The ‘Bugs’ Are Out at Google I/O
On Wednesday, BugSense – creators of a leading mobile app monitoring solution – announced that the company will be participating at Google’s I/O developer conference this week.
BugSense says it will demo its Mobile App Quality monitoring at the Developer Sandbox, where a select group of innovators are invited to showcase solutions based on Google I/O-featured technologies.
Team BugSense will be on hand to give demos, discuss how the company keeps mobile moving, answer questions and exchange ideas. This marks BugSense’s third appearance at Google I/O.
To coincide with Google I/O, BugSense has unveiled a live infographic at that highlights Android app errors and crashes around the world in real-time. You can check it out here.
“Google I/O is an important event for us from both sentimental and business perspectives,” BugSense CEO/Co-Founder Panos Papadopoulos explains. “BugSense was soft-launched at Google I/O 2011. Two years later, being here represents how far we have come with the help of the Android community and how far we can take them by helping make their mobile apps better. In the two years since launching here, we have exceeded our roadplan and continue to work hard to help our customers deliver a better mobile experience.”