Release notes

May 2021


Streamlined approach to branding

  • All paid branding features are now located in the ‘Branding’ tab of your profile settings. From there you can set up your own branding on WebSDK and email notifications, such as logos, texts, css and external links to your domain.

Google Play/TestFlight

SumSub – KYC/AML and Identity Verification App

  • Sumsub applications for Android and iOs are now available for public testing. Feel free to try them out at for iOs and – for Android

April 2021

Mobile SDK

Skipping verification screens

  • We added functionality for simplifying verification flows, allowing certain screens to be skipped. This is another way to match the Sumsub interface to your website.

Mobile SDK

Document requirements tips

  • Short tips for users that help upload specific document types.

March 2021

Mobile SDK

Streamlined document and country selection

  • A drop-down menu where applicants can choose their document types and the issuing country.

Mobile SDK

Country and document type selector switch

  • Customers can disable selecting identity document types and countries of issue for certain verification levels.

Global settings

AML screening levels

  • Customers can adjust PEP levels and select the specific crimes applicants are screened for in accordance with their risk policies.


Email and phone number validation

  • The results of email and phone number verification are available for review.


Modular approach

  • Customers using the API integration can match Sumsub’s interface to their website design.

MobileSDK and WebSDK

Unified Customization

  • Customers can change the verification interface in mobile and web SDK and all plugins in the same way.


Account details section

  • An ‘account details’ section has been added where you can keep information about your business which is automatically used in the Data Processing Agreement.

February 2021

Operators panel

Authenticity warnings

  • To make things more convenient for operators, the system displays short notes highlighting issues related to photos with low digital trust scores.