Easy .NET SDK to Amplitude integration with RudderStack
RudderStack’s open source .NET SDK allows you to integrate RudderStack with your .NET app to track event data and automatically send it to Amplitude. With the RudderStack .NET SDK, you do not have to worry about having to learn, test, implement or deal with changes in a new API and multiple endpoints every time someone asks for a new integration.
Popular ways to use Amplitude
Enable real-time data
Automatically send real-time data to marketing analytics, product analytics and business analytics tools.
Track the entire user journey across platforms without the technical headache.
Hot-swap analytics tools
Send existing data feeds to new analytics tools with a few clicks.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you integrate your .NET app with Amplitude?
With Rudderstack, integration between .NET SDK and Amplitude is simple. Set up a .NET SDK source and start sending data.
Is it expensive to integrate .NET SDK with Amplitude?
How long does it take to integrate .NET SDK with Amplitude?
Timing can vary based on your tech stack and the complexity of your data needs for .NET SDK and Amplitude.
RudderStack Amplitude Documentation
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RudderStack .NET SDK Documentation
Refer to our step-by-step guide and start using .NET SDK today
Amplitude is a comprehensive product analytics platform for the web as well as mobile apps (iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.). Over 12,000 companies use Amplitude analytics to get useful marketing insights that drive product strategy, conversion, retention of their customers and high reviews in the app store. RudderStack’s Amplitude integration means you can send data directly to your Amplitude instance using only your Amplitude API key (meaning no custom tracking work on xcode, cocoapods, carthage, objective-c or Swift!). That means it’s easy to configure eventtypes to track things like checkout flows and session events with custom eventproperties and user properties across new users and existing users.