Hi all ,
I’m really happy that I found out about this awesome forum!
There has been some discussion about ethical analytics for web, but I’m interested about ethical analytics alternatives for mobile (specifically iOS and more specifically crash/issue reporting).
Tools like Fabric are obviously important for us developers to be able to maintain a certain quality standard. Fabric is owned by Google, but their privacy site states that they
only collect “Installation UUID and Crash traces”.
Can this data be used in a harmful way?
I browsed through Better apps and if I’m right, they don’t track crashes or any user data (even something not privacy related like average time spent in the app) so I guess you already had these discussions. I saw that some users sent you crash reports manually, how did that work out for you?