Apple ID is now available as a login method to Stampede Guest WiFi. This latest addition to our captive portal further enhances the user experience for Apple device users.
The one-time login process with Apple ID is faster than typing (faster than we can type anyway). It comes with all the expected security features that go hand in hand with Apple ID. A user can login using Apple ID and remain anonymous to the network owner with just the settings in their profile. Additionally, if the user wants to receive updates and offers from the venue, they can enable this while still keeping their information private.
These new login features are exclusive to the Stampede Guest WiFi solution and are the first of their kind to be used this way.
There are also benefits to the businesses using our Guest WiFi who choose to enable Apple ID login. The number of customers using the Guest WiFi will increase with a faster, easier and trusted login. More customers using their Guest WiFi grows their database. This results in more people to contact via email and more reliable analytics data. The familiar “Sign in with Apple” button will be a welcome sight to many consumers, and following this facial recognition or biometrics – like fingerprint – can log you in.
This new login process for our captive portal solution adds to the current options of social WiFi (logging in using a social network profile such as Facebook) and more traditional data capture fields (such as email address and phone number)
Setting Up Apple ID Login
To enable Sign in with Apple on your Stampede Guest WiFi, head to “Login Design” in left-hand navigation. Under the “Capture” tab you will find the slider button to activate Apple ID login at your venue(s). The button will only show to users attempting to connect on an Apple device.
Not sure how many people use Apple devices in your venue right now? Head over to “Analytics” then to the “Devices” section. Here you will be able to see a breakdown of venue visitors based on device, operating system and browser. By exploring “Devices” for Apple products or “Operating Systems” for iOS or OSX you’ll be able to understand the volumes of customers likely to use Apple ID login.