Improved Unity symbolication on Android

You can now get human readable stack traces from Unity library code on Android with our improved symbolication capabilities.

Upgrade to version 5.3.0 of the Bugsnag Android Gradle Plugin to automatically upload the new mappings when you build your app. See the docs for more details.

Introducing user stability analytics

Gain comprehensive insights into application health and user experience with the new user stability analytics for all mobile and web project types. You’ll need to upgrade your notifier to the latest version to see the user and session stability analytics in the Stability Center and the Releases dashboard.

Get started by reading our blog.

Set thresholds for automatic issue creation

We’ve released an enhancement to our issue tracker integration which allows you to set thresholds for automatic issue creation by specifying what frequency an error must reach before an issue is automatically created. This prevents new issues from being created for low priority errors with a few events.

Get started by reading our docs and find the new option in your issue tracker integration settings in Bugsnag.

Improve build performance with new version of our Android Gradle plugin

We’ve released a major version of our Android Gradle plugin (v5), which is used to upload mapping files and report build information when releasing a new version of your application. Upgrade to the new version of the plugin to significantly improve the build performance during development.

See the upgrade guide to get started.

Major version of React Native notifier

We've released a major version of our React Native notifier (v7), to use the Universal JavaScript codebase and provide a clearer, improved API along with reliability improvements and bug fixes.

See the React Native upgrade guide to get started.

Introducing support for Python ASGI applications

You can now use Bugsnag to manage the stability of your Python ASGI applications. ASGI is a successor to WSGI and provides a standard interface between async-capable Python web servers, frameworks, and applications.

Get started by reading our docs.

Gain deeper insights into the stability of mobile application releases

New graphs for release stability and adoption trends provide insights into the stability and adoption of each release over time, allowing you to better understand how and why the stability of a release is changing and compare it to previous releases.

You can see the new graphs in the Releases dashboard of your mobile projects.

New options for sharing an event

Quickly share an event with team members with two new sharing options at the top right of each event, including copying the event link and downloading the event.

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Streamline debugging with enhanced mobile device diagnostics

Now you can see the device model names for Android and iOS devices in addition to the model number, for example "Galaxy S10" instead of just "SM-G973F".

The model names are shown on the device tab when viewing an error, in summary and pivot tables, and you can also filter by them.

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Integrate with Bugsnag using Swift Package Manager

Bugsnag now supports Swift Package Manager, a tool used by iOS developers to manage the distribution of Swift code. Integrated with the Swift build system, it automates the process of downloading, compiling, and linking dependencies, so you can easily integrate Bugsnag with your application.

Get started by reading our docs.