Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has finally rolled out the anonymous login tool for apps, which was announced during the F8 conference held in 2014. The new feature allows the users to gain more control over their privacy.
Last year, in the official Facebook blog, the social media giant has announced two new features – Anonymous Login and Facebook Login. Anonymous Login lets the users to login into their account using the apps more privately and at the same time, using another option, the user can use their account with “better privacy control settings”.
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Once, some of the Facebook users’ complaints regarding the that app require more information about the users to use it, and the user mentioned that he/she need more control over the information required by the applications.
Last year, Facebook mentioned in its blog,
“Anonymous Login lets people log in to apps, so they don’t have to remember usernames and passwords, but it doesn’t share personal information from Facebook. People can decide later if they want to share any additional information, once they understand more about the apps.”
According to the statistics, more than 10 billion times, people has logged into their Facebook Login. The all-new Anonymous Login is being tested and will be soon implemented for the real time usage. At the same time, Facebook has planned to implement new Facebook Login in upcoming months, and this one, ask the users – what sort of features to be shared with the application.
The upcoming new Facebook Login, even ask the users to give permission to post the information to the Facebook wall. Also, it unveiled a new dashboard design, where the Facebook users can see a list of applications and also removes the apps entirely. Soon, the new redesigned application control panel will be released and it allows the users to track all sorts of information about the connected applications.
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