The average enterprise has more than 500 cloud apps in use. However, fewer than 15% are enterprise-ready. Nearly half of all cloud app activities occur on mobile devices, yet most mobile apps don't support SSO.
Without mobile SSO users are foced to remember complex passwords and type them on tiny mobile device keyboards. This inevitably leads to forgotten passwords, locked accounts, and app abandonment.
With mobile SSO via SAML, the user faces a poor authentication user experience, being required to authenticate twice.
NAPPS is an OpenID standard for producing SSO for native apps on mobile devices.
Working with a NAPPS-capable Identity Provider, NAPPS enables federation across multiple apps.
Users can easily validate sessions, ensuring a more secure app experience.
Users log in to the OneLogin Mobile Launcher and are granted federated access to all of their apps.
No proliferation of forgotten app passwords
No clunky and inconsistent login sequences
No more (mis-)typing complex passwords on tiny mobile keyboards
Use our Napps Toolkit for Android or iOS to implement NAPPS with just a few lines of code
Leave the SSO heavy lifting to our NAPPS SDK and spend more time on your app's core functionality
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600+ apps in our catalog SAML-enabled using our open-source toolkits
We are driving the SCIM standard for user provisioning
We co-authored the NAPPS standard