React Native component to censor content
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react-native-censored is a tool for quickly censoring potentially objectionable content in your app so it conforms to the guidelines of the app market you are publishing too.

The Apple AppStore and Google PlayStore have similar - yet different - guidelines, Google's guidelines generally being more lenient. React Native apps share most (if not all) code between the iOS and Android app and it becomes hard having to manage different content. react-native-censored lets you easily censor content for specific platforms.


react-native-censored uses react-native-blur to achieve the blur effect and react-native-svg to display the censored stamp. If you are using Expo you already have these dependencies pre-installed. If your app is not using Expo you will have to install react-native-blur and react-native-svg before you can use react-native-censored.



import React from 'react'
import { Dimensions, Image, StyleSheet, Text, View } from 'react-native'
import { Censored } from 'react-native-censored'
// For Expo apps use line below instead of above line:
// import { Censored } from 'react-native-censored/expo'

export default class App extends React.Component {
  render() {
    return (
      <View style={styles.container}>
        <Censored intensity={100} scale={.75} rotate="45deg" fill="black" platforms={['isisos']} >
          <Text style={styles.imageTitle}>Jesus Christ</Text>
          <Image source={require('./assets/uncensored.jpg')} style={styles.image} />
        <Censored intensity={100} scale={.75} rotate="45deg" platforms={['ios', 'android']} >
          <Text style={styles.imageTitle}>Prophet Muhammad</Text>
          <Image source={require('./assets/censored.jpg')} style={styles.image} />

const styles = StyleSheet.create({
  container: {
    flex: 1,
    backgroundColor: '#fff',
    flexDirection: 'column',
    alignItems: 'center',
    justifyContent: 'space-around',
  imageTitle: {
    color: 'black',
    fontSize: 24,
    textAlign: 'center'
  image: {
    resizeMode: 'contain',
    maxHeight: 0.4 * Dimensions.get('window').height



Name Default Description
intensity 100 Blur amount
tint 'light' Blur tint, either light or dark
scale 1 Scale factor for the censored stamp
rotate '45deg' Rotation of the censored stamp
fill '#BE1622' Colour of the stamp
platforms [] The platforms the content should be censored on. For example, ['ios'] would blur the content on iOS devices, but leave it uncensored on Android devices, ['ios', 'android'] would censor it on iOS and Android platforms.

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