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HockeyApp goes Azure to provide fabric.io and Cloud CI functionality

HockeyApp presents beta of Mobile Center.

Mobile Center is the next generation of HockeyApp. We are very excited about the much more comprehensive solution Mobile Center provides. The changes we are making to Teams helps to modernize HockeyApp into a similar pattern being used in Mobile Center and will allow us to provide a much smoother side by side experience between HockeyApp and Mobile Center. You can log in to Mobile Center today using your existing HockeyApp account and password to give it a try.

Mobile Center brings together multiple services, commonly used by mobile developers, into a single, integrated product. You can build, test, distribute, and monitor your mobile apps and easily add backend cloud services to scale your app to millions of users on demand.

Mobile Center seems to provide a mixture of fabric.io crashlytics and statistics plus a Cloud CI solution like Travis CI.

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