Our latest Nami release has shipped to help you deliver even better subscription-based experiences on Apple iOS. This release includes new features and improvements to our backend APIs, the Control Center, and our SDK.
You can now use the Nami Control Center to manage whether your paywalls show Restore or Sign-in controls.
Restore allows your users to restore previously bought in-app purchases so they don’t need to purchase again.
Note: Apple App Review currently requires Restore Purchases functionality on your paywall.
Tip: The Nami SDK provides a Restore Purchase callback in NamiStoreKitHelper so you can present messaging when the restore flow is complete.
Sign-In give your users a way to authenticate with your system and access paid products purchased outside of the App Store ecosystem, such as via your web site.
Tip: If you only sell subscriptions via your mobile app, you should turn off the Sign-In control.
Pro Tip: If you want to use Sign-In, the Nami SDK provides a callback so you can implement your sign-in workflow.
Additionally, if you’d like to display specific Purchase Terms directly on your paywall, just enter the language under your paywall’s legal tab.
If you have feedback, please email us.
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