This article discusses software internally used by Apple.
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|Original author(s)||Apple Inc.|
(latest known version)
Tap-to-Radar is a Radar counterpart that offers a more quick and easy approach to bug reporting. Unlike Radar, Tap-to-Radar will automatically detect problems when it thinks something has gone wrong, before notifying the user via a pop-up which allows for a bug report to be submitted right then and there. Tap-to-Radar appears to be the internal version of Apple's public bug reporting system called Bug Report, as it shares an identical icon. It's believed that Tap-to-Radar was introduced in the iOS 13.0 InternalUI build, as it had never been publicly spotted before. Tap-to-Radar also seems to require some extra PrivateFrameworks from the iOS 13.0 InternalUI build in order to function properly, as just side loading the app will cause it to crash and reboot the device upon launch.