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The simplest App Debugger for iOS

Make iOS App Testing easier with just a few clicks

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Overlog

Convenient tool for iOS app testing and debugging

Quick setup <quick_setup”>
You can easily attach Overlog to iPhone and iPad apps. In just a few lines of code and a few of minutes, the debugging tool will be installed and ready to use!

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State of the art technology <state-of-the-art_technology”>
Overlog uses advanced, low-level public APIs to monitor the system console and the app’s console. It also uses our own ResponseDetective to keep an eye on the network traffic. You can use Overlog, or even ship it, without ever worrying about non-public APIs or app-wide hacks interfering with your code.

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Easy to use <easy_to_use”>
Once you add Overlog to your app, floating button will appear on the screen. After you click the button, a list of categories (e.g. "HTTP Traffic", "Console Logs") will be displayed. Choose any of them to see more details.

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Console decorator Your console logs right in the app
with Overlog, you can read your console logs – produced either by NSLog or Swift’s print – directly in the app! You will save time and money on reproducing bugs found by QA and testers, because they won’t need to attach any devices to Xcode.

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Network traffic decorator See your network traffic
Overlog monitors outgoing HTTP(S) requests and incoming responses, providing you with well-organized and clear list of all network traffic that your app generates. You can use this information to debug any API calls that your app makes and even share this data on a Slack channel directly from Overlog!

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Non-instrusive UI decorator Non-intrusive UI
Overlog consists of a minimalistic circular button that you can move around your screen and pin to the edge of it. You can configure the button so that it doesn’t cover any important UI elements. In addition, you can use the shake gesture to do away with it completely!

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Get Overlog for yourself

and add it to your application!

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