What you can do with Firebase

Engage your active users with contextual, targeted messaging

Customize how your app looks and feels to each user

Send free cross-platform messages and notifications to your users

Get a complete 360-degree view of your customers in a single dashboard

Leverage Machine Learning and Advanced Analytics to predict user churn

Test new features and experiments, and roll out only the changes that work

Setting up Firebase manually for your mobile app analytics can be a bit time-consuming. First, you need to decide and map out the events you want to track and analyze. Then comes the decision – which libraries and SDKs to use, followed by installing and configuring them on your mobile platforms. You will then need to work with the Firebase SDK methods to specifically work with the events in a manner that is compatible with Firebase.

You can start using Firebase for your mobile analytics in no time by simply adding it as a destination in RudderStack.

How to set up the Firebase Integration

It’s very easy! Use our step-by-step guide to set up Firebase as a destination in RudderStack, and get started in no time at all.


Use RudderStack to Send Event Data From Your Mobile Apps Into Firebase

You can send your event data from your source mobile apps to Firebase through RudderStack’s mobile SDKs without the need for any additional setup or code. RudderStack can track events pertaining to user demographics and behavior and transform it to match Firebase’s specifications. It means that you can instead focus on using that data to improve your app’s quality and grow your business.

By Integrating Firebase Data with RudderStack, you can:

  • Track and send events from your Android, iOS, or Unity projects
  • Map all your tracked events to the appropriate events specified by Firebase
  • Transform the event properties as per the required Firebase standards
  • Check the events and their properties using the Firebase Debug View
  • Send standard Firebase events that are not mapped to any event tracked by RudderStack