Facebook unveils new service aimed at the abolition of passwords

Apr

14

2016

Facebook unveiled today during its conference for developers F8 for a new service launched by Kate Ochaont name Account Kit allows application developers by providing potential users in the registration of their applications and services without the need to select a name for the user or even a password.

Developers can the new service adoption in their applications and services to facilitate the registration which, as the process rather than demand from the user registration via the choice of user name and password, or ask him to log in with Facebook, the user can record with the phone number or e-mail address only, and will be received message short confirmation SMS or e-mail help him complete the registration process.

Facebook says that the benefits of this service is that it will not be required for users to remember any passwords, making it easier to use applications and services, and to return at any time, nor will it have on the developer storing passwords within the application database, which makes it more secure, which is actors contribute to increased user ratio, which is beneficial to the developer.

Facebook said that the new service is easy to use and does not require developers can simply add the lines of software simple to become ready for use, which is available to developers starting today and support sending SMS messages to more than 230 countries in over 40 languages.

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