Android SDK, Passkey Flex in public beta, and more

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June 2, 2023

What's in this changelog?

  • First release of our Android SDK!
  • Passkey Flex in public beta
  • Conditional UI support in Passage Elements
  • Console updates to improve developer experience

Android SDK

It’s been a long time coming, but you can now use Passage in your native Android applications with our brand new Android SDK! Our Android SDK is available in Maven Central and can be used in Android apps with version 13+. For more information, get started with our docs and check out our example app on the Play Store.

Passkey Flex in Public Beta

We are excited to announce that Passkey Flex (previously called Express) is moved out of private beta and into public beta. Passkey Flex lets developers add passkey support alongside their existing authentication schemes. It is a great way to start giving your users the option of passkeys and slowly migrate over time to a fully passwordless solution. Thanks to all the developers who gave us feedback during the private beta. Check out the docs to get started and let us know what you think! Feel free to contact with any questions or feedback.

Passkey Autofill

We’ve added support for passkey autofill (often referred to as Conditional UI) in our elements. Users who have up-to-date versions or Chrome, Safari, or native applications can now use autofill capabilities with their passkeys. That means instead of typing their email address, they will immediately be shown a list of available passkeys for a website and can select the one they want.

Console Improvements

We’ve made a number of improvements the Passage Console over the last month. We’ve introduce a new save pattern that is much more intuitive and easy to use. We’ve also improved the app creation process for Complete and Flex applications.