Discover the Apple technologies, features, and services you can integrate into your app or game.
AirPlay lets people stream media content wirelessly from iOS, macOS, and tvOS devices to Apple TV, HomePod, and AirPlay-enabled TVs and speakers.
On devices that include the Always-On Retina display, watchOS 8 and later can continue to display an app’s interface after a wearer drops their wrist.
An App Clip is a lightweight version of your app that lets people perform everyday tasks quickly, without downloading and installing your app.
Apple Pay is a secure, easy way to make payments for physical goods and services — as well as donations and subscriptions — in apps running on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, and on websites.
Augmented reality (or AR) lets you deliver immersive, engaging experiences that seamlessly blend virtual objects with the real world.
People can use CareKit apps to manage a chronic illness like diabetes, recover from an injury or surgery, or achieve health and wellness goals.
iPhone apps that appear on the car’s built-in display are optimized for the driving environment and meet the unique demands of the car.
The GameKit framework supports Game Center, a social gaming network available for games running in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS.
HealthKit is the central repository for health and fitness data in iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS.
HomeKit lets people securely control connected accessories in their homes using Siri or the Home app on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.
iCloud is a service that lets people seamlessly access the content they care about—photos, videos, documents, and more—from any device, without performing explicit synchronization.
People can use in-app purchase to pay for virtual goods — like premium content, digital goods, and subscriptions — securely within your app, regardless of the device on which it runs.
Live Photos lets people capture favorite memories in a sound- and motion-rich interactive experience that adds vitality to traditional still photos.
When you use Mac Catalyst to create a Mac version of your iOS app, you make your app available to a new audience and give existing users the opportunity to enjoy it in a new environment.
Machine learning is a powerful and versatile tool that can help you improve existing experiences and create new ones that people love.
A map displays outdoor or indoor geographical data in your app or on your website.
Near-field communication (NFC) enables devices within a few centimeters of each other to exchange information wirelessly.
Photo-editing extensions let people modify photos and videos within the Photos app by applying filters or making other changes.
A research app lets people everywhere participate in important medical research studies.
SharePlay helps people share activities — like viewing movies and listening to music — while they’re in a FaceTime call with others.
ShazamKit enables audio recognition by matching an audio sample against the ShazamKit catalog or a custom audio catalog.
Sign in with Apple
Sign in with Apple provides a fast, private way to sign into apps and websites, giving people a consistent experience they can trust and the convenience of not having to remember multiple accounts and passwords.
Siri makes it easy for people to accomplish everyday tasks quickly using voice, touch, or automation.
Tap to Pay on iPhone
Tap to Pay on iPhone lets merchants accept contactless payments using an enabled app on their iPhone, without connecting external hardware.
Wallet helps people view and manage rewards cards, boarding passes, tickets, gift cards, and more in one convenient place on their device.