Twitter’s crash-reporting platform for Android and iOS is now available to OS X developers. In a blog post, Crashlytics co-founder Wayne Chang notes that like the mobile service, the desktop version will “seamlessly manage all your apps under one roof.”
The service creates detailed reports of mobile — and now desktop — app crashes via an online and desktop dashboard.
Acquired by Twitter in January 2013, Crashlytics is used by Twitter, Yelp, Vine, buffer, Path, Square and Yammer amongst others.
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