Get users into your apps quickly and securely, using a registration system they already use and trust—their Google account.
- Add the Google Sign-In - The Google Sign-In button authenticates the user and manages the OAuth 2.0 flow, which simplifies your integration with the Google APIs.
- Get profile information - After you have signed in a user with Google, you can access the user's age range, language, and public profile information. If you request the email scope, you can also get their email address.
- Authenticate with a backend server - identify the currently signed-in user on a backend server
GoogleSignIn pod now takes form of a static framework. Import with #import <GoogleSignIn/GoogleSignIn.h> in Objective-C.
Adds module support. You can also use @import GoogleSignIn; in Objective-C, if module is enabled, and import GoogleSignIn in Swift without using a bridge-header.
For users of the stand-alone zip distribution, multiple frameworks are now provided and all need to be added to a project. This decomposition allows more flexibility in case of duplicated dependencies.
Removes deprecated method checkGoogleSignInAppInstalled from GIDSignIn.
Removes allowsSignInWithBrowser and allowsSignInWithWebView properties from GIDSignIn.
No longer requires adding bundle ID as a URL scheme supported by the app.