toLocaleStringwith fallback options
Just plug in the values you need and see how the count-up animation will look like on your website or app.
Web and Mobile share the same props and methods. The full list can be found on the use-count-up Github page.
toLocaleString works as expected on iOS. On Android it works with React Native after 0.59 version according to this post. In any case you are covered with fallback options.
I am more than certain that React Native developers are very skilled. So all you need to do is modify the prop values on the left and see the result live in the right field.
Didn't you find what you were looking for? Check out the full
use-count-up documentation on the Github page.