Countly is an open source mobile analytics application, which helps in collecting the data regarding the usage of different applications from different mobile phones, and presents the same in a visual pattern, to give an idea about the trend, usage, and the behavior of the end user. This tool offers itself as a ‘utility’, in the real sense. Countly consists of three major components namely Android SDK, the Countly server along with front end, and the iOS SDK. By using this application, a developer can track the potential linking, usage, behavior, and reaction of different users towards different apps, and get a real-time feedback to develop better applications in future.
This tool helps in integrating touch gestures with the websites, so that the users can use these websites with much ease and comfort on any touch screen interface. This tool primarily makes use of jQuery, and works on all modern browsers.
iWebInspector behaves like a ‘bug-scanner, and helps in debugging web applications. This application mainly runs on iOS stimulators ie; either on iPhones or iPads.
This application inspects each tab/application opened on the web at any of the browsers such as Google Chrome, Safari etc.
Offering itself as a mockup builder, this tool helps a web developer to add different web elements like buttons, footers, forms, content etc, without incorporating those lengthy steps.
Moreover the implementation of this tool needs just a few clicks. The option of live preview and exportation of results on a single HTML file are also available to make this application even more useful and convenient.
This tool comes as a jQuery plug-in, and helps in furnishing the details regarding date and /or time. This plug-in has an extremely attractive interface and comes in engaging skins. Moreover, Mobiscroll is compatible with most of the operating systems such as Android, iOS, UI etc.