Build one project that runs natively
on all your users' devices
Develop for all your users' devices with just one codebase. Add fast refresh, true native capabilities, and your creativity, and you'll have the app your users want in no time.
Ready to ship? Let us do the heavy lifting. Expo handles the gritty parts of building for each app store so you don't need Xcode or Android Studio to get your app into people's hands.
Shipped a bug? No worries: with one command, you can deploy a fix that your users will see instantly, without having to re-download your app.
If you are planning to develop an app using react native, it's a no-brainer to go with Expo. It's like a package of goodies. I don't even understand why it's so awesome. Good job @expo team. You've made our lives simpler.
As a career-long web developer, getting push notifications working in @reactnative via @expo feels like black magic. Loving it.
It is so easy to build your own mobile app nowadays. With technologies like @reactnative and @expo, literally anyone with an idea can rapidly build their dream app. What a time to be alive!
I don't know who needs to hear this but @expo is the future.
The speed at which React Native Web via @expo has evolved in the past 6 months is absolutely wild. My head is spinning.
Expo recently made it possible to target web, so you can write a single UI for native and web. I’m continually impressed. Otherwise next.js by @zeithq is incredible. Both of these projects have amazing docs, DX, and fast release cycles.
So @expo’s over the air update feature just saved us on launch day (yes, Friday, sorry). We had a crash happening on a critical path (didn’t happen in dev testing) but narrowed it down and deployed a fix using OTA in about an hour.
@expo made notifications so easy, I almost cried tears of joy 😭 using expo is just a delightful experience
It’s difficult to make a tool that is powerful, easy to use, and stays out of the way. @expo has figured it out and it’s one of the most pleasurable dev experiences I’ve had in my career.
I love how @expo allows me to build my standalone apps remotely on their much more powerful servers! Saves time and allows me to continue to use my computer while I wait for the build!
The Big Red Geek
I think @expo is one of the most beautiful fucking pieces of engineering I’ve seen in a very long time
Arkansas Western District Court uses expo web. I chose @expo because it was the fastest way for a single developer to achieve our mandate—mobile/desktop/web.