According to a report from Kleiner Perkins, 15% of all Internet traffic, including 1.5 billion users worldwide, are from mobile applications. The performance of mobile apps is a high priority and very important to companies' revenue and the end-users that use them. AppDynamics offers end-user monitoring for mobile applications, providing new insights into the performance of your apps.
Fix performance problems before they hit additional mobile users
Monitor your mobile apps with a single pane of glass
Analyze data by device type, platform and even performance by region
Monitoring your mobile apps with our Mobile Application Monitoring solution, supporting iOS and Android, has never been more simple. By adding mobile monitoring, AppDynamics is now a full application performance management solution, optimizing the end-to-end performance of websites and mobile applications. It also delivers crash reporting, device analytics and network request instrumentation, which helps businesses find and fix problems down to their source—whether it's the application network, server, code, or device.
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"We were previously using New Relic to monitor our applications, but it just wasn't giving us everything we needed...We really needed an APM that would offer better visibility and provide richer functionality."
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