Integrate Apple's "Hide My Email" with Privacy.com in 1Password?

With the WWDC 2021 announcement of "Hide my email" feature, it looks like an opportunity for 1P to combine with your Privacy.com interface to make a sort of "Signin with apple" and "Apple Pay" replacement. (except new password for each site).

Any thoughts on this?


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  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @rwhitey!

    Thank you for the suggestion :) Whether using Apple's "Hide my email" service or not (I am not sure if the feature is actually available to third party developers at the moment), I think having some sort of random username or email generator would be nice, I have let the developers know that you would like to see this :+1:

    ref: dev/projects/customer-feature-requests#120

  • @ag_ana Hi. Thanks for the response :) . The thing is with "Hide my email" there would be a functioning email (i.e. user's appleid email) behind the alias. So maybe only useful to users with apple ids? But isn't everyone?

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    @rwhitey

    I couldn't find any APIs that developers can use to integrate Apple's "Hide My Email" feature into their apps. That said, I think there is room for us to build something like this. 👀

    Ben

  • @Ben @ag_ana

    So unless agile wants to host email relays (do you?) then maybe settle on email providers that allow on the fly aliasing. I use ProtonMail which accepts email's of the form [email protected] I think paid Gmail (Suite?) allows similar.

    Finally one of your competitors (Abine) offers a set of services that to me are compelling they bundle them under the "Blur" product line. Includes password management, email relay with randomized email addresses, a private virtual card like Privacy.com and also virtual phone numbers that may be used for SMS MFA.

    It would be sweet to offer a bundle like that under the Agilebits name and tech expertise. It would be worth a price bump in my opinion.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Thank you again for the suggestions @rwhitey, it's certainly something that our development team can discuss for the future :+1:

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