Open Source, Privacy-First and Simple Analytics for Mobile, Desktop and Web Apps




Analytics for Apps.
Open Source. Privacy-First. Simple.

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About the Project

Aptabase is an open-source alternative to Firebase/Google Analytics, specifically built for Mobile, Desktop and Web apps.

๐Ÿ“ฑ Extensive list of SDK: No matter what framework or language you use, we have an SDK for you. Swift, React Native, Flutter, Electron, Kotlin, and many others.

๐Ÿ˜‡ Privacy-First: We prioritize user privacy and collect minimal usage data without using unique identifiers. Instead, we focus on monitoring sessions, complying fully with GDPR, CCPA, and PECR regulations.

๐Ÿš€ Simple: Built-in and user-friendly dashboard for all your essential metrics, enabling you to gain insights effortlessly and grasp the dynamics of your apps.

๐Ÿ’ฏ Open-Source: Our source code is 100% open source. There is nothing hidden. All the server code and SDKs are available for you to inspect and contribute to.

[!TIP] Like what you see? Don't forget to give us a โญ๏ธ on GitHub!

How to get started?

โ˜๏ธ Managed Cloud

The easiest and quickest way to get started. A fully managed service by the creators of Aptabase to help you get started in minutes. Forget about managing software updates and patches; we do it all for you!

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๐Ÿข Self-Hosted

You can also host Aptabase on your servers. It's free, but you are responsible for maintenance and updates.

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๐Ÿ› ๏ธ Contributing

We welcome contributions from everyone! If you want to contribute to Aptabase, please read the guide below to get started.

Contributing โ†’.


We provide SDKs for the most popular frameworks and languages to make it easier to integrate them into your app.

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Aptabase is highly inspired by Plausible. If you're looking for privacy-friendly website analytics, go check them out. They're awesome! โค๏ธ


Aptabase is open-source under the AGPLv3 license. You can use it for free, but you must share any changes you make to the code.

The SDKs are open-source under the MIT license. Use it on your apps without any restrictions.