One Social API for over 40 Social Networks
Enjoy the benefits of social login and experience none of the hassle with our unified social API
LoginRadius’ Unified Social API
LoginRadius has combined the APIs of over 40 social networks to create a unified social API fully equipped to handle the features of these providers.This frees developers from having to learn each network’s API, allowing us to do the heavy lifting.
Maintenance Free Solution
Social networks are always changing their API. LoginRadius keeps these APIs up to date , ensuring that our clients and their end-users are not affected.
A Wealth of First-Party Customer Data
LoginRadius gives you access to your customers’ social profile data, including verified email addresses, likes, interests, contacts, and much more. Data is gathered after the user consents to share it with you, from there the information is normalized into a universal format. Click Here for a list of social profile data points that can be gathered only by using the LoginRadius platform.
Fully Customizable, Your Social Login, Your Design
Fully customize the look and feel of the social login interface to match your applications. You can choose your desired social ID providers, button style, and manage the user experience from top to bottom.
Easy to Manage Dashboard
LoginRadius offers a dashboard-managed solution for social login, data gathering, and social permissions. From the dashboard, you can set configurations and make powerful changes including:
- Easily add and remove a social ID provider
- Configure social ID options
- Decide what social data to gather from which social network
- Enable profile access and permissions
- And much more
Extend Access Token Expiration
Set the access token expiration for each social ID provider, aligning with your company’s security policies.
Native Mobile Support & Responsive Apps
LoginRadius’ social login also works seamlessly with mobile platforms and integrates natively. LoginRadius detects a user's Facebook mobile app and quickly authenticates without requiring the user to enter their social credentials.