Omnibug was released in July 2008 by Ross Simpson for Firefox. Omnibug was built as an extension to the then-widely popular Firefox add-on Firebug, as the Firefox developer tools did not exist at the time. It was originally built to debug Omniture SiteCatalyst, now Adobe Analytics, network calls. The name originates from these tools, "Omniture SiteCatalyst" and "Firebug".
Omnibug is an extension for Firefox and most Chromium-based browsers to ease implementing and debugging digital marketing tools. It is currently maintained by Philip Lawrence, with help from members of the analytics community. Omnibug is 100% free and is open-source.
The first closed beta of Omnibug for Chrome was launched!
Omnibug was released in the Chrome Web Store, making Chrome the second browser to support the extension.
Omnibug changed hands, transferring ownership of the project to Philip Lawrence, a frequent Omnibug contributor.
The largest update to Omnibug, v1.0, was released. This update included a unified codebase, an all-new UI, more providers, and new features such as filtering and exporting data.
Omnibug hit over 50,000 active installations on Chrome and Firefox.
Microsoft's Edge browser switches from a proprietary codebase to using Chromium. Omnibug is now available on the Microsoft Add-On Store.