React Native wrapper for SegmentIO's Analytics SDK
Objective-C JavaScript
Clone or download
Latest commit 19796a6 Aug 18, 2016


Written by Tal Kain

Based on SegmentIO ( Analytics project. The iOS SDK can be found here:


  1. Download and install the npm package by running npm install --save react-native-segment-io-analytics
  2. In your Podfile, add pod "Analytics" to your project and run pod install in your ios folder
  3. Inside Xcode (make sure you've opened your .xcworkspace file), go to the project navigator and right click Libraries -> Add Files to [your project's name].
  4. Go to node_modules -> react-native-segment-io-analytics -> and choose the RNSegmentIOAnalytics.xcodeproj file.
  5. Make sure your project links to libAnalytics.a and libRNSegmentIOAnalytics.a (The libraries should be listed under "Build Phases -> Link Binary With Libraries").

Usage sample

var RNSegmentIOAnalytics = require('react-native-segment-io-analytics');

var segmentIOWriteKey = "SEGMENT_IO_WRITE_KEY";
var flushEverySecondsCount = 1;
RNSegmentIOAnalytics.setup(segmentIOWriteKey, flushEverySecondsCount);
RNSegmentIOAnalytics.identifyUser("testing", {"name":"test name"});
RNSegmentIOAnalytics.track("test track", {"name":"test track with name"});
RNSegmentIOAnalytics.screen("test screen", {"screenType":"SCREEN NAME"});


Handling possible issues

Google SDK BitCode issue

ld: '......./Pods/GoogleIDFASupport/Libraries/libAdIdAccessLibrary.a(TAGActualAdIdAccess.o)' does not contain bitcode. You must rebuild it with bitcode enabled (Xcode setting ENABLE_BITCODE), obtain an updated library from the vendor, or disable bitcode for this target. for architecture arm64

There are instructions for fixing it here:


Deploying the project can be done using npm publish command. Read more about it here:


This project is released under the MIT License.

The copyright notice from Segment's project is in the analytics-ios.LICENSE file