Feb 9 Posted 3 years ago
While it's much easier to sign in with Facebook, connecting with Facebook is almost often a matter of trust.
Many apps request permissions to access private data of many different types. Users — quite rightly — are often reluctant to grant those permissions to an app they have no reason to trust. Do they really want the app to be able to post "on their behalf" on social networks?
How do you know what does the app do with your personal data?
Feb 3 Posted 3 years ago
Note that registration through Facebook or Google is also much easier to a casual user.
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