Real-Time Contextual Insights for Flutter Apps

Save time and release with confidence with the Instabug SDK for Flutter.

Real-Time Contextual Insights for Flutter Apps

The Complete Solution for Mobile Apps

Bug <br> Reporting

Detect bugs and release with confidence

Crash <br> Reporting

Identify and resolve severe crashes


Know Exactly What Happened and Fix Bugs Faster

Make it easier for your beta testers and users to send feedback with Instabug's in-app user feedback and bug reporting SDK. We will automatically capture details like console logs, CPU usage, memory status over time, and complete session details to help you debug and fix issues easily.


Monitor Problems and Improve Your App Stability

Get real-time crash reports with stack trace details, steps to reproduce the crash, device and session data, and more. You can also reply to affected users to update them about a fix or ask for more details.


Simple Steps to Get Started


  • 1- Add Instabug to your pubspec.yaml file.
  • 2- Install the package by running the following command.
    flutter packages get

Using Instabug

  • 1- To start using Instabug, import it into your Flutter app.
    import 'package:instabug_flutter/Instabug.dart';
  • 2- Initialize the SDK in initState(). This enables the SDK with the default behavior and sets it to be shown when the devices are shaken.
    Instabug.start('YOUR_APP_TOKEN_HERE', [InvocationEvent.shake]);
  • 3- If your app supports Android, create a new Java class that extends FlutterApplication and add it to your AndroidManifest.xml.
  • 4- In your newly created CustomFlutterApplication class, override onCreate() and add the following code.
    ArrayList invocationEvents = new ArrayList<>();
    new InstabugFlutterPlugin().start(CustomFlutterApplication.this, "YOUR_APP_TOKEN_HERE", invocationEvents);
You can also check out our API Reference for more detailed information about our SDK.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the shake gesture customizable?
The SDK offers other gestures out of the box to choose from; Shake, two finger 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.
Does Instabug interfere with other crash reporting tools?
Why instabug requires the record audio permission?
What kind of details does the SDK track?
I’m using setFileAttachment() to add extra attachment to the report but it doesn’t appear on the dashboard, what is wrong?

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