Aides in checking information about the current app, system, & device

What's New

1.2 - Added Bundle ID


Added the ability to read the bundle ID with any of these: .main) // Or any other Foundation.Bundle instance
Introspection.bundleId // Or any other Foundation.Bundle instance


  • Also updated SemVer to 3.0.0-Beta.5
  • Also resolved other packages
  • Support for iOS device info

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Swift 5 swift package manager 5.2 is supported Supports macOS, iOS, tvOS, watchOS, Linux, & Windows


A Swift package which aides in checking information about the current app, system, & device.

The app bundle

This includes some sugar for reading your app bundle:

import Introspection

Introspection.bundleId   // The ID of the main bundle, as read from its info dictionary (e.g. `com.acme.MyApp`)
Introspection.appName    // The name of your app, as read from its bundle info
Introspection.appVersion // The semantic version of your app, as read from its bundle info, parsed into a `SemVer` value

This package also includes a generic version reader for any bundle:

import Introspection Bundle(for: SomeClass.self)) Bundle(for: SomeClass.self))
Introspection.Bundle.version(of: Bundle(for: SomeClass.self))

And makes general bundle access easier:

import Introspection

let accentColorName: String? = Introspection.Bundle["NSAccentColorName"]
let supportedPlatforms: [String]? = Introspection.Bundle["CFBundleSupportedPlatforms"]

The device

This also lets you check info about the current device:

import Introspection

Introspection.Device.modelType == .iPhone
Introspection.Device.class == .laptop


  • Swift Tools 5.2.0
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Last updated: Tue Dec 06 2022 19:17:54 GMT-0500 (GMT-05:00)