React Native in-app purchases and subscriptions made easy.
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React Native in-app subscriptions made easy
React Native Purchases is a client for the RevenueCat subscription and purchase tracking system. It is an open source framework that provides a wrapper around
Google Play Billingand the RevenueCat backend to make implementing in-app purchases in
| | RevenueCat |
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✅ | Server-side receipt validation
➡️ | Webhooks - enhanced server-to-server communication with events for purchases, renewals, cancellations, and more
🎯 | Subscription status tracking - know whether a user is subscribed whether they're on iOS, Android or web
📊 | Analytics - automatic calculation of metrics like conversion, mrr, and churn
📝 | Online documentation up to date
🔀 | Integrations - over a dozen integrations to easily send purchase data where you need it
💯 | Well maintained - frequent releases
📮 | Great support - Help Center
The minimum React Native version this SDK requires is
ExpoKit projects of version 33 or higher can successfully use react-native-purchases. If you haven't upgraded, you can follow the instructions here to upgrade.
If you're planning on ejecting from Expo, upgrade your expo version first, THEN eject. It'll save you a whole lot of hassle.
$ npm install react-native-purchases --saveor
$ yarn add react-native-purchases
$ react-native link react-native-purchases
If your project already uses Cocoapods to install iOS dependencies, common in ExpoKit projects, linking the library should have added it to the podfile. If it hasn't, add the following to your project's podfile to reference the library from your node_modules folder:
pod 'RNPurchases', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-purchases' :inhibit_warnings => true
pod install. If you've just upgraded ExpoKit, you might need to upgrade cocoapods to the newest version:
sudo gem install cocoapods.
RNPurchasessub-project under the libraries section to the outer project and create a reference.
PurchasesHybridCommon.frameworkfrom your project to the Embedded Binaries section
$(PROJECT_DIR)/../node_modules/react-native-purchases/iosto Framework Search paths in build settings
The App Store, in it's infinite wisdom, still rejects fat frameworks, so we need to strip our framework before it is deployed. To do this, add the following script phase to your build. 1. In Xcode, in project manager, select your app target. 2. Open the
Build Phasestab 3. Add a new
Run Script, name it
Strip Frameworks4. Add the following command
react-native linkcommand should have added the
libRNPurchases.alibrary to the Linked Frameworks and Libraries section of your app target. If it hasn't add it like this:
Please follow the Quickstart Guide for more information on how to use the SDK