Analytics for Apps.
Privacy-First. Simple.

Insights for your app without compromising on user privacy. Built for Desktop, Mobile and Web apps.

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Analytics without the legal headaches

When it comes to tracking and privacy, Aptabase takes a radical approach to protect your users privacy.

Track sessions, not users
Sessions tracked by Aptabase are completely anonymous and untraceable.
Data not linked to anyone
Aptabase does not use any sort of fingerprinting, user identification or pseudonymisation. The data we collect is not linked to anyone.


Forget about complex and time consuming solutions

Aptabase is built with simplicity in mind, from integration to usage. Instrument your app in minutes, not days.

SDK for your favorite frameworks
Our SDKs are lightweight and easy to use. It's currently available for Swift (Apple / iOS), Flutter, NativeScript, Tauri and JavaSript (Web Apps), with more coming soon!
Built-in Dashboard
A dashboard you'll love to use, with zero effort. Dive into your data and get insights in seconds.

Pricing plans for apps of all sizes

You're in control of how many events to send from your apps. We recommend sending at least one when app starts.


  • Unlimited Apps
  • EU or US data residency
  • 100% Data Ownership
  • SDKs for popular platforms
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Frequently asked questions

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What does “Data not linked to anyone” really mean?

It means all data points sent by an App instrumented by Aptabase are disconnected in a way that prevents them from being associated with a specific individual. We do not apply any pseudonymisation, every datapoint 100% anonymised for that extra peace of mind and compliance.

But what's the difference between Pseudonymised and Anonymised?

Based on the GDPR Article 4(5), the main difference between pseudonymisation and anonymisation is that pseudonymisation is a reversible process that allows the data subject to be re-identified using the additional information kept separately, whereas anonymisation is an irreversible process that results in data that cannot be linked back to a specific individual.

Opt-in consent is required whenever personal data is collected, even when pseudonymisation techniques such as hashing is applied as the data is still considered personal data. However, anonymised data is not considered personal data and therefore does not require consent as per Recital 26 of the GDPR.

This seems to good to be true. What's the catch?

Anonymous analytics have a huge benefit in terms of end-user data privacy and significantly reduced compliance burden. However, it does come with a few limitations for app developers.

Because data points collected by Aptabase do not have a unique user identifier, it's not possible to perform user-level analytics such as Daily/Weekly/Monthly Active Users (DAU/MAU/WAU) or user retention.

While we've grown used to these metrics, have you asked yourself if they are really worth it? The alternative is to ask for consent, which also has its own limitations. We believe that the benefits of anonymous analytics far outweigh the limitations.

Why is Aptabase not free like Firebase and Google Analytics?

You've likely heard this many times, but simply put — we don't sell your end-users data.

Free analytics can sell your end-users data to third-parties (known as Data Brokers) which then use it to perform user profiling and targeted advertising. This is a huge privacy concern and is the reason why we have to charge a subscription fee.

What happens if I go over my plan's monthly limit?

It's okay to exceed the limit occasionally, we will not charge you more for that. But if you consistently go over your plan's monthly limit for 2 months, we'll reach out to you to discuss upgrading to a higher plan.