Yes, the frameworks are required dependencies for our SDK to work.
Does Instabug support live apps?
Yes, you can safely use the SDK in your app, and submit it to the store.
Is the shake gesture customizable?
The SDK offers other gestures out of the box to choose from; Shake, Screenshot (Lock+Home), Right-edge swipe and a Floating button. You can also code your own gesture or have a button in your app that invokes our SDK. Check our documentation page for more details.
What kind of details does the SDK track?
The SDK grabs a lot of useful details: Device model & iOS version, memory & storage details, carrier & WiFi, battery details, iPhone 6 screen zoom mode, app/build version, user location, and the app's logs. And most importantly, the detailed actions that the user did until the time of reporting the bug.
How will the SDK affect my app size?
The additional size that gets added to your final app is ~0.5MB. However when downloading the SDK, it’s much bigger, because it’s a static library, hence it gets linked at compile time while building the app.
Can I disable Instabug’s crash reporting?
While you can keep using more than one crash reporting, you can disable Instabug’s crash reporting by calling this method: [Instabug setCrashReportingEnabled:NO];
How long does it take for the crashes to show up on the dashboard?
Crash reporting is disabled while debugging. Make sure you are not running your application via Xcode while reporting crashes. Also note that crashes are sent to our servers on the next app launch, and not on the crashing session
How can I customize the time at which the intro message that guides users show up?
You can stop it using [Instabug setIntroMessageEnabled:] to disable it from showing automatically and [Instabug showIntroMessage] to show it later whenever you want.
Why does the Instabug upload dSYM script emit errors when debugging on a real device?
This happens because the upload dSYM script is attempting to upload your app symbols, but they are not generated by Xcode when debugging. To fix this, go to your project build settings and change Debug Information Format to DWARD with dSYM File in the Debug configuration.
I've uploaded DSYM but crashes are not symbolicated.
If you are using bitcode. Make sure you are uploading DSYM file extracted from Xcode organizer.
How do I get Console Log on iOS 10?
Access to console log is not working properly in iOS 10. This is a known issue that
has been reported to Apple. Logs should start appearing in the dashboard again once
this issue has been fixed by Apple. In the meantime, you can use IBGLog method. Logs from IBGLog will appear
under *Instabug Log* on an issue’s page on the dashboard If you’re using any logging tool, such as CocoaLumberjack, you can attach
a log file to reports via + [Instabug setFileAttachment:]. Those logs will appear under *Issue Attachments* on an issue’s page on the dashboard.
Why do I need to add these keys to the Info.plist?
Instabug needs access to the microphone and photo library. Starting from iOS 10, apps that don’t provide a usage description for those 2 permissions would be rejected when submitted to the App Store. The permission alert for accessing the microphone/photo library will NOT appear unless users attempt to attach a voice note/photo while using Instabug.
I don't use Microphone or PhotoLibrary permission in my app. What should I use for these keys?
We recommend using a usage description like:
"<app name> needs access to the microphone to be able to attach voice notes."
"<app name> needs access to your photo library for you to be able to attach images."