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Two months after its launch as a stand-alone kit, Answers is now available for OS X Apps. So if you’re looking for the same insights you would normally get on your mobile apps, this spinoff of Crashlytics now delivers.
Users will have access to new data points about how their OS X apps are performing, including Daily Active User (DAU) numbers in real time. For those who are more partial to the whole Crashlytics suite, everything is fully integrated so you can see critical metrics alongside crash data from a single dashboard.
Additionally, the tool now supports tvOS in beta. Those who sign up for the early access beta will be able to see just how much insight they can get on their app for Apple TV.
Mac support is available now in an update, but you’ll need to apply for access to the tvOS beta.
➤ Introducing Answers for OS X and tvOS (beta) [Answers]
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