This page is a comprehensive guide to using IntentKit, a powerful library for handling intents in your iOS apps. IntentKit provides a simple and intuitive interface to handle common user intents such as sharing, messaging, opening URLs, and much more. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced iOS developer, this guide will help you get started with IntentKit and leverage its capabilities to enhance your app’s user experience.

Table of Contents

  1. Installation
  2. Usage
  3. Features
  4. Examples
  5. FAQ


To install IntentKit in your iOS project, follow these steps:

  1. Open your Xcode project.
  2. Navigate to your project’s directory in Terminal.
  3. Run the following command to install IntentKit via Cocoapods:
pod install IntentKit

Once the installation is complete, you can start using IntentKit in your project.


Using IntentKit is straightforward. Here’s a basic example:

  1. Import IntentKit into your class:
import IntentKit
  1. Create an instance of the IntentKit class:
let intentKit = IntentKit()
  1. Use the available methods to handle intents. For example, to open a URL:


IntentKit offers a range of features to handle various user intents. Some of these features include:

Feature 1

Feature 1 provides the ability to interact with the device’s sharing functionalities. You can easily share content from your app using various sharing options such as email, messaging apps, social media, and more.

Feature 2

Feature 2 allows you to handle in-app messaging. You can integrate messaging functionality within your app and provide users with seamless messaging experiences.

Feature 3

Feature 3 enables you to open external URLs directly from your app. This feature eliminates the need for users to switch between apps by letting them open web links within your app itself.


Here are a few examples demonstrating the usage of IntentKit:

  • Example 1: Share a photo on social media
  • // Code example goes here
  • Example 2: Send a message using a messaging app
  • // Code example goes here
  • Example 3: Open a URL in the default web browser
  • // Code example goes here


  1. Question 1: How do I handle custom intents?
  2. Answer goes here.

  3. Question 2: Can I customize the UI of IntentKit?
  4. Answer goes here.

  5. Question 3: Is IntentKit compatible with Swift 5?
  6. Answer goes here.