NightHawk – Debug iOS Apps Remotely From Your Browser – Pitch Your Startup

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Development costs for Apps are out of control, there is more work than developers. Over 1.2 million apps in App Store as of Jun 2014. Thats a lot of developers.

Hiring Developers is tough, small studios have trouble attracting talent, given the high failure rate, the ability to get the most out of your developer $ and iterate your apps is critical to success.

Again another app solving a real problem in a growing market with a viable solution.

Startup Name *


What problem are you solving?
Finding what caused a bug can be a nightmare. Especially with betatesters all around the world.
What is your solution? WithNighthawk you can get realtime information in realtime of what is going on in the devices of your users. Also communication is key, soNighthawk provides tools to take annotated screenshots or even open and handlegithub issues without leaving your app!Nighthawk is an iOS library and online service that lets you see what your users are doing in realtime, gather runtime information, know exactly what caused a bug, inspect complete hierarchies of views in 3D, make CoreData queries, improve your team communication by providing mechanisms to create and manage issues without leaving your app,… everything remotely and in realtime.
Why is this a great opportunity? Debug iOS apps remotely from your browser
Target Market Developers, Entrepreneurs developing iOS apps.
How will you make money? Subscriptions
Founders Names Alberto G, Denis
Website MobileNightHawk
What type of funding has the company received Bootstrapped/self funded


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