Twitter sells app-development platform on Google
Twitter has an app-development platform, Fabric, to Google sold. With Fabric discover developers errors in apps.
Fabric is part of the Developer Products division of Google, sign out of both Fabric as Google. It is not clear how much money Google for the acquisition pay.
Fabric was established in 2014 by Twitter was founded, and has since been used by over 580.000 developers used to information about 2.5 million devices to collect.
Analysis of apps
Apps of Fabric such as Crashlytics, Answers, and Fastlane by developers used to map out how often and why apps crash and how many users the apps have.
The developers of Fabric together with the Google Firebase team. Google division makes similar services to help app developers get an insight into the use of their apps. For Fabric customers, there is no change as yet nothing, says the company.
According to geruchte considered Google, in 2016, an acquisition of Twitter, just like Disney, and Salesforce. Google would eventually offer, and Twitter is not yet acquired.