Simplify Your Debugging Experience

GapDebug is a comprehensive mobile debugging tool that bridges the gap left by other debugging options. Operating on both the Windows and Mac platforms, GapDebug allows debugging of hybrid mobile apps, such as PhoneGap and Cordova, on modern iOS and Android devices. And, GapDebug is always free for local debugging.

GapDebug + PhoneGap = Seamless App Tuning

Roundtrip mobile debugging powers your development. Perfect those stellar apps with ease using comprehensive app inspecting, debugging, and updating. Change how you view PhoneGap debugging for good.

  • Android & iOS as First-Class Stacks

    Integrated versions of the Safari Webkit Inspector for iOS debugging and Chrome Dev Tools for Android debugging.
  • Full Cross-Platform Support

    Get rich iOS and Android app debugging features on both Windows and Mac.
  • Drag and Drop App Installation

    Easily install application files onto your device using drag-and-drop technology. Connect your device, drag an app to it, and let the debugging begin!
  • Instant Debugging

    If an app closes during a debug session, return to your previous Inspector automatically when the app is restarted.
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It’s time for the next Genuitec GapDebug Twitter Chat #genuitecchat, and Bob’s ready!He is excited to answer your questions about using GapDebug for PhoneGap mobile app debugging today, March 25th, 10 am New York.You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to simplify your hybrid mobile app debugging experience. Yes, we’re serious!Please send your questions over to Bob … Read More

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The release of GapDebug 2015 Update 1.2 re-enables the app screencast feature and updated it to run on Android 5 (Lollipop). (Oops, we goofed last release and accidentally disabled this feature.) Recall that with app screencasting you can view and interact with an application’s user interface as if you are holding the device. The Android screencast feature displays … Read More

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By Wayne Parrott – Vice President Product Development “If debugging is the process of removing bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in.” – Edsger Dijkstra I can’t recall any team or dev processes I have worked with that provided direction and guidance for debugging practices and tools. This is such an oversight considering 50% of development … Read More

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