AppSpector News: Flutter and Encryption

AppSpector News: Flutter and Encryption


We are thrilled to announce that AppSpector now supports the Flutter platform. We've been working hard to integrate our SDK into the Flutter framework and make it work on iOS and Android devices. You can learn more about the integration process on the AppSpector Flutter plugin page.

NSUserDefaults Monitor

With the latest AppSpector SDK for iOS, you can browse and edit data stored in NSUserDefaults. Many users requested it, and now you can debug the most popular iOS database with AppSpector.

SharedPreferences Monitor

With the latest SDK for Android, you can do the same for SharedPreferences. Quickly browse and edit data stored in SharedPreferences. All remotely and in real-time.

The Desktop app and End-to-End encryption

We are preparing to launch the beta version of our desktop app. One of the main features of the desktop app is end-to-end encryption. We've been working on encryption architecture that would protect your data for almost a year using state-of-the-art encryption algorithms. If you want to be one of the first to try it, ping us on our slack channel.

If you have any feedback or issues, you can reach us by email, slack, or Twitter.

Remote debugging for ios and android apps

About Us

AppSpector is remote debugging and introspection tool for iOS and Android applications. With AppSpector you can debug your app running in the same room or on another continent. You can measure app performance, view CoreData and SQLite content, logs, network requests and many more in realtime. Just like you we have been struggling for years trying to find stupid mistakes and dreaming of a better native tools, finally we decided to build them. This is the instrument that you’ve been looking for.