Facebook maintained its social login dominance in the third quarter of 2014, accounting for 58 percent of overall social logins and 62 percent of those originating from mobile devices, according to the latest research from Gigya, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer and consumer-management provider.
Facebook’s share of social logins rose 2 percent in the third quarter of 2014 from the second quarter, to 46 percent, driven largely by a 9 percent bump-up in the entertainment category, according to the latest report from customer-profile-management technology provider Janrain, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer.
Facebook continued to dominate social logins in the second quarter of 2014, accounting for 55 percent of overall social logins and 64 percent of social logins from mobile devices, according to the latest figures from Preferred Marketing Developer and consumer-management provider Gigya.
Facebook reversed a trend of six consecutive quarters of declining market share in social logins, posting a 1.5 percent gain in the second quarter of 2014, according to customer-profile-management technology provider Janrain.
Most mobile applications include social logins, and Facebook Login is the most-used one by a healthy margin. At its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday, the social network introduced a new Anonymous Login feature for developers to include in their apps, as well as a new version of its standard Login, and a redesigned app control panel.
Customer profile-management provider Janrain offered its take on social login trends for the first quarter of 2014, which differed markedly from the conclusions provided by consumer-management-suite provider Gigya earlier this week on the same topic.
When it came to social logins in the first quarter of 2014, Facebook stood strong, regaining share in several industries and regions, while Google Plus held steady or registered gains, and Yahoo continued to plummet, according to the latest report from consumer-management-suite provider Gigya.
A study of social logins by Gigya, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, arrived at conclusions similar to those in a similar study earlier this month by user-management platform Janrain: Login with Facebook is still dominant, but challengers such as Google Plus Sign-In are carving into its lead.