By Michael Olson | Posted on June 21, 2010
Internet users increasingly are accessing their favorite web applications through mobile phones. As developers and publishers of iPhone applications, you can tap into this growing market by providing an easy way for your consumers to login to your apps using popular social networking or email accounts.
A few months ago we launched a beta program for Janrain Engage (formerly RPX) for the iPhone. Thank you to our many customers who participated in the program and provided valuable feedback. Today we are excited to announce the production availability of Janrain Engage for the iPhone: a native iPhone library to allow developers to quickly add social sign-in to their iPhone app.
Starting today, developers may preserve the native iPhone application experience without the challenge of implementing complex third party logins.
If you are an existing Janrain Engage Basic, Plus or Pro customer, you have immediate access to the libraries through your Janrain Engage dashboard. Please select iPhone library from the dropdown menu in the Sign-in area of the dashboard, and you will have all the information you need to get started.
If you would like to see how the application works, try out Janrain Quick Sign-in, our demo app listed on the Apple App Store.
As always, we welcome your feedback and are excited to extend the benefits of Janrain Engage to our customers that are active in the mobile space.
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