Application Stability Index: Are your apps healthy?

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    In today’s digital world, app stability is more important than ever. In a recent study of 2,500 top mobile and web apps, Bugsnag compared the stability scores of various apps segmented by app-type, development platform, and engineering team size. The Application Stability Index report tells app developers what you should know about the relationship between app health, business growth, and developer experience, and the state of application stability.

    Application Stability Index: Are your apps healthy?

    2:26 min

    In today’s digital world, app stability is more important than ever. In a recent study of 2,500 top mobile and web apps, Bugsnag compared the stability scores of various apps segmented by app-type, development platform, and engineering team size. The Application Stability Index report tells app developers what you should know about the relationship between app health, business growth, and developer experience, and the state of application stability.

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    In today’s digital world, app stability is more important than ever. Did you know that one out of every two-hundred-and-fifty customers experience a completely broken app? Did you also know that after experiencing two crashes, 84% of users abandon an app altogether?

    In a recent study of 25-hundred top mobile and web apps, Bugsnag compared the stability scores of various apps segmented by app-type, development platform, and engineering team size. What is an application stability score? It’s the calculation of how many successful or “crash-free” sessions an app has over a period of time. It tells us how healthy our apps are, giving us insight into how healthy our businesses are. Do they achieve the “five-nines” of stability?

    So what trends did the research find? It found that the median application stability of mobile apps is 99.63%, while the median application stability of web apps is 99.39%. It also found that for mobile, native apps have a higher median stability score than non-native apps... But between Android and iOS... one has a higher median stability score than the other! As for web, Ember apps have the highest median stability score compared to apps built in other web development platforms. Second place? React apps.

    The data also revealed that the relationship between app stability and engineering-team-size is directly proportional... up to a certain point. According to the data, the highest median stability comes from apps built by teams of 51-100 engineers. After that... stability starts dipping. 

    What does this say about the relationship between app health, business growth, and developer experience? And what does this research tell us about the state of application stability? Apps crash more than we think. Mobile apps are falling short, and we can do a lot better to improve application health and provide better user experiences.

    Discover more findings in the Application Stability Index report, and compare the stability of your apps to industry peers. The Application Stability Index report, presented by Bugsnag. Visit bugsnag.com for a free download today.

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    In today’s digital world, app stability is more important than ever. In a recent study of 2,500 top mobile and web apps, Bugsnag compared the stability scores of various apps segmented by app-type, development platform, and engineering team size. The Application Stability Index report tells app developers what you should know about the relationship between app health, business growth, and developer experience, and the state of application stability.

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    In today’s digital world, app stability is more important than ever. In a recent study of 2,500 top mobile and web apps, Bugsnag compared the stability scores of various apps segmented by app-type, development platform, and engineering team size. The Application Stability Index report tells app developers what you should know about the relationship between app health, business growth, and developer experience, and the state of application stability.

    Application Stability Index: Are your apps healthy?

    2:26 min

    In today’s digital world, app stability is more important than ever. In a recent study of 2,500 top mobile and web apps, Bugsnag compared the stability scores of various apps segmented by app-type, development platform, and engineering team size. The Application Stability Index report tells app developers what you should know about the relationship between app health, business growth, and developer experience, and the state of application stability.

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    In today’s digital world, app stability is more important than ever. In a recent study of 2,500 top mobile and web apps, Bugsnag compared the stability scores of various apps segmented by app-type, development platform, and engineering team size. The Application Stability Index report tells app developers what you should know about the relationship between app health, business growth, and developer experience, and the state of application stability.

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