With our announcement of the Firebase Crashlytics SDK Beta in February, we provided a path to help you remove all Fabric dependencies in your code, and complete your migration to Firebase. Since then, tens of thousands of apps have adopted the Beta SDK, and several hundreds of millions of end-users are using apps that include the SDK. Thank you to the adopters of our Beta SDKs; with your help, we have been able to polish and debug our SDK so we could ship it in its best possible launch state.
We are excited to announce that the Firebase Crashlytics SDK is now publicly available! Whether your app was migrated from Fabric or created in Firebase, we encourage you to upgrade to the official version of the Firebase Crashlytics SDK.
Now that the Firebase Crashlytics SDK is publicly available, we are deprecating the legacy Fabric SDK. The Fabric SDK will continue reporting your app’s crashes until November 15, 2020. On this date, the Fabric SDK, and beta versions of the Firebase Crashlytics SDK, will no longer send crashes to your Firebase dashboard. To continue getting crash reports in the Firebase console, make sure your app has the following versions of the Firebase Crashlytics SDK, or newer: 17.0.0+ for Android, 4.0.0+ for iOS, and 6.15.0+ for Unity. Developers new to Crashlytics should begin with our getting started docs.
As always, we’d love to hear your feedback! Let us know what you think through our official support page!