Check for a Hidden Sign in with Apple Address

Sign in with Apple is an Apple privacy program that uses your Apple ID to create a Ten Percent Happier app account. If you choose to hide your email address, we need the unique identifier assigned to your account by Apple to find it in our systems.

If you log into an app and choose the Sign in with Apple button, you're instructing the app to use your Apple ID and password for the purchase so you don't have to remember a separate set of credentials. If you also choose Hide My Email, you're asking Apple to create a unique, randomized email address so your personal email can stay private. Apple then generates a long string of letters and numbers that gets associated with your account.

Check Your iPhone Settings for a Hidden Sign in with Apple Address

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone/iPad.
  2. Tap Your Name at the top of the screen.
  3. Tap Sign-In & Security.
  4. Tap Sign in with Apple (and enter your Apple ID password if prompted).
  5. If Ten Percent is listed please tap it.
  6. If there's a string of letters and numbers under This App Received, please send that string to us so we can look it up. This is the unique identifier Apple assigned to your account.

If you have any questions about Sign in with Apple please check out these articles on Apple's website: