The data you need to build better products
Empower your product team with analytics, standardized data, and remote configuration.
Let customer insights guide the roadmap
Keep track of all your app transactions in one place — whether your customers are subscribed on iOS, Android, or the web. With a single view of the customer, you can make more informed business and product decisions.
Test and learn quickly with remote configuration
Run pricing and packaging experiments and remotely manage your pricing and products without shipping an app update.
Empower your team with clean data
Provide centralized access to normalized cross-platform data, out-of-the-box analytics, A/B price-testing and the ability to send lifecycle events to every tool in your stack.
RevenueCat is a way to forget about your subscription backend and spend time growing user metrics.
Loved by developers
The best code is deleted code. 320 lines of locally validated StoreKit spaghetti to 80 lines of lightweight glue. Thanks @RevenueCat.Warren BurtonApr 21
I’ve built StoreKit integrations countless times. I’ve got it down to less than a week to implement at this point. Tonight I decided to give @RevenueCat a try. THREE. HOURS. Done.Tyler HallMar 12
Honestly @RevenueCat makes IAP so flipping easy it’s painful to think of not using it.JPAug 9
I couldn’t have made YarnBuddy without @RevenueCat. I can’t even begin to understand all the backend mumbo jumbo that would be needed to implement subscriptions on my own. RevenueCat makes it easy as pie. 🥧Becky HansmeyerJul 7
If you do anything with in-app purchases, you have to try @RevenueCat. They made Swift purchase APIs the way Apple should have done it long ago. It’s so nice.Clifton LabrumNov 21
We replaced 37,000 lines of code with ~1K lines (BE&FE) of @RevenueCat integration. I’m not a part-time subscription engineer anymore.Liro KrankkaNov 20
Just need to give @RevenueCat a shoutout, their support is top-notch. Especially when it comes to tricky StoreKit bugs.Peter SteinbergerNov 11
Use @RevenueCat. I promise you, all other paths end in tears. It’s very, very rough.Ben ThompsonJun 18
You think that feels good? Wait until you realise in 12 months time that you haven’t worried once about Apple or Google messing about with their payment APIs. Then the feeling when they do mess with them and you cash in that RevenueCat insurance policy!Andrew KempeMar 21