Crashlytics Raises $1M in Seed Funding

Published On October 13, 2011 |

Crashlytics, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based provider of crash-reporting solutions to mobile developers, has raised $1m in seed funding.

The round was led by Flybridge Capital Partners and Baseline Ventures, with participation from angel investors David Chang (COO at Where), Lars Albright (cofounder of Quattro, now Apple iAds), Chris Sheehan (Managing Partner at CommonAngels), Ty Danco (Founder, eSecLending and FX Aligned), Jennifer Lum (former VP at Quattro, now Apple iAds), Roy Rodenstein (founder of Going.com and a former Director of Business Planning at AOL), Joe Caruso (Managing Partner at Bantam Group), and others.

Crashlytics, which is currently in beta, provides mobile developers with a crash solution that gives  real-time, detailed diagnostics about every issue, including the exact line number of code that the app crashed on.

Founded by serial entrepreneurs Jeff Seibert and Wayne Chang, the company initially supports iOS, including iOS 5, with Android service in development.

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13/10/2011

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