App Monitoring Company Crittercism Raises $12 Million Led By Google Ventures
Crittercism is a company that helps you monitor mobile app performance. The company has raised $12 million in funding led by Google Ventures. Other investors that participated in this round include Shasta Ventures and Opus Capital. Wesley Chan of Google Ventures will be joining the board of directors.
On top of announcing the funding, Crittercism is launching a new service that will let mobile developers monitor cloud services and network performance.
Crittercism is used by companies like AT&T, Nike, Pinterest, NPR, and Netflix. Crittercism is used on over 500 million devices and in over 50 billion app sessions. The company will be using the funding to expand their executive and engineering teams.