Get to know more about Instabug and how it helps mobile teams connect with users, iterate faster, and release with confidence through real-time contextual insights.
Instabug is providing in-app feedback and bug reporting to mobile apps. It provides a seamless way for two-way communication with users, while providing detailed environment report for developers.
It starts with the mobile app developer integrating our SDK into the app in a process that takes less than a minute to be done. Then whenever a user wants to send a feedback, all they need to do is shake the device to get our feedback form that includes a screenshot of the app that can be annotated to highlight the part relevant to the feedback. As soon as the user presses the submit button, the developer is notified instantly with a full environment report to check it. The developer can collaborate with the rest of the team on fixing the bugs reported by tagging, commenting, or assigning them. Instabug also integrates with other bug tracking and project management tools that you can select to have your bugs forwarded there. And finally, you can use Instabug to communicate back to the user who reported the bug that the bug has been resolved.
We offer several other gestures out of the box to choose from; the shake, the screenshot (lock+home), right-edge swipe and a floating button. You can also code your own gesture or have a button in your app that invokes our SDK. Check our documentation page for more details.
Our SDK grabs each and every single detail that helps developers trace their bugs easily: Device model & iOS version, memory & storage details, carrier & WiFi, battery details, app version & build number, user location & duration of using the app, the app's console log, and the detailed user steps that the user did before reporting the bug.
As of now, we integrate with: Jira, GitHub, Asana, Basecamp, Codebase, Slack, Zendesk and many more. We continuously add support for more tools, so let us know if you want to integrate with any other tool. Check all integrations here.
We've made sure that the SDK runs with minimal footprint, using the least memory and processing power inorder not to affect your app in anyway. Hence, while Instabug is running in the background, it consumes negligible memory and processing power.
The iOS SDK is a static library, which means that the SDK is in a precompiled format, and gets linked at compile time while building the app. The size of the SDK itself varies every version, but the overhead size in your final app is around 1MB.
Yes, actually most our users use Instabug to communicate with their users.
When you first sign up, you'll automatically get a 14-days free trial on our Essential package and after that you'll choose which packages you want to continue using. Check our pricing for more details.
We have a special offer for you! Sign up for our Startup Discount and get a discount on all our paid plans. This discount is available for any company that meets the discount criteria.
Non-profits and open source projects are also qualified for the discount regardless the funding and business time. Apply for the startup discount now here.