If you’re a mobile app developer, you know the challenges of getting your app to market. With over 1.5 million available apps in the Apple App Store and Google Play alone, the competition for user adoption is fierce. The difference between a successful app and one that fails can come down to speed to market, application performance and a high quality user experience.
You need a way to have actionable insight into the performance of your apps. With multiple points of possible failure, whether deep within the application code, in the mobile device itself, or in calls to third party APIs such as Facebook, PayPal and Twitter, you can only guess at the quality of the user experience and the precise location of performance bottlenecks.
New Relic for Mobile Apps changes that by providing real-time performance data for your native iOS and Android mobile applications so you have in-depth insight into real users, sessions and finger swipes as they happen.
With New Relic for Native Mobile Apps, you can:
- Gain visibility into the health of your native mobile apps
- Provide faster, more reliable apps to your customers
- Constantly monitor the health of services that your app depends on for its success
- Get detailed network and web server level error analysis
New Relic for Mobile Apps is deeply integrated with New Relic for web and mobile browser applications. It shares the same one-screen view, allowing you to monitor software no matter where it’s running in an app server, browser or mobile device.
For a limited time, you can try New Relic for Mobile Apps Enterprise free for 30 days. If you’re already using New Relic for web apps you already have New Relic for Mobile Apps. Just log in to your New Relic account and click on the new Mobile tab to get started. Once the trial is over, you’ll get New Relic for Mobile Apps Standard, for unlimited apps and users, free through our long-standing partnership. It takes just a few minutes to sign up and deploy the New Relic Mobile SDK into you application. You’ll quickly start seeing data and wonder how you ever got by without it.