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comment Is it ok to require users to have a third party login account?
Great blog post, thanks.
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accepted Is it ok to require users to have a third party login account?
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comment Is it ok to require users to have a third party login account?
About "There are still many users out there that have a real concern about security", I personally feel more safe letting Google handle my personal information than say the Mom and Pop site selling peanut butter. But, other people may not it perceive it that way. You do make a good point, if you haven't come across this type of login alternative before, you might be confused, and even worse, leave.
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comment Is it ok to require users to have a third party login account?
First of all, I would provide for more alternatives then just Facebook, probably four or so + openID. But I see your point, and yeah, I was really looking for some kind of studies on what percentage of users create a new account using an old account, if the option is available.
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comment Common web app usability gotchas?
@scunliffe A more sensable choice of labeling the buttons would have been something like: "Hide non-secure items" and "Whatever, go away". I wish all dialogs had a "Whatever, go away" button.
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comment Common web app usability gotchas?
I actually found the newer one to be more confusing than the older one.
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comment Why does the AppStore prompt the user for password for free apps?
@Monkey - I don't agree. I don't think it's a security issue. I own a few iDevices and a few Android devices, and in the Android AppStore (now Google Play) a password is not required for free apps.
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