2219 ratings (4.595 average)
What's new in this version (2.6.1):
- support for Android 3 / 4, Google TV
- Performance improvements
This is the free version of aLogcat. Please consider the donate version if you find it useful. If not, that's okay too. This version is exactly the same as the donate version.
View color-coded, scrolling (tailed) Android device (logcat) logs directly from your phone. No USB, adb, or emailing necessary.
Set log format / level / buffer, filter logs by regex, clear log file, save to SD.
Share logs via any application that handles plain text or HTML sharing, including Gmail, Email, Pastedroid, Bluetooth, and others.
Install application Pastedroid to share logs via pastebin. Ensure HTML output is disabled in preferences as this only supports plain text logs.
aLogcat supports near full control through intents. Broadcast to start the app, save log snapshots, share logs, or make periodic saves.
Note: the periodic save feature was removed as of version 2.5. Consider the application aLogrec if you need to continuously record logs to the SD card.
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No way to directly email or capture the log without having to go into SD, better similar app.
Works as promised. Especially handy when trying find El Google address for the latest OTA.
I use this when I'm beta testing my apps all the time. Its simple and it works.
The best! It does exactly what a log viewer should do and more! Pause is my favorite feature that I haven't seen before.
CatLog's colored display and search feature look a lot better.
Reginald: No, the purpose is to log errors to send to developers of any crashing apps so they know how to fix their apps for your device.
It just runs all day, I don't see the point of this app. Isn't it suppose to let you know of you have a problem? --MT4G
Should autoscroll only if viewing tail. In other words, if last line is not visible, do not autoscroll.
Just awesome. New version has got evident performance boost. Nice job developer N1CM6.1
Does what it should but slowly. CatLog is a lot snappier on my Hero.