Native iOS SDK

iOS is a mobile operating system created and developed by Apple Inc. exclusively for its hardware.

The latest Stable Version is V2.0

Let's Get your iOS App running with FACEKI SDK


  1. Xcode 13

Xcode 13 adds powerful new team development features, perfect for working with Xcode Cloud as well as with GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab collaboration features. Initiate, review, comment, and merge pull requests directly within Xcode. See your teammates’ comments right inside your code. And quickly compare any two versions of your code files.

2. iOS CocoaPod

CocoaPods is a dependency manager for Swift and Objective-C Cocoa projects. It has over 87 thousand libraries and is used in over 3 million apps. CocoaPods can help you scale your projects elegantly.

View Quick Guide steps first


iOS CocoaPod Integration

1. Create a new Xcode Project.

2. Choose app in-app template.

3. Add unique Bundle Identifier, set product name and organization identifier.

Apple Developer Account Setup

4. Create an Apple Developer account ID and login & Select Identifiers and click + icon.

5. Select App IDs in Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles Tab.

6. Select App as a type.

7. Add your bundle ID mentioned in the project created and description. Now select App groups in the capabilities.

8. Go to signing and capabilities and select teams with Apple developer account linked to it and. Click on the capabilities button.

9. Select app groups in capabilities

10. Add App group - “ ”

11. To use Faceki API, you need to register any of Faceki packages on the link then access Dashboard >> Integration >> Client-ID

12. Click on the hidden eyes and securely copy the Client ID (token).

Please don't share the token with anybody, highly secure and confidential

13. Copy the Client ID from the project and keep it safe and secure

14. Faceki Framework is available through Github link

15. Create a new Xcode Project with a View Controller

16. To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.

17. To install KYC-iOS-Native POD, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod 'KYC-iOS-Native', :git => ''

18. Edit the source file in which you want to initiate Faceki SDK with your email and token, user can Simply add a button in his Project to initiate the Pod Library, the user needs to copay paste this code in his code file.

let smManagerVC = Logger.initiateSMSDK(setClientID : "YOUR_FACEKI_CLIENTID", userEmail: "YOUR_FACEKI_EMAIL") navigationController?.pushViewController(smManagerVC, animated: true)You can also check out FACEKI's Github 

19. User needs to give Camera Usage permission in info.plist of Xcode project.

Good to know: depending on the product you're building, it can be useful to explicitly document use cases. Got a product that can be used by a bunch of people in different ways? Maybe consider splitting it out!

Arabic Language

To disable the Arabic language, then after you install POD, In "KYC-iOS-Native" folder there is "MainFACEKI.storyboard" open that file you will see two localize string files.

MainFACEKI.strings(Arabic) & MainFACEKI.strings(English)

Copy Text of English file and then paste that into Arabic file (First clean all texts from Arabic File)

Edit Splash Screen

To change the Splash screen, just replace the image with your splash image here


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