- Feb 16, 2019
No longer contributing to this forum due to harassment from PHolder.
I think Einstein's Razor applies: Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler. But yes, short, quick descriptions are best, but you need some way for a user to click a link or something to get more information if they feel they need it. In this case, the initial text that shows on the app needs to be as concise as we can possibly make it, but when the user taps that arrow to get more information, they're specifically saying they want more details.Naw, you can't ever be too concise. Simplify. Simplify. Simplify.
Again I made sure to not talk about tracking in the text. If you sign in you typically expect the site to track you at least temporarily.Use this app to sign in on sites that support SQRL.
(user clicks for more...)
Signing in with SQRL (Secure Quick Reliable Login) is very safe - and convenient too!
A single password unlocks your SQRL identity.
The app then creates a unique code for each site.
This code cannot be used by others and does not need to be kept secret.
It only allows you to identify to the site it was generated for.
Your SQRL identity and password stays safe and protected in your phone.
No other sign in is this good.
Say no to older sign in methods that put you at risk of data leaks and lack tracking protection.
Install SQRL now.
Full details and support at https://sqrl.grc.com/
There is a video linked. A bit longer though, explaining how to get started.I haven't checked, but is there a video linked on the play store? Maybe have a couple images with a caption like "Scan the QR code...be logged in completely secure...no username or password needed." Then show a video of this in action. It doesn't have to be long, just like 10 seconds.