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12-Mar-2020 00:49

In light of recent attempts by services like Coffee Meets Bagel, Susan Etlinger, an analyst with the San Francisco-based Altimeter Group, contends there’s an examination to be done around Facebook Login.

“I do think this question of single sign-on is part of a larger question we need to be asking of how we connect to apps in the future and whether we want Facebook to be the steward of all that data or whether we want individual apps to do it,” Etlinger says.“I do think this question of single sign-on is part of a larger question we need to be asking of how we connect to apps in the future and whether we want Facebook to be the steward of all that data or whether we want individual apps to do it,” Etlinger says.document uploading site Scribd,  OKCupid,  Trip Advisor,  Pinterest, and countless others.

Coffee Meets Bagel, a dating app that’s raised roughly million from outside investors, is completely overhauling its mobile app for the first time to introduce a fresher look and the option for users to comment on specific parts of a profile, like a photo or bio.

The CMB app was created primarily to counteract the endless swiping and casual connections that saturate the online dating market today.Starting Wednesday and going into full effect by August 20, i OS and Android users of Coffee Meets Bagel can use their phone numbers to create an account and log into the app instead of using their Facebook accounts.