For Software Testers

Enter a new level of precision in software testing

Bugbattle automatically captures screenshots, replay videos and metadata for you, empowering you to send complete reports with every bug. Save time, make absolutely zero mistakes and test thoroughly.

Trusted by 200+ teams around the world

Perfect bug reports every time

Every bug report you send automatically contains all the technical information needed to fix it real fast: session data, console and network logs and you can also add custom data. Even better, all issues come with visual feedback including annotated screenshots and a 60 second replay video.

Save time and money

With Bugbattle you can save up to 50 % of your time allotted to testing. This way you can shift your focus from test documentation to testing itself, helping your team to ship better software faster.

No more emailing back and forth

If an engineer or you need to clarify information regarding a bug, you can do so directly in our bug tracker web dashboard. Respond to questions or feedback, receive notifications of updates, prioritize reports and track progress.

Features loved by software testers

Report bugs directly from your app or website

Simply shake your phone or click a button on your website to start the bug reporting flow. You won’t ever have to leave the app or website you’re working on.

Setup within seconds

Installing Bugbattle is super easy and takes less than a minute. Our documentation will safely guide you through the process. Give it a try.

Bug reporting on live and local environments

Bugbattle works on live and local hosts so you can easily carry out tests before your project is set live.

Seamless integration

Bugbattle works the way you do with integrations for all your favorite project management tools. Receive your reports exactly where you want them in real time.

Customer stories

“Bugbattle is the perfect tool for agencies to collect and manage feedback and issues. It makes projects go smoothly and clients love the shaking gesture to report bugs.”

Théo Hudry CEO,