Pretty neat, isn’t it? Let’s see what all it has to offer.
Plus, Muscula can translate messages from 34 different languages into English, so localization is not going to be a concern either.
Muscula works with multiple devices and browsers, and once you insert its code on your website, no matter what device your visitors are using — mobile, tablet or desktop — Muscula will monitor it all. There is support for source maps and HTTPS encryption too.
And what about reports and debugging? You can find detailed logs of all errors in your Muscula account’s dashboard, grouped and filtered for easy access and comprehension.
Regarding pricing, Muscula has just one single plan. Costing $14 per month, Muscula allows you to monitor and log up to 1,000,000 errors per month — this can be distributed across unlimited websites or restricted to just one website, as per your needs.
The premium plan comes with email notifications and email-based support. If you need to try before you buy, there is a 30-day free trial period that you can make use of to try Muscula before deciding to go ahead with the purchase.
So, is Muscula worth the investment?
Therefore, Muscula can help you improve your web development workflow and online business manifolds, by keeping you informed and updated about errors as and when they occur.
Disclaimer: This article is sponsored by Muscula. They did not take any influence as to what we wrote, however.
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