Radial gauge

Animated, highly customizable, open-source Flutter gauge indicator widget.

Check out a working example! 🔗

Progress bar and shader support Multiple segments style Gradient support
AnimatedRadialGauge AnimatedRadialGauge AnimatedRadialGauge


Just define the RadialGauge or AnimatedRadialGauge widget in the widget tree.


/// Build method of your widget.
Widget build(BuildContext context) {
  // Create animated radial gauge.
  // All arguments changes will be automatically animated.
  return AnimatedRadialGauge(
  /// The animation duration.
  duration: const Duration(seconds: 1),
  curve: Curves.elasticOut,
  /// Define the radius.
  /// If you omit this value, the parent size will be used, if possible.
  radius: 100,

  /// Gauge value.
  value: value,

  /// Optionally, you can configure your gauge, providing additional
  /// styles and transformers.
  axis: GaugeAxis(
    /// Provide the [min] and [max] value for the [value] argument.
    min: 0,
    max: 100,
    /// Render the gauge as a 180-degree arc.
    degrees: 180,

    /// Set the background color and axis thickness.
    style: const GaugeAxisStyle(
      thickness: 20,
      background: Color(0xFFDFE2EC),
      segmentSpacing: 4,

    /// Define the pointer that will indicate the progress (optional).
    pointer: GaugePointer.needle(
      size: Size(16, 100),
      borderRadius: 16,
      backgroundColor: Color(0xFF193663),
    /// Define the progress bar (optional).
    progressBar: const GaugeProgressBar.rounded(
      color: Color(0xFFB4C2F8),

    /// Define axis segments (optional).
    segments: [
      const GaugeSegment(
        from: 0,
        to: 33.3,
        color: Color(0xFFD9DEEB),
        cornerRadius: Radius.zero,
      const GaugeSegment(
        from: 33.3,
        to: 66.6,
        color: Color(0xFFD9DEEB),
        cornerRadius: Radius.zero,
      const GaugeSegment(
        from: 66.6,
        to: 100,
        color: Color(0xFFD9DEEB),
        cornerRadius: Radius.zero,

    /// You can also, define the child builder.
    /// You will build a value label in the following way, but you can use the widget of your choice.
    /// For non-value related widgets, take a look at the [child] parameter.
    /// ```
    /// builder: (context, child, value) => RadialGaugeLabel(
    ///  value: value,
    ///  style: const TextStyle(
    ///    color: Colors.black,
    ///    fontSize: 46,
    ///    fontWeight: FontWeight.bold,
    ///  ),
    /// ),
    /// ```