Amplitude is a mobile analytics platform. Amplitude provides data and statistics and information about mobile applications to inform decision making by the mobile application publishers and developers.
The Amplitude API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Amplitude with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving data, managing users, and pulling reports.
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The Amplitude CSharp SDK by Amplitude interacts with the API to access product analytics features, useful to understand users' behaviors. It includes tracking events, tracking sessions, custom user IDs, event properties, and user properties.
The Amplitude React Native SDK by Mark Miyashita allows developers to integrate the Amplitude API into their React Native applications. This SDK can be added to iOS applications via CocoaPods. Integration methods for Android applications are coming soon.