Widget that brings stories mechanism to your apps


  • Simple to use and intuitive API
  • Lightweight (~200 lines of code)
  • Feels familiar if you've used Instagram or Snapchat stories before
  • Can be used with Cupertino and Material packages independently


Add flutter_stories to your pubspec.yaml


Full version can be found in example dir


Supported gestures

  • Tap the right portion of the screen to switch to the next moment. You can specify onFlashForward callback to control app behavior in this case or when story finishes
  • Tap the left portion of the screen to switch to the previous moment. Similar to right tap, but uses onFlashBack
  • Long press (hold) the screen to hide the progress segments and pause story, release to show controls and unpause


property type required description
momentCount int true Sets the number of moments in story
momentDurationGetter (int index) => Duration true Function that must return Duration for each moment
momentBuilder (BuildContext context, int index) => Widget true Builder that gets executed for each moment
onFlashForward () => void false Gets executed when user taps the right portion of the screen on the last moment in story or when story finishes playing
onFlashBack () => void false Gets executed when user taps the left portion of the screen on the first moment in story
startAt int false Defaults to 0. Sets the index of the first moment that will be displayed
momentSwitcherFraction double false Defaults to 0.33. `sets the ratio of left and right tappable portions of the screen: left for switching back, right for switching forward
progressSegmentBuilder (BuildContext context, double progress, double gap) => Widget false Defaults to Story.instagramProgressSegmentBuilder - Instagram-like minimalistic segment builder. Builder for each progress segment
progressSegmentGap double false Defaults to 2.0. Sets the gap between each progress segment
progressOpacityDuration Duration false Defaults to Duration(milliseconds: 300). Sets the duration for the progress bar show/hide animation
topOffset double false Defaults to MediaQuery.of(context).padding.top. Sets the top offset of progress container
fullscreen bool false Defaults to true. If true hides the status bar via SystemChrome service