A Flutter Example
What’s Your Preference?
The plugin, shared_preferences, is offered to Flutter developers to store and read their app’s preferences in both the Android and the iOS platform. It wraps the NSUserDefaults (on iOS) and the SharedPreferences (on Android), providing persistent storage. Note, as of this writing, the plugin does not guarantee its writes to disk and suggests it not be used for storing critical data. As it is, it’s worked for me so far. So much so, I’ve adapted it fully for my apps.