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Release Notes

The Login with Amazon SDK is bundled as part of the Amazon Apps & Services SDK. You can download the most recent version of these SDKs here. Below are the release notes specific to the Login with Amazon SDKs for Android/Fire and iOS.

SDK for Android

Version Release Date Notes
3.0.6 (current) May 7, 2019
  • Encrypt critical user data on the device database.
  • Backwards compatibility to version 2.x and 1.x
  • Note: After upgrading to this latest version, if you later decide to roll back to the previous version, any users will need to either clean their app data or uninstall and reinstall the app.
3.0.4 August 7, 2018
  • Compatibility with Android P
  • Bug fixes for token expiration if device timezone changes
  • Support for hiding progress spinner animation upon authorization
  • Backwards compatibility to version 2.x and 1.x
3.0.2 Mar 20, 2017
  • Updates to .jar file
  • Backwards compatible to version 2.x and 1.x
3.0.1 Feb 21, 2017
  • Bug fixes for Fire phone and Kindle devices.
  • Support for server side logout.
  • Bug fixes for getClientId and getRedirectURI APIs.
  • Backwards compatible to version 2.x and 1.x
3.0 Nov 03, 2016
  • Introduced new set of APIs with reduced amount of integration effort.
  • Support ‘interactive strategy’ to allow end user define whether to show, always show, or never show SignIn flow when calling the authorize API.
  • Support ‘grant type’ to allow end user define whether to request for authorization code or OAuth access token (default) when calling the authorize API.
  • Return user profile data (if requested) and OAuth access token (if requested) in result of the authorize API call.
  • Support calling regionalized endpoints in Europe and Japan.
  • Support independent integration with the Amazon Pay SDK.
  • Backwards compatible to version 2.x and 1.x

If you are using an older version of the Login with Amazon SDK for Android, see our migration guide for instructions on upgrading to the current version.

SDK for iOS

Version Release Date Notes
3.0.6.1 (current) Nov 15, 2019
  • Fixed typos in AMZNAuthorizeRequest.h
3.0.6 Apr 19, 2019
  • Fixed a bug where a space was not encoded properly in a URL used for the feature to remove the create account button from the sign-in page in LWA iOS version 3.0.5
3.0.5 Mar 20, 2019
  • Provides option in AMZNLWASettings to remove the create account button from the sign-in page
3.0.4 Jun 19, 2018
  • Fixed memory leak
3.0.3 Nov 10, 2017
  • Changed deployment target to iOS 8.0
  • Extended the interface of the Authorize API to allow for multiple scopes within a single request. Previously, multiple scopes would need to be obtained from sequential calls to the Authorize API, which results in multiple consent prompts for users
  • Introduced GetToken and CodePair APIs in AMZNCodePairManager to allow for customer authorization through Code-Based Linking (CBL)
3.0.2 Mar 28, 2017
  • Fixed app crashing issue caused by [AMZNScopeFactory scopeWithName:] method
  • Backwards compatible to version 2.x and 1.x
3.0.1 Dec 21, 2016
  • Fixed issue that the redirectUri property of AMZNAuthorizeResult class returns invalid content.
  • Backwards compatible to version 2.x and 1.x
3.0 Nov 03, 2016
  • Introduced new set of APIs with reduced amount of integration effort.
  • Support ‘interactive strategy’ to allow end user define whether to either show, always show, or never show SignIn flow when calling the authorize API.
  • Support ‘grant type’ to allow end user define whether to request for authorization code or OAuth access token (default) when calling the authorize API.
  • Return User profile data (if requested) and OAuth access token (if requested) in result of the authorize API call.
  • Support calling regionalized endpoints in Europe and Japan.
  • Support independent integration with the Amazon Pay SDK.
  • Backwards compatible to version 2.x and 1.x

Documentation Updates

Date Page Updated Notes
August 16, 2018 Add the Login with Amazon SDK for JavaScript Changed src location from https://api-cdn.amazon.com/sdk/login1.js to https://assets.loginwithamazon.com/sdk/na/login1.js in the JavaScript code sample that you add after the opening body tag. This change is needed because the JavaScript SDK file were migrated to a new CDN.