Login issues with Kakao.Auth.authorize()

Another question is, in the safari browser, when the kakao talk app is not installed, use Kakao.Auth.authorize() to log in, how to specify the final jump address of the page?

If you don’t have a Kakao Talk app, it’s usually as follows.
The procedure below is the same regardless of the presence or absence of the Kakao Talk app.

(1) Click the Kakao Login button on the site
(2) Go to kauth
(3) Go to Redirect URI
(4) Landing from Redirect URI to the desired page

You must be able to log in to the service or register as a member at this stage.

JavaScript | Kakao Developers JavaScript

  redirectUri: '${REDIRECT_URI}'

Is there a way for me to tell if the user has the kakao talk app installed?


If “User-Agent” is mobile, call the Intent scheme. (iOS UniversalLink)

Android is judged as a call failure, and iOS is judged by Universal Link.

Users do not need to judge and do not provide the function to judge.

I am a mobile page and use it in safari. Is there any kakao api support?

Are you talking about the API that determines whether it is installed or not?

JS SDK does not have an API that determines whether or not KakaoTalk is installed.

(Only internal processing.)


I opened it with the safari browser, and after the login was completed, it did not automatically jump back to the browser.


What happens if I choose the part shown above?

Go back to the Safari browser and log in successfully.
However, shouldn’t it automatically return to the safari browser?

Login issues with Kakao.Auth.authorize() - tim.l님의 글 #20

This cannot be automatically returned to the previous app with iOS policy and must be returned to user action.
This is iOS’s policy.

If this is inconvenient, don’t log in through Kakao Talk, but set it up to log in through Kakao account login page.

throughTalk : false