Logger is simple library, which will help you to find your logs easily, just clicking on log.
A simple log helper which helps you to log in a whole different level.
Historian is a custom implementation of Timber.Tree, which is popular logging library.
Historian can save device's logs into dedicated SQLite database, so that your users can send the file to a bug report mail to you.
Bugfender enables developers to see the logcat of their applications, directly from user's Android phones and tablets.
Bugfender is a cloud service that allows developers to upload their application logs, even for remote devices, combined with a web console to view the logs once uploaded. You just need to create an account to start using it and get the NSLog console of any device you are interested in.
LogcatViewer is utility library which will allow user to view the logcat logs of the application on phone itself. It will be useful for tester to provide logs along with defects and also to developer to do initial analysis of defects. Moreover, if correct tags are used, it can also be useful for performance measurement, for monitoring network requests etc. etc.
A logcat alike overlay to display log messages in your app as independent overlay.
Ghost Log is an Android application that displays the device logcat buffer in a system overlay window.
Lynx is an Android library created to show a custom view with all the information logcat is printing, different traces of different levels will be rendered to show from log messages to your application exceptions. You can filter this traces, share your logcat to other apps, configure the max number of traces to show or the sampling rate used by the library. The min Api Level supported is 8.
CatLog is a free and open-source log reader for Android.
It shows a scrolling (tailed) view of the Android "Logcat" system log, hence the goofy name. It also allows you to record logs in real time, send logs via email, and filter using a variety of criteria.
Python script to highlight adb logcat output in console.