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First Release of Guardian Whitelabel SDK

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First Release of Guardian Whitelabel SDK

The Guardian Mobile SDK helps developers leverage an already secure, tested, and existing solution for building and enhancing their mobile apps.

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On November 23, 2016, we tagged the first release of Guardian for iOS and Android, a white label SDK to help users, developers, and organizations build their own authenticator and Guardian-like applications. Read on to find out how it works and how you can use it in your projects!

White-Label Multifactor

You can use the Guardian Mobile SDKs for iOS and Android to build your own white-label multifactor authentication application with complete control over the branding and look-and-feel.

White label Multifactor

Guardian

Guardian is Auth0's multifactor authentication solution that provides a simple and secure way to implement Multifactor Authentication. It also supports push notifications, removing the need for one-time passcodes for a truly frictionless multifactor experience.

The Guardian app can be downloaded from the App Store or from Google Play.

With the Guardian SDK (iOS and Android), you can build your own custom mobile applications that work like Guardian or integrate some Guardian functionalities, such as receiving push notifications in your existing mobile applications.

A typical scenario could be that while building a banking app, you make use of the Guardian SDK in your existing mobile app to receive and confirm push notifications when someone performs an ATM transaction.

How Can I Use it?

Take a look at the iOs and Android docs. You can also just enable push notifications and SMS by toggling the buttons below from the Auth0 dashboard.

Enable Push Notifications and SMSPush notifications and SMS.

Conclusion

The Guardian Mobile SDK opens up a myriad of opportunities for developers and organizations wishing to leverage an already secure, tested, and existing solution for building and enhancing their mobile apps. 

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mobile ,sdk ,guardian ,app development

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