Service Lets Users Report Software Bugs Without Extra Effort

Service Lets Users Report Software Bugs Without Extra Effort
Design

This reporting tool allows users to send detailed information about the bugs they encounter in apps with a gesture as simple as shaking the phone

Catherine Ollinger
  • 12 february 2018

Developers Dan DeCovnick and Dave Schukin created a crowdsourced feedback app that allows users to report software issues on their smartphones as they occur. The advantage of this type of reporting is that it is contextualized: It provides all the necessary information—like operating system, network type and capture logs—to fix the problem more efficiently.

Software developers simply embed the Buglife SDK into their app, which allows users to shake the phone or take a screenshot to report any bugs they encounter.

Buglife

Developers Dan DeCovnick and Dave Schukin created a crowdsourced feedback app that allows users to report software issues on their smartphones as they occur. The advantage of this type of reporting is that it is contextualized: It provides all the necessary information—like operating system, network type and capture logs—to fix the problem more efficiently.

+apps
+mobile
+Mobile
+technology
+UX

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