Where to Save FNMT Digital Certificate on iPhone

In today’s digital age, having a digital certificate installed on your iPhone is crucial. This certificate, issued by the National Currency and Stamp Factory (FNMT), significantly speeds up administrative processes with various government agencies such as the Tax Agency and Social Security. It can also be used on apps like ‘My Citizen Folder’ and ‘myDGT’.

If you are unsure of how to save your digital certificate on your iPhone, it is recommended to store it in the iCloud Drive folder. This ensures that the certificate is safely backed up in the cloud and can be accessed from other devices like Mac, iPad, Windows PCs, and even Android phones.

Saving the digital certificate in iCloud Drive also ensures that it remains secure even if your iPhone is lost or formatted. Apple offers 5 GB of free cloud storage, which is sufficient for storing files like the digital certificate.

To make it easier to access the certificate, consider creating a dedicated folder called “Digital Certificate” in iCloud Drive. This will help you quickly locate the certificate when needed.

To verify if the digital certificate is installed on your iPhone, go to Settings > General > VPN and Device Management. If the certificate is installed, it should appear under ‘Settings Profile’. If not, you can follow the traditional installation method through the Files app.

Having a digital certificate on your iPhone is essential for efficient and secure interactions with government agencies and online services. By safely storing it in iCloud Drive, you can ensure easy access and peace of mind in case of device loss or restoration.