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Embrace is a performance monitoring and debugging platform built for mobile apps. It helps mobile teams to instantly look up any user, see every user’s sessions on command, and understand what happened seconds and minutes before any error of any type. Embrace is a mobile platform that takes a user-centric approach required by mobile apps to identify and solve bugs.

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2019)96

Embrace Financials and Metrics

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Embrace's latest funding round in April 2019 was reported to be $4.5 m. In total, Embrace has raised $7 m
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Is your Mobile Attribution Vendor Stable? See how they stack up

Given that almost every app depends on an attribution vendor, we compared five of the largest for error rates to help all app developers better understand on which attribution vendor to rely. The five vendors are Braze (formerly known as AppBoy), AppsFlyer, Branch (aka Tune), Adjust, and Kochava.

How to think about Out-of-Memory (OOMs)

In mobile, "OOM" has become a generic term to connote any time an app closes that is not a crash or force termination. Embrace found a true "OOM" correlates to memory usage AND how often and long the CPU is pegged.

Your users complain of “crashes”. The real reasons your users are frustrated and not coming back.

Your users complain of “crashes”. Discover the real reasons your users are frustrated and not coming back. Use clues like Views, Activities, User Terminations, and correlations of event data

Improve Your eCommerce Purchase Funnel in 3 Steps

You can find hundreds of blogs and websites that will tell you how important it is to make your app’s conversion funnel as smooth as possible. The most often cited cause of friction is technical issues that users have with your app.

What the advent of 5G means for all mobile apps, not just gaming

5G is going to disrupt the markets for mobile apps, AR and VR. Find out how

Why you should monitor network calls from the point-of-view of your mobile user and not your server

Why you need a mobile-first networking strategy : A mobile-first APM, measures each end-point by how the mobile users' experience the app, and errors and issues are uncovered that cannot be detected from the server-side.
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Embrace Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Embrace founded?

    Embrace was founded in 2016.

  • How many employees does Embrace have?

    Embrace has 96 employees.

  • Who are Embrace competitors?

    Competitors of Embrace include Gitlab, ironSource and BonitaSoft.