Popular Swift iOS Chart Libraries

The majority of iOS developers are either in the process of learning or now fully developing in Swift.

I wanted to do a quick round up of the three most highly rated Swift iOS Charts libraries on incrediblecode.com. These were chosen on popularity, the variety of charts and functionality.


A great place to start is the popular and aptly named Charts. Written in Swift for iOS, tvOS & OSX. It is worth noting however that the demo project is in Objective C.

This library gives us 8 different chart types:

Line, Bar, Combined, Pie, Scatter, Candlestick, Bubble & Radar

And lots of options such as

  • Scaling on both axes (with touch-gesture, axes separately or pinch-zoom).
  • Dragging / Panning with touch-gesture and combined-Charts (line, bar, scatter, candlestick, bubble).
  • Customizable Axes (both x- and y-axis) and highlighting values (with customizable popup-views).
  • Saving charts to camera-roll and export to PNG/JPEG. Legends are generated automatically but also customizable.
Charts Example Bubble


This is a highly customizable charts library for iOS including:

  • Bar (plain, stacked, grouped, horizontal, vertical)
  • Scatter, Line (straight/cubic/custom path generator)
  • Area, bubble, multiple axes.
  • Candle. Everything is customizable such as colors, views, units, labels, animations, interactions, axes, etc.

Creation of arbitrary markers is made easy with overlays, info views, etc.

It uses a modular architecture which should allow for easy creation of new chart types or to add effects.

Bubble Gradient Bar Mapping

3. PNChart-Swift — This is the swift version of the original PNChart objective C library.

It has some nice animations and supports:

  • Bar
  • Line
  • Radar
  • Pie
  • Scatter charts.
PNChart Examples

If you have any additions to this list please hit us up and let us know.

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