One Click Social Login

One Click Social Login

by DevCloud LLC

Automatic login and signup integration with social networks

4.6 of 5 stars

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Ethical Trading

Ease of customer log in on any social media they like.

Mdl Partners Dev Store

Allowing our customers to login via social apps is the icing on the cake for our business.


The only social login app that offered the networks we were looking for as well as custom CSS. Support was not as quick as other apps, but helpful nonetheless.


nice app, very speedy customer service...

Young Jackson

It enables users to log in easily and quickly thus reducing the amount of customers oping to not sign up.

Savanna Trends

Very Very Cool App it just works :)

Material Immaterial Studio

This is just the app I needed!!!
Excellent customer support, flawless design
Would recommend it to anyone who have large social media following.


Works wonderfully and looks very professional. Couldn't be happier with this app!

Steampunk, Victorian, and Vintage Inspired Jewelry
est.2015, Website launching on 09/30/2016

Jardin Flowers

Great app, easy installation, looks great. Just installed it, waiting for the results.

Madden Coin Trader 2

Install pretty seamless. Slight issue with FB when having an existing app with a populated App Domain.

+ Pretty straight forward install
+ Great price point

- Social login PopUp and user reporting is $9.99/month - not $2.99
- Bloated JS. Includes a jQuery library too.
- Existing customers cannot login with Facebook - it won't tie their account.

In my opinion the JS code should be minified, and lightweight. The jQuery should be asyncronously loaded and injected if it's not available (usually is on most sites) instead of being added directly to the script.

I understand there may be security issues with regards to tying the existing accounts.