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Logify: A new application to close all your sessions

Logify is an interesting and new tool based on the web and open source that will allow users to log out of a series of compatible web services simultaneously, all for free and without the need to grant special permits.

Some of the services compatible for the moment in Logify are: Dropbox, Office 365, Google, Google Drive, Netflix, Skype, Amazon, Soundcloud, Vimeo, YouTube, The New York Times, Wikipedia, Steam, MySpace, Tumblr and WordPress.

In this way, just by pressing the prominent button available on the screen, if you have open session in some of these services, Logify will try to close them by users, avoiding having to log out independently in each one of them or having that to look for another solution not to be left open sessions, and less if they use computers of public use, as they can be in libraries or universities.

As noted in gHacks, Logify makes use of closing process functions of compatible websites through iframes.

For now there are no personalization options (they will arrive) and it does not have support for other services (they will arrive), so for the moment its usefulness is quite limited if many other services are used to which the session is also open.

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