Twitter now lets you sign in with your Apple ID account as the company rolls out support for a new authentication method, including the “Sign in with Apple” feature.
Sign In with Apple
Apple isn't a stranger to antitrust lawsuits. And now the company is facing yet another. This time around it's dealing with "Sign in with Apple".
If you’ve taken advantage of the Sign in with Apple option for apps and services, you may have lost track of the apps you’ve used it for. And if you sign up for an app that you end up removing from your device, it’s doubtful you want to keep it on your list.
Here, we’ll show you how to see the apps using your Apple ID and remove those you no longer want to use with Sign in with Apple.
You can check the list of apps and services for which you used Sign in with Apple on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or online.
Well, it was relatively quiet on the Apple/Epic Games/Fortnite front, but that's changed this week.
Photoshop maker Adobe today updated the mobile Creative Cloud app for iPhone and iPad with support for the new privacy-preserving Sign in with Apple feature.
When you visit a new website or sign in to a new app or service, you're often prompted to create a new account, giving up personal information like your email address, requiring you to make a password you'll remember, and often having to go through an intrusive and frustrating process before you can even start using your new download. Keeping track of this info is a burden and putting that personal info in strangers' hands can leave you feeling unsafe. That's why Apple created Sign in with Apple. It's a new way to sign up or sign in to apps and websites using your Apple ID instead of having to create a new account. The intent by Apple is "to respect your privacy and keep you in control of your personal information."
So if you’ve seen this option on an app or website but weren’t quite sure about its workings, we’re here to help. Here’s how to use and manage Sign in with Apple.
The OpenID Foundation has openly questioned Sign In with Apple, a new feature in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina 10.15 that permits customers to log into web sites and apps using their Apple ID account without divulging personal details, such as their names or email addresses.
At this year's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, Apple took some time to announce a brand new, secure way to log into websites and applications. The new "Sign in with Apple" is meant to help customers navigate the internet, their favorite sites and apps, and keep things a bit more anonymous along the way. And despite having a competing button with a very different outlook, Google's login chief likes Apple's methodology.
We're still swimming in all of the announcements Apple has made thus far during its WWDC keynote, but one in particular we knew was worth a quick mention is the new Sign in with Apple feature. As the name indicates, users will soon be able to login to third-party apps and services using their Apple ID and password.