CrashSight is an issue, feature, and bug tracking program for solo developers that allows you to track issues by project and link related issues together. CrashSight also tracks issue counts and provides a time history of resolved and open issues.
Issues can be categorized by
- project version
- creation date
- modification date
* Improved drag-n-drop and copy/paste support
* Can now duplicate issues and projects
* Added a contextual menu for projects and issues
* Added "retina" graphics
* Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Exactly what I Needed
First off, let me be clear - this is not a solution for team based development. It is designed for solo developers. One developer, keeping track of issues locally on their own machine. Obviously this is a major limitation, but if you are a solo developer like me, then this is a robust and cost effective solution.
I have been using it for a couple of years now on numerous projects and it has never let me down.
It dawned on me just a moment ago that I have been thrashing this thing for ages and never had a problem with it, so figured I should throw some good vibes the developer’s way with a good review.
Nice work and thanks!
Good but is it supported anymore?
Like others have said, this is a decent, local bug tracking solution. It can still benefit from some modest enhancements and/or customizations. However, it hasn't been updated since 2012 and when you go to their support site, it hasn't had activity since 2012 either (other than some recents posts by me sans reply/feedback). So be aware of this; it may be an orphaned/abandoned project.
Definitely a nice app
Like a lot of people, I was looking for something for home use that wasn’t web based or designed for more than one user. Many of the other applications I tried either had strange interfaces or were localized web based and I did not want to have to install php and mySql for something so simple.
The one thing I’d like to see is the ability to turn columns on and off in the view. If it’s there, I could not find it, and I spent some time looking for it. Other than that, no complaints!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.