- Authentication. Amplify Flutter is an interface that authenticates a user. It allows use cases such as Sign-Up, Sign In, and Multi-Factor authentication. It provides authorization to other Amplify categories. It also supports identity and user pools in Cognito.
- Storage. Amplify Flutter allows you to manage user content in your app’s public, private, or protected storage buckets. It supports upload, download, and deletion of objects, and by default, it supports Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3).
- Analytics. Amplify Flutter allows you to collect tracking data from authenticated and unauthenticated users in Amazon Pinpoint. You can easily record events, and extend the default functionality to include custom metrics or attributes, as needed.
You can find more information on the Amplify Fly documentation page.