Anima supports Figma’s native Click action to trigger the following actions: Open Links - A link to an external website; Overlay - A link that displays a frame (webpage) over the existing one it was clicked from; Navigate to - This is a simple action which takes you from one frame in a prototype to another.
This is one of Figma's downsides at the moment IMO. There's no real way to organise a prototype in the way that InVision can. What i've been doing is using a combination of Marvel and Figma in order to sync artboards using their Dropbox feature. Point your Exports to a Dropbox Folder and Marvel will take care of much of it.
If you want a single plugin from which you can convert your design into the web, android, ios.. then Figma to code plugin is for you.. you can convert your design into the web using tailwindcss option, and by using the flutter option you can convert your element into flutter code i.e. android.. and for ios, you can go with SwiftUI code option..