Over the past few years we have transformed many of our products into IoT devices, enabling them to be controlled by mobile apps. As a market leader, we need to be both innovative and reliable. When it comes to reliability, Shipbook helps us solve errors faster, thus making our apps even more stable... Read more
Behind the scenes look at user activity with full log accessibility to easily find and correct issues
Monitor, detect and diagnose through our dashboard to maintain your expected level of excellence
Proactively catalogue logs according to issue frequency with cutting edge crash reporting
Rest assured, the automated alert system will notify you immediately upon detection of issues
Well then, in a nutshell, Crashlytics is a great solution for: reporting crashes in your Android mobile apps. The problem is: it won’t catch all of the other issues that could take place in your Android mobile app.
This is the exact reason we developed Shipbook.
Most bugs and problems with apps do not lead to crashes, but are still important to fix. In cases such as these, Crashlytics, and any other solutions available targeting crashes, are of little help.
Even in the event of a crash, having access to the Java & Kotlin logs of that session plays a critical part in understanding the steps that lead up to your app’s crash and thereby in discovering the solution to preventing future crashes.
ShipBook is a unique tool that gives the Android logger the power to gather Java or Kotlin logs remotely, allowing you to search and analyze your user logs and exceptions in the cloud on a per-user & session basis.
Shipbook is battery and network efficient.
Android logs are stored independently on each device: so even if the user is offline, all Kotlin logs or Java logs will be stored directly to the device and will be uploaded to the cloud once reconnected. With Shipbook, mobile logging is remote. You can look at your mobile Android logs remotely from all of your clients devices.
Shipbook is completely
compatible with Android
Use Kotlin for logs or Java for logs, your choice!
Delve deeper with Shipbook's instructive Android logging Doc,
including step by step Shipbook Android SDK installation instructions for both the novice, and expert Android developer.
Logging on Android made easy
Shipbook is compatible with Kotlin logs and with Java logs SDK is written with Kotlin, but we have a bridge to Java.
Android min SDK version 19 (KITKAT)
Novice? Don’t sweat it- once you register we have a step by step wizard to guide you through the basic installation to get started.
Won’t take more than 5 minutes before your swimming solo!
To preview our quick installation: Just take a look at this quick installation guide. And of course you can delve deeper with our instructive Android logging Doc, including Shipbook Android SDK installation instructions for the expert Android developer.