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Track & debug bugs in record time.

Real-time error reporting

iOS errors are tracked by Rollbar instantly as they occur. Get notified of errors and how to fix them throughout the software development process.

Similar errors are automatically grouped using Rollbar's fingerprinting technology to reduce noise, and all errors include detailed data to help you assess impact and assign priority.

Error details & metadata

Rollbar automatically collects all the data you need to replicate and debug an error, presented in ways optimized for debugging speed.

Works with iOS Symbolications.

Get stack traces, request parameters, local variables, affected users and IP addresses, browsers and OSes, deployed code versions, and more.

Telemetry for faster debugging

With Telemetry, you can debug client-side iOS errors faster. It works like a black box recorder, but for errors.

Get a timeline of browser events leading up to the error, including page loads, user actions, network activity, console logs, and more.

Works with your stack

Rollbar supports all popular languages and frameworks.

Fits into your workflow

Integrations with tools you're already using.

If my Mean Time To Discovery is based on a customer support ticket, I’ve failed. Rollbar allows us to be ahead of our customers and fix issues before they know something is wrong.

Tyler WellsDirector of Engineering

Quick setup with our lightweight & open source SDK

Objective-C library for crash reporting and logging with Rollbar.

Crashes will be saved to disk when they occur, then reported to Rollbar the next time the app is launched.

Rollbar uses KSCrash to capture uncaught exceptions and fatal signals. Note that only one crash reporter can be active per app. If you initialize multiple crash reporters (i.e. Rollbar alongside other services), only the last one initialized will be active.

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Apple will generate new dSYMs for Bitcode enabled builds that have been released to the iTunes store or submitted to TestFlight. You'll need to download the new dSYMs from Xcode and then upload them to Rollbar so that crashes can be symbolicated.

Finally, upload the dSYM to Rollbar via your project's dSYM settings page...