Not use authentication screen

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Jun 24, 2021, 8:08:15 AM6/24/21
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Help me. 
 I want to use the Google Calendar API from my own iOS app.

 First, I experimented with the API key, but it was not adopted because it was necessary to publish the entire calendar.
 I then experimented with Outh2 authentication, but the only way was to display the Google authentication screen. 
Service account verification could not find a sample in the iOS app. 

 The app itself uses ID password authentication, so I don't want to add google authentication. 
Please give me some good advice.

Tori George

Jan 31, 2023, 11:55:10 AMJan 31
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Hello, did you figure this out. I am having the same issue. Thanks!!

David Phillip Oster

Jan 31, 2023, 9:18:07 PMJan 31
In my personal app that uses I use for sign in. It does require Outh2 authentication, and that  displays the Google authentication screen. My app is just a client of the Google Calendar API, showing the user their own data in a different U.I.

For a service account, where your server is contacting Google on behalf of your users, you should be reading

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