We’re excited to share that Bugsnag now provides deeper insights into the stability of your mobile application releases. New graphs in the Releases dashboard for stability and adoption over time build upon the existing release analytics and insights in Bugsnag, including the stability score, stability targets, and adoption indicator.
Whereas the existing analytics per release provide insights into the health of each release over its lifetime, it is also valuable to understand how the stability of each release has changed over time and compare it to other releases alongside adoption data.
Let’s dive into how these new insights can help you manage the stability of your applications.
You can now see the stability and adoption trends of each release in one place. This is especially useful for engineers that may not have access to release adoption data in Google Play Console or App Store Connect.
Seeing the stability trends of each release alongside adoption trends allows you to make data-driven decisions such as rolling out a release to a larger percentage of users once it meets your stability standards.
The graphs also help you better understand what is happening with your releases. You can answer questions such as:
For example, during the recent Facebook SDK outages, developers working on the iOS apps that saw a spike in crashes as a result of the outage would be able to see in Bugsnag that the stability dropped significantly on May 6 and July 9 and then recovered to pre-outage levels once the issue was resolved by Facebook.
Deeper insights into your releases can help you better understand the health of every release over time and make data-driven decisions about managing the stability of your mobile application.
Release stability insights, including the latest stability and adoption trends graphs, are available in Bugsnag’s Standard and Enterprise plans.
Existing customers can see the new graphs in the Releases dashboard of their mobile projects today. You’ll notice that only top releases are shown in the graph -- used by more than 5% of sessions in any single day in the past 30 days, or more than 0.1% of sessions today for recent releases. Please contact Support if you have any questions or feedback.
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