Storing Credentials

Each user downloads a compatible wallet app and creates a digital profile, as required. The profile might include a live selfie, valid ID, and date of birth. The compatible wallet app includes a unique application ID that is used for communication. This ID is paired with a unique public or private key-pair.

In the wallet app, using the QR code or email or SMS link, the user opens and approves the credential issuance into their wallet.

Sample Mobile Wallet App

If you want to leverage our sample Mobile Wallet Apps below, you can download them and install them on your iOS or Android device. We have also included the Android package names and the iOS bundle IDs and Digital Wallet link below for your setup in PingOne.

Note: if you are leveraging your own mobile app, you need to embed our mobile SDKs below and provide the appropriate bundle IDs and package names for your own setup.

  • Android Sample Mobile Wallet
  • iOS Sample Mobile Wallet To use this software, we recommend downloading the source and building it locally. No modifications should be necessary. If you are a Ping employee, please refer to the internal Slack channel for PingOne Credentials.

For PingOne Wallet App Connection of your environment to the sample apps (iOS, Android) you'll need the following Android package name/iOS bundle ID and Digital Wallet Link. When making the connection. Universal/App Link is not important.

Android Package Name: com.pingidentity.shocard

iOS Bundle ID: com.pingidentity.PingOneWalletSample

Digital Wallet Link:

Mobile SDKs

Mobile SDK Documentation

See our PingOne Neo Mobile Wallet SDK Reference for further information.