a) google Analytics: This helps me to better understand what features app users like, how much time they spend in my apps and how I may improve them.
b) Crahlytics: This service collects crash reports and by these reports, I can make our apps more bugfree, i.e. have them run more stable on devices – less trouble for the users.
What information does Crashlytics collect from End Users?
How does Crashlytics use the information that it collects?
The information Crashlytics collects about End Users and their activities is the property of the Developer, not of Crashlytics. The information collected by the Services from End Users is used to provide Developers with insight into the functionality of and engagement with their applications, including any problems that occur. Our algorithms process and analyze the data separately for each Developer. However, Crashlytics may aggregate information across Developers in a nonpersonally identifiable way. Such aggregate and anonymous information is used by Crashlytics to (i) improve the Services, (ii) create analysis of trends or behaviors, and (iii) other similar uses, but always in an aggregate and anonymous way. Will Crashlytics share information about me with anyone else? Except as provided below in Section 3, we never divulge End User data to anyone other than the Developer on whose behalf we are collecting and analyzing its End User data.
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