About Sign in with Apple
When you see a Sign in with Apple button on a participating app or website, it means you can set up an account using your Apple ID. No need to use a social media account, fill out forms, or choose another new password.
Sign in with Apple is built from the ground up to respect your privacy and keep you in control of your personal information. It works natively on iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, and in any browser.
Privacy and security
- At your first sign in, apps and websites can ask only for your name and email address to set up an account for you.
- You can use Hide My Email—Apple's private email relay service—to create and share a unique, random email address that forwards to your personal email. This lets you receive useful messages from the app without sharing your personal email address. Learn more about how Hide My Email works.
- Sign in with Apple won’t track or profile you as you use your favorite apps and websites. Apple retains only the information that’s needed to make sure you can sign in and manage your account.
- Security is built in to Sign in with Apple with two-factor authentication. If you use an Apple device, you can sign in and re-authenticate with Face ID or Touch ID anytime.
Use Sign in with Apple
To use Sign in with Apple, tap the Sign in with Apple button on a participating app or website, review your information, and sign in quickly and securely with Face ID, Touch ID, or your device passcode.
Learn how to use Sign in with Apple on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or web browser.
You need to be signed in with your Apple ID in System Preferences > Apple ID on your Mac or Settings > [your name] on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You also need two-factor authentication turned on. Learn more.
- If you don't see a Sign in With Apple button, that app or website doesn't support Sign in With Apple yet.
- Sign in with Apple is not available for children under 13 years old. This age may vary by country or region.
- Learn how to review the apps you use with Sign in with Apple.
- If you need help signing into or updating your Apple ID, or changing your account information, learn what to do.