|Sent on:||Tuesday, January 8, 2013 5:00 PM|
This is funny... I was looking into the same things today.
I do android and iOS. For iOS I was using testflightapp.com for analytics and exception logging.
For android I was using Google analytics for analytics. I didn't have an exception logging tool, and depended on Google play's error reporting facilities (where the user has to explicitly report the error).
Also figured out that the new Google analytics v2 does exception handling.
I'm happy with Google analytics as an analytics tool. Also, the fact that it has an android client, helps.
I've started using Google analytics for both analysis and exception logging. And soon I'll have the iOS version on Google analytics as well.
Once implemented, I'll only need to start one android app to monitor my website usage, android usage, android exceptions, iOS usage and iOS exceptions.
I'm currently using ACRA for crash reporting but lately it started to become very inconvenient so I started to look for other options.
Basically it looks like there are two good options, either Crittercism or Bugsense. I've tried both with a sample project, they both look very similar.
Anyone has any experience with those? Which one do you recommend? Advantages, disadvantages?
Also have you found any good open source backend for ACRA? I wasn't able to find a good one, with a usable interface and a good enough feature set.
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