IRMA is a digital wallet on your own mobile phone, which carries personal information for making yourself known and for digital signing.
You can collect verified information about yourself, such as your name, age and address in the IRMA app and then use this information to log in to websites and to sign documents digitally. When using IRMA, you only reveal minimal information about yourself. To watch a particular movie or play a certain game online, you would, for instance, only prove that you are older than 16, and nothing else.
Personal information that you collect in the app is exclusively stored on your phone (rather than also in the cloud). Even the organization behind IRMA cannot see your information.
IRMA is produced and maintained by the Privacy by Design Foundation together with SIDN. It is freely available and open source. Find out more at: irma.app or at: privacybydesign.foundation/irma-en. For the IRMA software, see: github.com/privacybydesign.
Clarified message when requested information doesn't match what the user has.
Fixed crash on requesting only information the user does not have and can no longer obtain.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.