Microsoft’s crash analytics and reporting tool HockeyApp now available on Android, might be coming to iOS soon

Dennis Bednarz

HockeyApp, a crash and usage analytics service acquired by Microsoft in 2014, has just appeared in the Google Play Store, as reported by With MSFT. The app has a mysterious “unreleased” tag next to it, which means it probably is for internal testing, which doesn’t stop us from wanting to try it out.

The app features a Material Design and is available for everyone to download. If you have an Android-powered device that is. The app isn’t currently available on either iOS or Windows phones. However, the screenshots of the app suggest a possible iOS version of the tool.

HockeyApp allows developers to view app crash reports and analytics as they happen, leading to quicker resolution times and meaning that users don’t need to report crashes, as the developers already have them available via the HockeyApp website, but now they’ll also be able to access the same information via an app.

Other than that, the app doesn’t seem to bring anything unusual or new compared to the website. While we wait for Microsoft to comment on or announce this app, you can go ahead and download it from the link below:

The app was not found in the store. 🙁