How to Fix the Facebook Login Integration Issue for Your iOS App
If you have submitted your iOS app to the Facebook App Center, you may have received a warning message saying: \"Your iOS app does not appear to have Facebook Login integration. Please either implement Facebook Login or remove this integration as a listed platform in the developer app.\"
This message means that Facebook could not detect the Facebook Login feature in your app, which is required for apps that use Facebook services such as sharing, app events, or graph API. If you have implemented Facebook Login in your app, you may need to check the following steps to make sure it works properly:
Make sure you have added your app's bundle identifier to the Facebook App Dashboard under Settings > Basic > iOS.
Make sure you have configured your app's Info.plist file with the correct values for FacebookAppID, FacebookClientToken, FacebookDisplayName, and CFBundleURLSchemes. You can find these values in the Facebook App Dashboard under Settings > Basic > iOS.
Make sure you have imported the Facebook SDK for iOS in your project and initialized it in your AppDelegate.swift file. You can follow the instructions here: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/ios/getting-started/
Make sure you have added the Facebook Login button to your app's user interface and implemented the login logic in your view controller. You can follow the instructions here: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/ios
Make sure you have tested your app's Facebook Login feature on a real device and not just on a simulator. Some features may not work on a simulator.
Make sure you have provided clear instructions on how to access the Facebook Login feature in your app when you submit it for review. For example, you can specify which screen or menu contains the login button, or provide screenshots or videos of the login process.
If you have not implemented Facebook Login in your app, and you do not intend to use any Facebook services that require it, you can simply remove it as a listed platform in the developer app. To do this, go to the Facebook App Dashboard, select your app, and navigate to Settings > Basic > iOS. Then click on Remove Platform at the bottom of the page.
We hope this article helps you resolve the Facebook Login integration issue for your iOS app. If you have any questions or feedback, please contact us at email@example.com.
Benefits of Facebook Login Integration for Your iOS App
Facebook Login is a feature that allows users to log into your app with their Facebook credentials, without having to create a separate account or password. By integrating Facebook Login in your app, you can provide a seamless and secure user experience, as well as access various Facebook services that can enhance your app's functionality and engagement. Some of the benefits of Facebook Login integration are:
You can personalize your app's content and features based on the user's profile information, preferences, and social graph. For example, you can show the user's name and profile picture, recommend content or products based on their likes and interests, or enable social features such as commenting, liking, or sharing.
You can increase your app's reach and virality by enabling users to share their app activity on Facebook. For example, you can prompt users to post a story when they complete a level, unlock an achievement, or make a purchase in your app. You can also use app events to track and measure the performance of your app's sharing features.
You can simplify your app's authentication and security by relying on Facebook's robust infrastructure and best practices. For example, you can use Facebook's two-factor authentication, encryption, and anti-fraud systems to protect your users' accounts and data. You can also use Facebook's login permissions system to request only the data that you need from your users, and respect their privacy settings and preferences.
To learn more about how to integrate Facebook Login in your iOS app, please visit the following resources:
Facebook Login for iOS - https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/ios
Facebook Login Best Practices - https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/best-practices