Symbolicate Mac & iOS Crash Reports. No need to search for archives obscure files, it will. Install XCode's command line tools, drag and drop your crash report onto Sumbolon and fix bugs. It really is that simple. Get our introductory pricing now...

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Track down the culprit


Organise reports

For Mac & iOS

Apple agnostic


Tech specs and details


You've been sent a crash report, downloaded it from iTunes connect or Test Flight. It doesn't tell you where in your code the problem was. Now what?

Google. Find some solutions. Try a few out. One suggestion says put this file there, the other says never do that.

Stop wasting time trying to make sense out of your crash reports, and just drag and drop them onto Sumbolon.

It knows where XCode put the archives. It can read the report. It's programmed to know how to turn this.crash + 100 into [happy because:@"I'm"] RWEGettingHomeOnTime.m - Line 210.

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When you drop your crash report onto Sumbolon it gives it a name, and keeps it safe.

Access all your crash logs by the version of the app they impacted.

Rename them to mean something to you, delete them when you're done.

It really doesn't need to be hard.

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For Mac & iOS

It symbolicates stack traces.

It organises crash reports.

It doesn't care if it was a MacBook Pro or an iPad Mini the app was running on.

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Key Features

  • Automatically finds and indexes your archives
  • Drag & Drop crash reports and they will be symbolicated
  • Crash reports organised under the apps they occurred in.
  • Symbolicates Mac and iOS crash reports
  • It really is that easy.


  • Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8)
  • XCode Command Line Tools installed

Customers Say...

" I found the customer's bug (thanks to Sumbolon) and have fixed it for them already…you saved me SOOOOOO much time!'" Nathan Toone, K9 Web Protection

"@rougeExciter Just bought Sumbolon and it's already paid for itself. Found through link on Stack Overflow - amazing work!"
Peter Nelson, Mixture Co-founder

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Release Notes

Sumbolon 1.0.5 - September 23, 2013

• Improved 32-bit application handing

• Added work around for Spotlight defect that can stop archives being found

Sumbolon 1.0.4 - July 02, 2013

  • Adds a 7 day trial period
  • Further improvements to command line application symbolification

Sumbolon 1.0.3 - May 23, 2013

  • Improved support for Command Line applications
  • Improved parsing of C++ symbolicated results
  • Fixed a defect where failure to parse a file could cause the application to hang

Sumbolon 1.0.0 - May 17, 2013

Initial release!