If you want simple crash reporting functionality for your android app consider using by ligi.
github.com/ligi/tracedroid

Crash reports are super useful, if only for being able to see the stacktraces of my own apps without connecting to a computer.

Tracedroid is super simple (~100 LOC or so), requires 2 lines of code to set it up in your app and yet it has a number of benefits over a lot of the far more complex libraries (at least for my usecases.)

Quoting from the readme:

Send traces via email, pros:

* no need for internet permission
* having a email adress of the sender to contact the user after e.g. the bugfix
* no problem when there is no internet at the moment
* user is able to write some more info into the stacktrace mail
* no need for extra server backend

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(and ) use in email only mode which behaves very similar then. is still a more complex dependency, so if you don't need any of the extended functionality, it might be a bit overkill.

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