The Web3Auth Android SDK is a client-side library you can use with your Android app to authenticate users using Web3Auth. For using Web3Auth natively in Android, Web3Auth provides an Android SDK written in Kotlin. It returns a private key generated in a non-custodial way on successful user authentication. This authentication can be achieved by using any social login options that Web3Auth supports or using a custom authentication flow of your choice.
This Documentation is based on
4.0.8 SDK Version.
- Android API version
- Android Compile and Target SDK:
- Basic knowledge of Java or Kotlin Development.
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