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New Relic Releases Android App for Real-Time Data and Alerting On the Go

New Offering Now Expands New Relic Solution to the Two Most Popular Mobile Device Platforms

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/27/14 -- New Relic, Inc., a software analytics company, today announced the availability of its app for Android phones, giving New Relic customers the choice of the two most popular mobile device platforms to access their real-time performance data and critical problem alerts on the go. Last year, New Relic announced the New Relic iOS application for Apple iPhone and iPad. New Relic's apps for mobile devices give customers access to all the data they monitor through New Relic's suite of software analytics products, including in-depth data and insights for mobile and web applications, end user satisfaction, browser and server performance.

Since New Relic introduced the iOS app last year, approximately 17 percent of New Relic customers use the iOS app, resulting in more than 250,000 alerts being pushed out daily. These push notifications enable customers to track warnings and critical problems in their applications directly on their mobile devices. They can also view all New Relic standard metrics, from app server and browser metrics to mobile app data and key business transactions. Data is displayed through charts and graphs, including page view timing details, end-user satisfaction ratings, HTTP response times and error rates and more.

With the official New Relic Android app customers can access:

  • Push notifications for application performance and availability problems
  • Real-time and historical data for their entire application stack, including:
    • Browser and server-side applications
    • Native mobile apps
    • Servers (resource utilization data for CPU, memory, disk and network)
  • End user satisfaction ratings (New Relic Apdex)
  • Performance of key business transactions
  • Event notifications (code deployments, collaboration notes, etc.) and app errors

New Relic apps for iOS and Android support:

  • New Relic APM
  • New Relic Browser
  • New Relic Mobile
  • New Relic Servers
  • New Relic Platform (iOS only)

Supporting Quote
"Real-time data about your software can be even more powerful if it is sent directly to your mobile device, enabling you to take action wherever you are. The New Relic Android app provides the same critical data and charts that customers already depend on with New Relic and effectively tailors them to the capabilities and form-factor of a mobile device. Android lovers can receive and acknowledge alerts, troubleshoot production software problems and collaborate with their teammates -- whether they're at their desks or on the go."
-- Bill Hodak, senior director of product marketing, New Relic

Online Resources:

  • For more information and background on our new Android app, check out the video and the blog here.
  • Click here to download the app.

About New Relic
New Relic is a software analytics company that makes sense of billions of data points about millions of applications in real time. Our comprehensive SaaS-based solution provides one powerful interface for web and native mobile applications and consolidates the performance monitoring data for any chosen technology in your environment. We have over 200,000 users that utilize our cloud solution to analyze more than 200 billion data points across more than three million applications. When your brand and customer experience depend on the performance of modern software, New Relic provides insight into your overall environment. Learn more at http://newrelic.com.

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