Firebase Crashlytics

Firebase Crashlytics

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Firebase Crashlytics

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What is Firebase Crashlytics?

Crashlytics is a mobile analytics tool which helps users find the exact line of code that their app crashed on, providing granular insight into mobile app performance and user experience. Crashlytics was acquired by Google in 2017 and is now...
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What is Firebase Crashlytics?

Crashlytics is a mobile analytics tool which helps users find the exact line of code that their app crashed on, providing granular insight into mobile app performance and user experience. Crashlytics was acquired by Google in 2017 and is now offered as part of the Firebase product.

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What is Firebase Crashlytics?

Crashlytics is a mobile analytics tool which helps users find the exact line of code that their app crashed on, providing granular insight into mobile app performance and user experience. Crashlytics was acquired by Google in 2017 and is now offered as part of the Firebase product.

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Ben Gelsey | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
As mentioned previously, the only realistic competitor to Crashlytics is Instabug (backed by Y Combinator in the W16 class). While Crashlytics is focused on actual crashes, Instabug's main innovation is in collecting feedback from users for non-crash bugs. While non-crash bugs are a substantial category of bugs, Instabug's pricing is quite steep. As soon as you go beyond the most basic features your monthly bill spikes to $124 - $499 per month, whereas Crashlytics is 100% free (for all usage levels and all enterprise features). Based on this, I've never tried Instabug because the ROI just wasn't there.
December 21, 2017

Crashlytics is our go-to

Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
Based on what our developers have told me, Crashlytics is better than anything else out there. I personally have worked with Flurry for event and crash monitoring, and my experience was terrible. I know some project teams have tried some alternatives in the space that I don't recall, but they didn't stick and we have always fallen back on Crashlytics. I'm now just hoping that it doesn't crumble under Google.
Ken Yee | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
Compared it with Crittercism on a Xamarin project a while back and on that platform, Crittercism was the best.
But on Android, Crashlytics is just a lot better in providing good stack traces and having a useful analytics console. It's pretty much the defacto standard on Android...everyone uses Crashlytics. It's even more common to use Crashlytics and the Firebase crash tracking; Firebase does track ANR's a lot better though.
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