Can I move Crashlytics.start(this)?

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Yes! :) 

If you have an Application subclass, then you can place Crashlytics.start() in the onCreate() method there! Otherwise, if you have multiple launch activities in your app, then add Crashlytics.start(this) to each launch activity. Crashlytics is only initialized the first time you call start, so calling it multiple times won't cause any issues!



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