Bugfender Works with Fabric/Crashlytics
Learn What Happened Before the Crash
Bugfender is a remote logger and crash reporter. However, some of our customers are already working with some other tools such as Fabric/Crashlytics. Bugfender is compatible with all of them.
Bugfender works great in both iOS and Android, enabling developers to find out crash and non-crashing events and what happened in their applications before that.
How Does It Work?
Bugfender's remote web console enables developers to view the logs of their applications from real users' devices - wherever they are in the world.
We provide SDKs for iOS, Android and multi-platform solutions, which allow you to send logs from your application to our server. Integrating our SDK takes less than 60 seconds and is a great accompaniement to Crashlytics, Fabric and HokeyApp as well as native crash reporting tools included in Xcode (as of 6.3), Google Play Crashes and ANRs.
Using Bugfender, you can associate custom infomation to any mobile device, for example - the user identifier in your database, username or email address, allowing you to access specific custom logs in seconds, great for customer support.
Bugfender can be configured to only send logs when a specific condition is met. For example, you could programatically decide to send logs to the server in the event of a crash or a failed assertion.
Bugfender works flawlessly in applications in any production stage, whether in beta, published in an app store or even enterprise applications.
Device logs are sent from the user's device to our servers where you can review them in our remote console.
Logging can be remotely enabled/disabled for groups or individual devices.
If the device is offline, no sweat. Logs are stored locally and sent when it’s back online.
In our web console, logs can be sorted by sessions, devices and app versions, making it easy to find what you're looking for.
You can also send issues from the device using Bugfender and even forward them on to your favorite bug tracking tool.
We also log invaluable information about user devices including the brand, model, OS version and more.
Tags & Levels
Flag log lines with tags to indicate priority levels. You can also search and filter log entries within the log viewer.