If you are a budding mobile (iOS or Android) developer, this could be a good place to start with your first release, but if you are a seasoned veteran, maybe this can widen your knowledge or even show you a few new ways worth trying.
If you let a version of your app out of your hand, you will know nothing about it – just bad reviews in the AppStore or on Google Play, but not a single detail you can rely on. This makes crashlogs a must have kit. I recommend you add crashlogs not only to the release versions of your app, but before the first alpha tests.
Your tests will transform into a meaningful report, not just “Something went wrong here and here…”.
Previously, there was one catch-all solution for crash reports, BugSense. But now there are far more, some are even integrated into beta test systems, like Fabric and many others.