Do native client and regular web client need to use different Auth0 application?

I think there is not much difference between Auth0 application for native and regular web.
Using two different applications makes user management and the server much complicated

Hi @json,

Welcome to the Auth0 Community!

Yes, you should create a seperate application for each.

For example, Google OAuth doen’t need separate application for each.

They are quite different. A native app is running on a user’s device, a public client, vs. a regular web app that is served from a secure server. This fundamental difference dictates which OAuth flow is used.

Google OAuth also logically separates native apps and server side (regular) web apps.

Using two different applications shouldn’t make much of a difference in term of complication. Outside of the initial setup and having to manage two different client id/secrets.

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