Mobile app crashes can result in users submitting negative reviews, which can affect your organization's reputation. Crashes can also result in users deleting your app altogether, which affects your organization's profitability. With the Crash analysis UI, you can identify and deal with one of the largest bottlenecks in the development lifecycle: the time it takes to resolve unanticipated exceptions.
When your development team receives an emailed crash notification, they can select the email link to review detailed information about the crash in our user interface, or analyze chart data directly through a query. The individual Crash details page also includes tracking tools for your team to follow the issue from reporting to resolution.
Our crash analysis feature helps developers to:
- Slice and dice your crash and network data (using groups and filters) to analyze trends leading to the crash.
- Understand a particular user's experience by using a custom attribute.
- Pinpoint when most crashes occur; for example, by filtering by
Last Interaction, or by viewing the interaction trail in the Crash report page.
- Align issues with common characteristics in networks or devices.
- Examine specific problems in a crash report that may be buried in thread breakdown data, trace details, or the trail of user interactions in the crashed session.
- Quickly see trends from the Crash profiles tab.
To view the filterable Crash list in the New Relic UI:
Go to one.newrelic.com > Mobile > (select an app) > Exceptions > Crash analysis.
To view the filterable Crash analysis page directly from the mobile app's Overview page, select the Crash occurrences chart's title.
Use any of our standard page functions to drill down into detailed information; for example, zoom into any area of a chart.
To get the most out of mobile monitoring's Crash analysis UI, use this basic workflow.
- Start with the Crash rate percentage and Crash-free users percentage charts to see at a glance whether there are any unexpected spikes, dips, or patterns with crash time frames, or uneventful periods within the selected time period.
- Use the groups and filters to examine attributes (for crashes, devices, locations, or other custom attributes) in more detail.
- Use the Top 5 occurrences chart to identify patterns for the type of occurrence you selected from the groups and filters. Also correlate any general patterns for the selected type of occurrence to crash percentages that occurred during this time period.
- Optional: Query or share the chart data.
- Look for patterns in the Crash location table information, including location, exception type, date and number of occurrences, version, and number of users affected by the crash.
- Select a crash report from the table to view its interaction trail, its event trail, thread details for individual occurrences, attributes, and more. If necessary, resymbolicate or export the crash details to Xcode so you can debug your source code more easily.
- When finished, mark the crash occurrences as Resolved.
Resolved crashes include a banner identifying who resolved the crash and when. Based on mobile monitoring's data retention policies, you can filter by resolved crashes when you need to track back to historical information.
To learn how to configure email settings, see Email settings.
If you need more help, check out these support and learning resources:
- Browse the Explorers Hub to get help from the community and join in discussions.
- Find answers on our sites and learn how to use our support portal.
- Run New Relic Diagnostics, our troubleshooting tool for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
- Review New Relic's data security and licenses documentation.