BUILDING INTERNET AND MOBILE SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
After analyzing LonelyID statistics results during the first month of our launch, we realized that a high percentage of users who requested an account have not yet made use of it.
This situation is worrying us and we think that is mainly due to the lack of knowledge that exists around the OpenID standard.
Most of the websites that support OpenID use different mechanisms for registration (applying different data records, not allowing direct registration with OpenID, etc.) The diversity of formats and registration processes add extra difficulty to the use of OpenID by the users.
To try to encourage a bit more the use of OpenID, we have decided to prepare and launch over the next days a serie of demonstration videos. Those videos will contain real examples of how to use LonelyID on broadly-known OpenID-enabled websites.
The first video of the serie corresponds to an example of registration with LonelyID on www.dailymotion.com website.
We have just released a free version of LonelyID Mobile for iPhone for a limited time.
LonelyID is an authentication system based on OpenID that allows you to avoid remembering any password. Your new password will be generated safely inside your mobile phone. The password generated on the mobile changes every minute and the previous password is no longer valid. This ensures you can access your websites without having to remember passwords and without having to worry about malware or keyloggers.
If you would really like to use (or already use) an OpenID service to access your favorite websites, we encourage you to try LonelyID.
Download the iphone application directly from the following URL:
According to the information published on the OpenID Foundation website there are over 9 million websites utilizing OpenID for registration and login on some portion of their websites.
Within this group of websites that supports OpenID, we may also include the vast majority of the applications that we have created this year using our development platform TubeSpark. As I mentioned in previous articles, TubeSpark natively supports OpenID authentication and user registration.
Our commitment and trust on OpenID allowed us to create a free OpenID service.
The service is called LonelyID and uses a special authentication mechanism that goes beyond the classic user/password authentication. With LonelyID, passwords are generated randomly in the user's mobile phone (using LonelyID Mobile) with no need to exchange data with the authentication server.
To learn more about LonelyID, you can visit: http://www.lonelyid.com