It seems to be the popular, in vogue branding fad right now. I’ve seen Foursquare do it. I’ve seen the HipChat guys sport theirs. So I figured why not join in the Japan-o-philia fun and make a Japanese version of the Crittercism logo. Think of it as a hopeful global expansion goal. I mean, hey, we’re already working on internationalizing the library so why not. Plus it’s mad fun playing with new characters.
ALSO it was Rob’s and Andrew’s birthdays this past week. Two co-founders with birthdays a day apart? It was a match made in heaven. Clearly.
(Aww, look at em nerding out during our AngelPad days)
Things are a-hopping at what we now fondly call Critter Labs. If you’d like to come by and help us test new features, give us a shout.
Posted by Jeeyun on July 29, 2011
We have a special announcement at MobileBeat 2011:
We’re happy to announce that we’ve raised funding from Kleiner Perkins, Google Ventures, Opus Capital, Shasta Ventures, and AOL Ventures. In addition, our iOS support infrastructure is out of beta, and now freely available to mobile application developers. Press Release
(Congrats to our good friends at Astrid as well!)
Our Android library is also in private beta; contact us to request access. If you sign up now you get 6 weeks of our Premium tier for free! This includes access to real-time crashing reporting and advanced communication tools. You’ll be able to reach out to users who reported a bug or asked a question, and given access to diagnostic tools to debug their support requests. You’ll be able to improve your user retention, increase sales, and gather feedback from your users.
We’d also like to take the time to thank all of our beta users. You’re feedback has been extremely valuable and helped us to shape a great product! To thank all of you, our beta users will receive additional free service.
More to come…
You can follow conference updates on Twitter via #MBconf.
Posted by Jeeyun on July 12, 2011
After a serious, no holds bar 24 hours of hacking at the muther of all hackathons, we awarded Ronald Mannak, co-founder of Air Guitar Move with one of our three prizes and 6 months of free crash reporting and feedback. Congrats Ronald!
We won an ipad from decarta for our app, “Kevin Foot”, but unfortunately we couldn’t accept it because we were sponsors of the event
Posted by Jeeyun on July 1, 2011