Crashlytics, a crash-reporting tool designed to help mobile app developers for both iOS and Android, announced in a blog post today that it is being acquired by Twitter.
The Crashlytics blog states “With today’s announcement, much will remain the same. Development of Crashlytics will continue unabated and we remain dedicated to working with all of our customers – current and new, big and small – to deliver the key app performance insights they need. Going forward, we’re thrilled to work with the incredible team at Twitter. We share a passion for innovating on mobile and building world-class applications. Joining forces will accelerate our build-out, allowing us to leverage Twitter’s infrastructure to deliver new features faster than ever.”
Crashlytics was founded in 2011 by serial entrepreneur Wayne Chang and recent Stanford graduate Jeff Seibert. Their customers include Twitter itself, Vine (which is now part of Twitter), Square, Yelp, Kayak, TaskRabbit and Waze. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.