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    <span style="font-weight: bold; font-size: 110%;">Internal Note: </span><br />
We currently support WeChat login only through web integrations via the JavaScript SDK. That said, as with all Social providers, the responsibility is ultimately on the customer to get their application approved. Gigya can assist and advise, but we really cannot guarantee that WeChat will approve the submission.

 

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<span class="blackedOut">Regarding Native Mobile Login, (iOS and Android), product is willing to commit to a 6-month development timeline if the customer has a WeChat application that is already approved, and gives us permission to use the app credentials for testing.</span>

 

(The following is not applicable to WeChat Developer Accounts)

Client should have an ICP license as their site operates in mainland China for application creation.
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User: Joseph Taylor<br />
Comment ID: 4693b95acb8b4ce0a8d57b8cc5f5e0de<br />
Submitted on: 08/08/2016 at 04:28 PM<br />
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Additionally, Mobile-web login does not work with the current version of WeChat.

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