Skip to content


Switch branches/tags

Name already in use

A tag already exists with the provided branch name. Many Git commands accept both tag and branch names, so creating this branch may cause unexpected behavior. Are you sure you want to create this branch?

Latest commit

It seems that the bug comes from the fact that on iOS we are making a Rect from those values, which takes its starting positions and than width and height as argument, whereas on Android the arguments are strictly 4 bounds, therefore we need to add the starting points to the right and bottom argument.

Git stats


Failed to load latest commit information.
Latest commit message
Commit time

React Native SVG at Software Mansion

Version NPM

react-native-svg provides SVG support to React Native on iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, and a compatibility layer for the web.

Check out the Example app


  1. Supports most SVG elements and properties (Rect, Circle, Line, Polyline, Polygon, G ...).
  2. Easy to convert SVG code to react-native-svg.


With expo-cli

The Expo client app comes with the native code installed!

Install the JavaScript with:

expo install react-native-svg

📚 See the Expo docs for more info or jump ahead to Usage.

With react-native-cli

  1. Install library

    from npm

    npm install react-native-svg

    from yarn

    yarn add react-native-svg
  2. Link native code

    cd ios && pod install

Supported react-native versions

react-native-svg react-native
3.2.0 0.29
4.2.0 0.32
4.3.0 0.33
4.4.0 0.38
4.5.0 0.40
5.1.8 0.44
5.2.0 0.45
5.3.0 0.46
5.4.1 0.47
5.5.1 >=0.50
>=6 >=0.50
>=7 >=0.57.4
>=8 >=0.57.4
>=9 >=0.57.4
>=12.3.0 >=0.64.0

Support for Fabric

Fabric is React Native's new rendering system. As of version 13.0.0 of this project, Fabric is supported only for react-native 0.69.0+. Support for earlier versions is not possible due to breaking changes in configuration.

react-native-svg react-native
>=13.0.0 0.69.0+
>=13.6.0 0.70.0+


Unexpected behavior

If you have unexpected behavior, please create a clean project with the latest versions of react-native and react-native-svg

react-native init CleanProject
cd CleanProject/
yarn add react-native-svg
cd ios && pod install && cd ..

Make a reproduction of the problem in App.js

react-native run-ios
react-native run-android

Adding Windows support

  1. npx react-native-windows-init --overwrite
  2. cd windows\<AppName>
  3. Open <AppName>.vcxproj

RN 0.68+

  1. Scroll to the bottom until you find:
       <PackageReference Include="Microsoft.Windows.CppWinRT" Version="X.X.XXXXXX.X" />
  2. Add the following to that <ItemGroup>
    <PackageReference Include="Win2D.uwp" Version="1.26.0" />

Pre RN 0.68

  1. Scroll to the bottom until you find:

    <ImportGroup Label="ExtensionTargets">
  2. Add the following to that <ImportGroup>

    <Import Project="$(SolutionDir)\packages\Win2D.uwp.1.26.0\build\native\Win2D.uwp.targets" Condition="Exists('$(SolutionDir)\packages\Win2D.uwp.1.26.0\build\native\Win2D.uwp.targets')" />

Opening issues

Verify that it is still an issue with the latest version as specified in the previous step. If so, open a new issue, include the entire App.js file, specify what platforms you've tested, and the results of running this command:

react-native info

If you suspect that you've found a spec conformance bug, then you can test using your component in a react-native-web project by forking this codesandbox, to see how different browsers render the same content: If any evergreen browser with significant userbase or other svg user agent renders some svg content better, or supports more of the svg and related specs, please open an issue asap.


To check how to use the library, see


  1. Filters (connected PR)

Known issues:

  1. Unable to apply focus point of RadialGradient on Android.