Buglife iOS is written entirely in Objective-C, meaning it can be used in Obj-C, Swift, and mixed Obj-C/Swift projects.
Buglife Android is written in Java, and can be used in both Java & Kotlin projects.
Buglife React Native is a wrapper around Buglife iOS + Buglife Android, for use in React Native projects.
Nope! You can use the Buglife SDK in your app without signing up, for free, for as long as you want. Download the SDK from GitHuband and start using it in your app today!
Creating a Buglife account allows you to set up advanced 3rd-party integrations, as well as invite team members to collaborate on the Buglife dashboard. An account is also required for certain advanced features, such as QA Mode, which are toggled on/off from the web dashboard. Sign up for free!
The SDK package that we release includes slices for arm7, arm7s and arm64, as well as corresponding slices for Bitcode. This gives the appearance of the SDK having a very large size impact.
However, the final size overhead on your IPA will be only ~2 MB, even with the most basic optimizations enabled. And with App Thinning, the overhead on your app's download size will be even smaller.
Yes! In fact, most of our customers use Buglife in App Store builds to collect customer feedback.
Yes! Check out react-native-buglife, our React Native wrapper for Buglife.