How can I sign in with Google / Apple?
Updated over a week ago

Why should I sign in with Google/ Apple?

"Signing in with Google/Apple" makes it easy to access your Qonto account without the need to remember passwords. It's also safer than using a password. Click to learn more about the security standards provided by Google and Apple.

What are the Sign in options available?

You can log in to your Qonto account via the following methods:

  1. Email and password

  2. Sign in with Google

  3. Sign in with Apple

We highly recommend using "Sign in with Google" or "Sign in with Apple" while opening an account or accessing an existing one.

"Sign in with Google" is available on all device, and "Sign in with Apple" is available from iOS 13.

If you used Apple's "Hide My Email" feature when you opened your Qonto account, you must continue to use it when signing in. Just use the same forwarded email address provided by Apple.

💡 In the future, if you want to revoke Qonto's access to your Apple email, remember to first change the email address associated with your Qonto account.

Where can I sign in with Google or/and Apple?

This feature is available both for:

  1. Account opening:

2. Qonto app login:

If you opened your account before the Google /Apple sign-In options were available and now want to use them:

You can log in using any authentication method, as long as you use the same email address associated with your Qonto account.

For example: if you used [email protected] to sign up and set a password, you can still log in via Google using the same address.

If you initially set up your account by signing in with Google/Apple and now want to create a password:

You can set up a password by clicking on Forgot Password on the login page. You will receive an email to reset your password.

💡 Make sure you use the password that you set up for your Qonto account and not the password that you use to sign in to your Google / Apple account. In case it does not work, please reset your password by clicking on the Forgot Password link.

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