Growing an active user base is a top priority for all developers. The
streamlined UX of Google's Identity products help get you more signed-in
users while also strengthening the security of your app. Once your users are
signed in, you can easily deepen your integration with Google's products
like YouTube, Drive, and Contacts. To determine which identity solution is
most appropriate for your project, refer to the table below.
iOS, Android, Web, C++, Unity, Servers
- Easily implement a complete authentication solution with only a
few lines of code.
- Supports password-based sign-in, as well as federated identity
providers such as Google Sign-In or Facebook Login.
- Out-of-the-box support for advanced functionality such as account
linking, anonymous accounts or password resets.
- Optionally, use our open source UI components optimized for
reducing user friction and maximizing conversions.
Smart Lock for Passwords
- Enable one-tap sign-up in your Android app.
- Sign in returning users automatically to your Android app or web
site users on Chrome. Smart Lock will remember your user's password
or whether they signed in through a federated identity provider such
as Facebook or Google.
- Quickly streamline your app or website with simple client API
| TVs & Devices
- Get users into your apps quickly and securely using the Google
Accounts they already have.
- Create a seamless experience across devices for your users. Users
sign in once and are authenticated on all of their devices.
- Enable over-the-air installation of Android apps when users sign
in to your websites.
- Integrate Google's services into your websites and mobile
Plain OAuth 2.0
Cloud and server applications (service accounts)
- Use Google APIs from web applications that do not let users sign
in with their Google accounts.
- Use Google APIs in applications that are installed on devices such
as computers and mobile devices that are not based on Android or
- Use Google APIs from applications that use service accounts to
access the applications' own data, rather than users' data.