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iConsole


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iOS 7 update

I have had to remove iConsole from the App Store, as Apple has removed the ability for apps to now read from the system console using the Apple System Library routines. I apologize for any inconvenience for those of you who used and liked iConsole, but unfortunately the circumstances surrounding its functionality and subsequent removal are of course quite beyond my sphere of influence.


iConsole allows you to see the errors, warnings, and notifications generated on your iOS device by the iOS system and by apps on your device that place messages onto the device console.

Once launched, iConsole users can e-mail either a single event or the entire event list. In addition, the user can copy an event to the clipboard and paste wherever on the device that they want to.

If you are a developer and your iOS app creates messages that you want users to be able to easily send to you, this app does the job perfectly. Just instruct your users to download and run iConsole, give them an e-mail address to send their event lists to, and you are all set.

On the other hand, if you are just curious to see what kind of system messages are created by using your device, the iConsole app will show you that as well without connecting your device to a running instance of Xcode.

Mobile software for people