Finotes v6.0.0 with frame rate tracking, App Hangs and Analytics is now public
Happy to announce the release of Finotes 6.0.0.
This version comes with new features like,
Ability to detect and report slow frames and frozen frames iOS & Android apps.
Ability to detect and report App Hangs in iOS and watchOS apps. Finotes is already capable of detecting ANR in Android apps.
Offline caching of unsynced bug reports.
In-depth analytics of reported bugs.
Tracking Slow frames & Frozen frames
Starting from version 6.0.0, Finotes is capable of detecting and reporting slow frames that takes more than 16ms to render along with frozen frames that takes more than 700ms to render.
The frame issues will be reported at activity level in case of Android apps and controller level in case of iOS. This feature is activated automatically.
Finotes already detects and reports ANRs and UI thread blocks in Android apps.
In iOS and watchOS apps UI thread blocks lasting for 250ms or more are termed as App Hangs. Finotes framework is now has the added capability to track and report Apps Hangs out of the box.
The stack-trace provided along with each issue report will enable developers to identify and fix the root cause of App Hangs. No additional code change required to enable this feature.
Offline caching of pending bug reports
In version 6.0.0, we have added the support for caching bug reports that fail to sync with dashboard. The cached bug reports will be re-synced with the dashboard when the network connectivity is restored.
Issues reported from Finotes version 6.0.0 and above comes with analytics data. Analytics data contains the total device count along with the percentage of devices affected with each issue type.
In detailed issue view, information of top devices and os versions from which the issue occurred will be available as well.
Finotes is available for both Objective-c and Swift based iOS and watchOS projects as a cocoa-pods dependency and as Gradle library for Java and Kotlin based Android projects.
Visit Finotes.com to signup for 14 days trial, if you have not already. Visit docs.finotes.com to explore the documentation.