We’re committed to making the journey to your new home as smooth and easy as possible.
Start using Crashlytics in Firebase
Use our best-in-class crash reporter in Firebase. Right now, no SDK changes are needed and you can still view all of your Crashlytics data in Fabric too.
Note: Keep using Crashlytics Beta in Fabric. We're working on the next generation of Crashlytics Beta in Firebase and will let you know when to switch.
Enhance Crashlytics with Google Analytics (GA) for Firebase
Get GA for Firebase to unlock realtime information about your latest release, build custom audiences, predict user behavior, and much more.
Take advantage of new integrations
Trigger workflows to route critical crashes directly to your engineers by integrating Firebase Crashlytics with Cloud Functions for Firebase. You can also export raw data for deeper analysis by connecting Firebase Crashlytics with BigQuery.
Upgrade your Crashlytics SDK
Complete your transition to Firebase by installing the new Crashlytics SDK, which is optimized for your new home.
Start using the next generation of Crashlytics Beta
Get valuable feedback on pre-release iOS and Android apps by using Firebase App Distribution, the new version of Crashlytics Beta, to distribute beta builds to your team.
Finish setting up integrations
Make sure all of your integrations (like Slack and Jira) are set-up and running in Firebase.
Grow with Firebase
Thank you for coming along on this journey with us. Now that you’re settled in Firebase, which includes the tools you know and love, we will sunset Fabric so you can develop and grow your app from one place.
Full steam ahead into the future
Look out for exciting new Firebase updates. We’ll continue to build new features to accelerate your app success in Firebase!
Firebase is a platform that helps you across the entire lifecycle of your app, with smart analytics powered by Google Analytics embedded throughout.
Build secure and scalable apps faster than ever using world-class, no-ops infrastructure.
ML Kit beta
Machine learning for mobile developers
Cloud Firestore beta
Store and sync app data at global scale
Run mobile backend code without managing servers
Get insight into app performance and stability so you can prioritize your resources effectively.
Prioritize and fix issues with powerful, realtime crash reporting
Gain insight into your app's performance
Test your app on devices hosted by Google
Grow from your first user to your millionth with products that help to automate the growth hacking cycle.
Optimize your app experience through experimentation
Get free and unlimited app analytics
Modify your app without deploying a new version
“We’re really excited about Crashlytics being integrated into Firebase. Also with the outlook that we are working on new apps, it makes it much easier for our developers to have all of the data and all of the tools in one place.” – Gabriele Ottino, Doodle CEO
Firebase Crashlytics supports iOS and Android apps. Unity support is coming soon.
Fabric’s iOS and Android apps will be available until November 30th, 2018. After this point, you’ll still be able to monitor your migrated apps on the go using the Firebase Console, which is designed to work well on mobile devices.
To focus our efforts on supporting your migration to Firebase, we no longer offer the ability to add third-party kits to new projects. Your existing integrations will continue to work (until you decide to migrate to the new Crashlytics SDK after it is available), but you will need to go directly to the kit provider to access information about those kits.
Your Fabric data will not be affected by migrating to Firebase and you will continue to have access to your Fabric dashboard until mid 2019.
At the moment, you do not need to change your Crashlytics SDK to migrate to Firebase. However, if you want to use other services like Google Anlytics for Firebase, you will need to add the Firebase SDK. In the future, we plan to streamline the Crashlytics SDK. Once that becomes available, you should switch your Crashlytics SDK. After you start using the new Crashlytics SDK, then data will only flow into Firebase.