Send enriched in-app purchase events to Google Analytics and Firebase

Send subscription events, such as free trial activations, purchases, renewals, and more to Firebase. Use it to optimize your app campaign and targeting.
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In-app-purchase events

18 events to send

Adapty generates 18 different subscription events to cover the whole user journey, from activating a free trial all the way to the refund.
Events Integration

Report gross revenue or proceeds

Report net revenue or tax excluded with a couple of clicks in the Adapty dashboard.
Convenient Taxes

Standard event mapping

Map subscription events to Firebase standard events in the Adapty admin panel or rename events with any text.
Android Ios Events Names

Send user properties about the subscription state

Adapty sends profile properties such as Subscription State and Subscription Product to make things easier when analyzing in Firebase.
User Attribution Monthly Basic

Forward subscription events without coding

Send these or any other of the 18 events to Google Analytics and Firebase.
The full list can be found in the documentation.
The user has activated a subscription without a trial period i.e. he was billed instantly.
The user has canceled a subscription and it is completely finished.
The user has activated a trial subscription.
The trial has expired without converting to a subscription.
The user turned on subscription auto-renewal during the trial period.
A subscription was refunded (e.g. by Apple support).
A subscription was renewed and the user was charged. For both trial and non-trial subscriptions, this event is sent starting from the second billing.
A trial period has ended and the user was billed, i.e. first purchase was made.
Any non-subscription purchase e.g. lifetime access or consumable product such as coins.
An attempt to charge the user was made, but a billing issue happened. Usually, it means the user doesn't have enough card balance.
The payment was not successful and the user entered into a grace period. The user still has access to the premium features of your app until the grace period is finished.
A user turned off subscription auto-renewal during the trial. A user still has access to the premium features of your app until the end of the trial period.
A user turned on subscription auto-renewal during the trial period.
A user turned off subscription auto-renewal. A user still has access to the premium features of your app until the end of the subscription period.
A user turned on subscription auto-renewal.
Non-subscription purchase was refunded.
User activated subscription pause (Android only).
A user's subscription has been deferred, ie they were granted free usage time (Android only). Usually, it happens in response to an API call from your servers.
User's access level updated (Webhook only).
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