Crashlytics has announced that its Crashlytics Enterprise product is now free for all users. The reporting platform allows developers to integrate crash and performance reporting into their apps and the enterprise solution offers more metrics and workflow integration than the standard product.

Essentially, Crashlytics is rolling the enterprise features into the regular Crashlytics product. Where the old product charged for usage based on limits, there are now no longer any limits on active users, disk space or API calls. Developers can add as many dev seats and apps as you need. Crashlytics co-founder Wayne Chang says that all new Crashlytics accounts will be automatically upgraded and that all existing users have already been transitioned.

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Crashlytics was acquired by Twitter about a month ago, and at the time the company said that it would continue working on its crash reporting system for apps.

It seems likely that the expansion of its enterprise service comes as a result of its relationship with Twitter and the increased resources that it has available to it. This is also a fairly big gauntlet thrown into the crash reporting ring, with apps like Crittercism, HockeyApp, TestFlight and BugSense still largely offering paid tiers.

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