IndieAuth is described as 'way to use your own domain name to sign in to websites. It works by linking your website to authentication providers such as Twitter or Google, then entering your domain name in the login form on websites that support IndieAuth'. There are more than 10 alternatives to IndieAuth for a variety of platforms, including the Web, iPhone, Android, iPad and SaaS. The best alternative is OpenID, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like IndieAuth are OAuth (Free, Open Source), Persona (Free, Open Source), humanID (Free, Open Source) and Portier (Free, Open Source).
- 12 alternatives
- Persona (formerly BrowserID) allows you to sign in to sites using an email address you choose. View 14 alternatives to Persona
Notice on official site:
"Persona is no longer actively developed by Mozilla. Mozilla has committed to operational and security support of the persona.org services until November 30th, 2016.
On November 30th, 2016, Mozilla will shut down the persona.org services. Persona.org and related domains will be taken offline."
- Free • Open Source
- Janrain Engage (formerly RPX) enables you to quickly register and login users on your site via their existing Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Twitter, or OpenID accounts. View 10 alternatives to myOpenID
myOpenID will be turned off on February 2014 as announced on the official myOpenID website
- Free • Proprietary