Installing Airbrake in an Android Application.

Setting up your Android project

Download the Airbrake Jar our build from source via Github.
Copy the .jar file to your Android app's libs/ folder.
Import the AirbrakeNotifier class in your app's main Activity.

In your activity's onCreate function, register to begin capturing exceptions:
AirbrakeNotifier.register(this, "API_KEY");


The AirbrakeNotifier.register call requires a context and Airbrake API key to be passed in, and optionally a third argument specifying the environment. The environment defaults to production if not set.

To notify Airbrake of non-fatal exceptions, or exceptions you have explicitly caught in your app, you can call AirbrakeNotifier.notify. This call takes exactly one argument, a Throwable, and can be called from anywhere in your code. For example:

try {
  // Something dangerous
} catch(Exception e) {
  // We don't want this to crash our app, but we would like to be notified