I'm sure it will eventually be released in the store (and, for one, I'm ready to pay for it).Not sure if I actually got an answer to my question...when will this client make it to an official app release in the App store ?
The requirement only applies to apps that offer third-party sign-in options, so SQRL clients are in the clear.The real question is, what happens to the industry once iOS 13 ships and Apple starts requiring apps to use Login with AppleID or face rejection from the App Store? And furthermore, will a SQRL client fall into that category? If Apple doesn't allow the app in the store, it's a good as dead.
(Technically I think it's only required to offer Login with AppleID if you are offering any form of login with Facebook, google, etc, but I don't know the specific rules yet).
If Apple maliciously interprets what SQRL is then sure, they could find a way to refuse clients from the App Store. Also, a giant asteroid could hit the planet and wipe out civilization, in which case all this work would be for naught.How do you know? Isn't SQRL itself a third-party sign-in option? I know it's not literally a "third party" sign-in, but it might be interpreted that way since it's not made by Apple, and hence not 1st party, and not made by an Apple partner, hence not 2nd party.