New Scientist article A web application using the popular OpenID OpenID Connect service, which lets webmasters access information from their users’ Google accounts, is starting to take off.
Google is starting an API to create a website with this feature and the site, which has been around for a while, is now getting more traction.
The OpenID service lets web sites, apps and other services get access to a user’s Google account information by sending a request to the web server.
This is similar to the way apps send user data to the cloud, and Google wants to offer the same API for creating websites.
The idea is that the OpenIDs API is flexible enough to be used by a variety of web sites.
The company has been releasing new versions of its Android application to support this new feature.
It’s still early days for the OpenId service, but Google has been steadily improving the capabilities of its API.
The first version of the app launched with the new API and it supports about a dozen OpenID-enabled web sites today.
Users who want to add the Openid API to their websites are going to have to pay for the service.
But if you’re using a mobile device, the Open ID API is available as a free download for a few dollars per year.
It’s still a little early to see if the new feature will gain traction, but for now, the feature is proving popular.
Google has said that it expects the feature to reach about 500 million users in the first year, and it expects more websites to add OpenID support in the future.