Crittercism, a San Francisco, CA-based company operating a support platform that allows developers to diagnose mobile app crashes, has raised a round of seed funding of undisclosed amount.
Backers include Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Google Ventures, Opus Capital, Shasta Ventures, and AOL Ventures, as well as a group of domestic and international investors including early Facebook engineer Lucas Nealson.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its service across platforms beyond iOS.
Led by co-founder and CEO Andrew Levy, Crittercism provides a library that plugs into any application and connects to a SAAS platform for application monitoring and support. The offering prioritizes critical bugs occurring on devices in the wild, and creates a direct communication channel between mobile companies and their users. The company’s iOS library, which has been in beta, is now available to all mobile application developers. The Android SDK is now available for limited release.