In late summer, we closed the new version 4.2 of the set of libraries (framework) that we use to develop all our projects and applications.
As big news, I would like to stress that from now on, all applications developed by Conductiva have native support for OpenID user authentication.
The OpenID is an authentication standard that allows users to access a large number of websites without having to remember multiple usernames or multiple passwords.
In parallel to OpenID support in all our applications, we have launched a service that operates on the OpenID standard to generate OpenID identifiers. The new service is called LonelyID. These new identifiers allow authentication through a random password generated directly on your mobile phone. So far, LonelyID supports iPhone and iPod touch devices, but we are preparing new versions for devices from other manufacturers.