This article provides additional information related to the installation of Fiddler Everywhere and lists the available options for logging into the tool and updating it.
To get up and running with Fiddler Everywhere, refer to the step-by-step tutorials:
As Fiddler Everywhere is a cross-platform web-debugging proxy available for Windows, macOS, and Linux, you need to follow the respective approach for installing the tool:
The installation options of Fiddler Everywhere for each platform are part of the getting started step-by-step tutorials:
Signing in is mandatory for both commercial and trial Fiddler Everywhere users. To sign up to Fiddler Everywhere, you can use a Telerik account or use an existing Google account.
To create a Fiddler account, refer to the following getting started step-by-step tutorials, which provide detailed instructions on the topic:
To directly sign in with your Google account, perform the following steps:
Launch the Fiddler Everywhere client.
Followm the Sign in link. You will land on the unified Telerik login form.
From the unified Telerik login form, select Sign in with Google and authenticate on the Google Authentication page.
After you successfully sign up, choose whether you want to become a trial user or purchase a subscription plan by selecting either the Start Free Trial or the BUY NOW link.
Fiddler Everywhere versions 1.1.0 and later support predefined OS proxy settings for direct Internet access. If your system accesses the Internet through a predefined proxy, ensure you have the latest version of Fiddler Everywhere.
To update Fiddler Everywhere to its latest version:
Start Fiddler Everywhere.
From the main menu, choose Help > Check for Update. If a later version is available, a notification will ask you to confirm that you want to download and install it.
Fiddler Everywhere will restart and automatically update to the latest version.