A new Way to Interact with your Users

Collect user feedback right at the source

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User Feedback

RoadKit makes it easy to collect feature requests and bug reports, right within your apps. Just integrate our SDK and you're good to go!
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Centralized Management

Our apps for iOS, iPadOS and macOS provide an easy-to-use interface for managing submitted feature requests and bugs, similar to a ticketing system.
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Published Topics

Publish features and bugs you are currently working on and let users vote for their favorites, so you always know what to prioritize next.
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SDK Integration

Our SDK is available via SPM to be easily integrated into your iOS apps. Set it up with your app's ID and you're good to go!
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Provide users with a separate display of all the features that have been implemented based on their requests.

Cross-Platform Availability

The RoadKit app is available for macOS, iPadOS and iOS, so you can check important feature and bug reports wherever you are.
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Multiple Apps

More than one app? Sure! Setup as many apps as you want and integrate them with our SDK, so you never miss important user feedback.

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Available for iOS & iPadOS

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Available for macOS

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Integrate the SDK

Here's what you need to get started:

  1. Download the RoadKit app from the App Store
  2. Create an account
  3. Set up your app(s)
  4. Integrate the SDK (more on that below)
  5. Start collecting user feedback 🚀


The RoadKit SDK is currently available for iOS and macOS and requires iOS 16 or macOS 13. You can integrate it via Swift Package Manager (SPM) to add it to all of your targets.

After setting up your apps in RoadKit, go to the info screen, copy the ID and paste it into your project in Xcode. This ID is used by RoadKit to fetch all currently published topics.

A comprehensive guide on how to integrate the SDK is available on GitHub.