The Android developer console has some great new tools that you can use to track your app's performance in the real world. The Vitals screen lets you see statistics for crashes and Application Not Responding (ANR) events.
- [Instructor] The Google Play Console is where you submit…and analyze your apps on the Google Play Store.…There's a valuable new tool called Android Vitals…that I'd like to show you,…and I'm going to demonstrate this…using a production application that's in…the Google Play Store named Audio Cues.…This is an app that I created and sell through the store,…and that actually has real users…with its hands on it every day.…Here you can see the number of installs…and uninstalls over the past 30 days.…And I'm going to go to the Android Vitals screen…here on the left and click the Overview tab.…
The Overview tells you about all the different statistics…of what can go wrong in an application.…An excessive wakeup occurs when an app is in the background…and yet is preventing the device from going to sleep.…Under Stability, you can track ANRs,…or Application Not Responding events, and crashes.…And down at the bottom you can explore…various rendering features.…Under ANRs & Crashes there are tabs here…for the different categories of problems.…
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