Using @capgo/native-purchases Package

The @capgo/native-purchases package is a plugin for Capacitor that provides easy in-app purchase functionality. In this tutorial, we will walk through the steps of installing and using the package in your Capacitor project.


To install the @capgo/native-purchases package, open your terminal and run the following command:

npm install native-purchases
npx cap sync

This will install the package and sync the native files with your project.

Android Setup

If you are using Android, you need to add some configuration to your AndroidManifest.xml file. Open the file located at android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml and add the following code:

<!-- Add any necessary configuration here -->

iOS Setup

If you are using iOS, no further steps are needed.

Using the Package

The @capgo/native-purchases package provides several methods for handling in-app purchases. Here are some examples of how to use these methods:

Restoring Purchases

To restore a user's previous purchases, use the restorePurchases() method:

import { nativePurchases } from '@capgo/native-purchases';


Purchasing a Product

To initiate a purchase for a specific product, use the purchaseProduct() method:

import { nativePurchases } from '@capgo/native-purchases';

nativePurchases.purchaseProduct({ productIdentifier: 'com.example.product' });

Getting Product Information

To retrieve information about a specific product, use the getProducts() method:

import { nativePurchases } from '@capgo/native-purchases';

nativePurchases.getProducts({ productIdentifiers: ['com.example.product'] });

These are just a few examples of how to use the @capgo/native-purchases package. For more detailed information on the available methods and their parameters, refer to the package documentation.


In this tutorial, we covered the installation process and basic usage of the @capgo/native-purchases package. By following the steps outlined here, you should be able to integrate in-app purchasing functionality into your Capacitor project.