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This repository contains the Countly Flutter SDK, which can be integrated into mobile Flutter applications. The Countly Flutter SDK is intended to be used with Countly Lite, Countly Flex, Countly Enterprise.

What is Countly?

Countly is a product analytics solution and innovation enabler that helps teams track product performance and customer journey and behavior across mobile, web, and desktop applications. Ensuring privacy by design, Countly allows you to innovate and enhance your products to provide personalized and customized customer experiences, and meet key business and revenue goals.

Track, measure, and take action - all without leaving Countly.

Integrating Countly SDK in your projects

For a detailed description on how to use this SDK check out our documentation.

For information about how to add the SDK to your project, please check this section of the documentation.

You can find minimal SDK integration information for your project in this section of the documentation.

For an example integration of this SDK, you can have a look here.

This SDK supports the following features:


In the dependencies: section of your pubspec.yaml, add the following line:

  countly_flutter: <latest_version>


import 'package:countly_flutter/countly_flutter.dart';

void main() {
  // If you want to catch Dart errors, run your app inside a Zone and pass Countly.recordDartError as the onError parameter to it.
  runZonedGuarded<void>(() {
    runApp(MaterialApp(home: const MyApp()));
  }, Countly.recordDartError);

class MyApp extends StatefulWidget {
  const MyApp({Key? key}) : super(key: key);

  State<MyApp> createState() => _MyAppState();

class _MyAppState extends State<MyApp> {
  void initState() {

    // Initialize the SDK once
    Countly.isInitialized().then((bool isInitialized) {
      if (!isInitialized) {
        // Create the configuration with your app key and server URL
        final CountlyConfig config = CountlyConfig(SERVER_URL, APP_KEY)..setLoggingEnabled(true);
        // In this example, we have logging enabled. For production, disable this.

        // Initialize with that configuration
        Countly.initWithConfig(config).then((value) {
            Countly.start(); // Enables automatic view tracking

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
      appBar: AppBar(title: Text('Countly Example App')),
      body: Center(
        child: TextButton(
          onPressed: () {
            // record an event
            Countly.recordEvent({'key': 'Basic Event', 'count': 1});
          child: Text('Record Event'),

Enabling Automatic Crash Handling

// This will automatically catch all errors that are thrown from within the Flutter framework.
final CountlyConfig config = CountlyConfig(SERVER_URL, APP_KEY)

Reporting Exceptions manually

// Manually report a handled or unhandled exception/error to Countly
Countly.logException('This is a manually created exception', true, null);

Recording Events

// Record events (User interactions)

final event = {'key': 'Basic Event', 'count': 1};
Countly.recordEvent({'key': 'Basic Event', 'count': 1});

// you can also record events with segmentation
event['segmentation'] = {'Country': 'Turkey', 'Age': '28'};
Countly.recordEvent({'key': 'Basic Event', 'count': 1});

Recording Views

// Record screen views

final segmentation = {'Country': 'Turkey', 'Age': '28'};

// start recording view with segmentation. NB: Segmentation values are optional.
final String? id = await Countly.instance.views.startView('HomePage', segmentation);

// stop recording view with name with segmentation
await Countly.instance.views.stopViewWithName('HomePage', segmentation);

// stop recording view with ID with segmentation
await Countly.instance.views.stopViewWithID(id, segmentation);

// stop recording all views with segmentation
await Countly.instance.views.stopAllViews(segmentation);

Change Device ID

// A device ID is a unique identifier for your users/device.

// Change device ID with merge.
// Here, the data associated with the previous device ID is merged with the new ID.
await Countly.changeDeviceId('123456', true);

// Change device ID without merge.
// Here, the new device ID is counted as a new device.
await Countly.changeDeviceId('123456', false);

Get Device ID Type

// To fetch the device ID type
final DeviceIdType? deviceIdtype = await Countly.getDeviceIDType();

User Profile

// To provide information regarding the current user, use this.

final Map<String, Object> options = {
  'name': 'Name of User',
  'username': 'Username',
  'email': 'User Email',
  'phone': 'User Contact number',
  'gender': 'User Gender',

// Increment custom property value by 1

// Increment custom property value by 10
Countly.instance.userProfile.incrementBy('incrementBy', 10);

// Multiply custom property value by 20
Countly.instance.userProfile.multiply('multiply', 20);

// Save max value between current value and provided value
Countly.instance.userProfile.saveMax('saveMax', 100);

// Save min value between current value and provided value
Countly.instance.userProfile.saveMin('saveMin', 50);

// Set custom property value if it doesn't exist
Countly.instance.userProfile.setOnce('setOnce', '200');

// Add unique value to custom property array
Countly.instance.userProfile.pushUnique('pushUniqueValue', 'morning');

// Add unique value to custom property array if it does not exist
Countly.instance.userProfile.push('pushValue', 'morning');

// Remove value from custom property array
Countly.instance.userProfile.pull('pushValue', 'morning');

// Send/Save provided values to server. After setting values, you must save it by calling save();;

// Clear queued operations / modifications
// For compatibility with data protection regulations, such as GDPR, the Countly
// Flutter SDK allows developers to enable/disable any feature at any time depending
// on user consent.

// Consent values: sessions, events, views, location, crashes, attribution, users, starRating, apm, feedback, remoteConfig

// Consent can be enabled during initialization
final CountlyConfig config = CountlyConfig(SERVER_URL, APP_KEY)

// Or after initialization using one of the below methods
// give multiple consent
Countly.giveConsent([, CountlyConsent.views, CountlyConsent.crashes]);

// remove multiple consent
Countly.removeConsent([, CountlyConsent.views, CountlyConsent.crashes]);

// give all consent

// remove all consent


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