The best React Native datepicker libraries

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  • datetimepicker

    React Native date & time picker component for iOS, Android and Windows (by react-native-datetimepicker)

    As mentioned, we used the factors discussed above to assess several React Native date picker libraries, and React-Native DateTimePicker stood out from the pack. It is the most popular, has the most downloads, and was created and is maintained by the React Native community—the same group that builds and maintains most popular packages in the React Native ecosystem.

  • react-native-modal-datetime-picker

    A React-Native datetime-picker for Android and iOS

    Documentation: Documentation is hosted on the repo’s readme.md on Github. It is straightforward, covers all the basics required to install, set up, and use the DateTimePickerModal component from the library, alongside a description of all acceptable props and answers to popular FAQs.

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  • react-native-date-picker

    React Native Date Picker is datetime picker for Android and iOS. It includes date, time and datetime picker modes. The datepicker is customizable and is supporting different languages. It's written with native code to achieve the best possible look, feel and performance.

    Documentation: Documentation is hosted on the repo’s readme.md on Github and it covers all the basics required to install, set up, and use the ‘DatePicker’ component from the library, alongside a description of all acceptable props and answers to popular FAQs.

  • CalendarPicker

    CalendarPicker Component for React Native

    Documentation: Documentation is available via the repo’s readme.md on Github. It is elaborate, shows how to install, set up, and use the library’s ‘CalendarPicker’ component, discusses all accepted props, and showcases several code examples to achieve different tasks.

  • expo

    An open-source platform for making universal native apps with React. Expo runs on Android, iOS, and the web.

    Usability: Supports Android, iOS, and Windows. Supported by Expo — the official toolchain for building React Native apps

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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