Last fall, Twitter came up with Digits, a developer-facing service, to facilitate logging into third-party mobile applications without the need for passwords. Now this service comes with added features, including a friend finding function and two-step authentication.
Added security for users
Digits already offered users a secure way to log into apps with the help of their phone numbers, making usernames and passwords redundant. However, it could make it prone to hacking, so now for additional security, the company offers a two-step verification feature.
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Twitter announced the new features in a blog post, and explaining that once Digits is implemented by a developer, it will be possible for app users to visit Digits.com to create a simple code required for future logins and sign-ups for all Digit