We’ve got a great two factor authentication round up for you today.
Learn more about how, even in today’s app economy, phone numbers are still one of the most valuable ways to verify users. Phone numbers offerer a great identity method for modern apps, and here is why.
Also, we recently wrote an article about smartphone verification and how modern apps and making two factor authentication more convenient for today’s users. Read the article about two factor authentication being the perfect match for security and convenience.
Many Sinch partners ask us, “Is phone verification more effective than email verification?”. We’ve written an article to answer just that question. (Hint: the answer is yes).
Finally, learn about how two factor authentication is making apps more secure.
Christian has written a very detailed tutorial on how to verify a phone number in Swift. Follow the tutorial with sample code and get started with two factor authentication. If you want a more detailed walkthrough of verifying phone numbers in Swift, watch our extended video with Christian where he guides you through the process.
If you want to get started with Flash Call verification on Android, follow our great tutorial on how to verify phone numbers using Sinch’s Flash Call technology.
Finally, build your own two factor authentication system with our .NET backend walkthrough.
Verification serves as an effective method for securing your user base, reducing fraudulent or duplicate signups, and for two-factor authentication (requiring user to be in possession of the phone during signup). Sinch verification products can be integrated into your Android,… read more
We’ve given you some of the reasons verification is useful and becoming increasingly necessary, notably: Phone numbers serve as a username with longevity Reduce fraudulent or duplicate signups Two factor authentication (require user to be in possession of a phone… read more
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