Published in


User Authentication with Face ID/Touch ID in SwiftUI

Authentication is important to keep your user’s information safe but asking for a username and password every time they land on your app can spoil the experience. Face ID or Touch ID (AKA. Biometric Authentication) provides a convenient way to authenticate users without the need to enter a username and password.

Your app users can rely on biometric authentication like Face ID or Touch ID to enable secure, effortless access to the app. As a fallback option, and for devices without biometry, passcode or password serves a similar purpose.



-- is all about sharing knowledge by practical means. We focus on solving real world challenges via code.

Recommended from Medium

Map, CompactMap, and FlatMap in Swift

TripMode 3.0.4 Release Notes

React Native vs Swift: Which to Choose for an iOS App

New in SwiftUI 3: TimelineView in SwiftUI 3 and iOS 15

HoverEffect in SwiftUI

Drag & Drop in SwiftUI

Unifying Table and Collection Views Presentation Logic Within MVVM. Part 1

AirPlay Implementation in AVPlayer

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store


DevTechie creates tutorials at Also video courses on: and courses on:

More from Medium

Creating Bar Chart in SwiftUI

Navigation View Style in SwiftUI

TextField In SwiftUI: A Deep Dive — Part 1

SwiftUI LazyVGrid and LazyHGrid