Getting started is simple

  1. Grab the Sentry Cocoa SDK from Cocoapods:

    source ''
    platform :ios, '8.0'
    target 'YourApp' do
        pod 'Sentry'
  2. Configure your API key:

    Instructions for Objective-C
    @import Sentry;
    - (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application
      didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions
      SentryClient.sharedClient = [[SentryClient alloc] initWithDsn:@"your dsn" didFailWithError:nil];
      [SentryClient.sharedClient startCrashHandlerWithError:nil];
      return YES;
    Instructions for Swift
    import Sentry
    func application(
      application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions
      launchOptions: [NSObject: AnyObject]?) -> Bool
      Client.shared = try? Client(dsn: "your dsn")
      try? Client.shared?.startCrashHandler()
      return true

Sentry automatically captures crashes recorded on macOS, iOS, and tvOS.
View the Sentry for Cocoa documentation for more information.

Get iOS error monitoring with complete stack traces

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See details like function, filename, and line number so you never have to guess.

Reveal hidden context in Apple’s incomplete error data by automatically symbolicating unreadable symbols.

Handle iOS crashes with complete context using the React Native SDK while the Objective-C SDK runs in the background.

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Fill in the blanks about iOS errors

See what the app was doing when the iOS error occurred: every user action, view controller changes, custom breadcrumbs.

Record events even when devices are offline or in airplane mode, then send errors as soon as connection is regained.

See the full picture of any Cocoa exception See the full picture of any iOS exception

Record environment and state details to recreate bugs down to the device, iOS version, app version, free memory, and disk space.

Sentry’s tag distribution graph also makes it easy to isolate and prioritize any iOS error by seeing how often it occurs in context.

  • “How actionable is this error? Should I snooze the alert?”
  • “Has an error with the same stack occurred before?”
  • “Were they even close to catching the Aerodactyl?”
  • “Was the device an iPhone 3GS or an iPad Air?”
  • “Did they swipe left or swipe right?”

Resolve iOS errors with max efficiency, not max effort

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Improve workflow with a full view of releases so you can mark errors as resolved and prioritize live issues.

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Learn in which version a bug first appeared, merge duplicates, and know if things regress in a future release.

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Add commit data to automatically suggest an owner of each iOS error and instantly send deploy emails.

Security doesn’t cost extra

All accounts get the same high quality security features, regardless of plan.

  • Two-Factor Auth
  • Single Sign On support
  • Organization audit log

Learn more about Security

  • Privacy Shield certified
  • PII data scrubbing
  • SSL encryption

Learn more about Privacy

iOS debugging that looks nice, too Track errors while maintaining your dignity.

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Seriously though, stop hoping your users will report iOS bugs.

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