April 5, 2012 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Tokyo, Japan - Egg-on-Egg Corporation introduces Express Login 1.1 for Mac and Windows. When using Google web services, most users are familiar with the procedure - each application requires the user to log into Google as the first action prior to accessing the application.
Egg-on-Egg Corporation's new application launcher, Express Login, bypasses this time-consuming step to give users access to their application right when they want it.
On the interface of the Express Login freeware, users can see the Egg-on-Egg Corporation's application icons. They appear on a desktop and look similar to a stick. Express Login docks on either the right or left side of the desktop (this position is changeable by dragging the icon elsewhere).
The first time an icon on Express Login is clicked on, a small window will appear to urge users to input their Google account information. This will not have to be repeated for subsequent visits - instead, Express Login will direct the user to Google without the need for logging in, as it will have remembered all login details entered the first time. This is an ideal, time-saving freeware for frequent users of the Egg-on-Egg Corporation's applications, such as Calendar-G - an app that edits Google Calendar - which is often used by those wishing to manage their schedules through Google Calendar.
If security issues are a concern, rest assured that Express Login's locking feature is second-to-none. It protects running applications from being operated by another user. When the lock mode is on, a padlock mark will appear on every application to notify the user that this app is locked. This is of great assistance if the user needs to step away from their desk or leave their computer for a while.
Here is a list of Egg-on-Egg Corporation's applications, which can be started up using Express Login:
* Synchronicity - an editor/backup tool for the Gmail address book
* Calendar-G - event editor for Google Calendar
* Stock It - an application that allows you to share bookmarks
* Photo Drag - a picture loader for the Gmail address book
* XCross Drag - address copy tool for the Gmail address book
Note: XCross Drag is the only application that cannot be used with Express Login, because it handles two Gmail accounts at once.
Pricing and Availability:
Express Login is a freeware. Other Egg-on-Egg Corporation applications are freeware but with advertisements. Users who want to remove the advertisements are required to purchase an Address Key - a license number unique to each Gmail address. Up to two Address Keys can be obtained with each purchase of $5 (USD).
Located in Tokyo, Japan, Egg-on-Egg Corporation is a software company that focuses on developing applications for Google web services. Copyright (C) 2012 Egg-on-Egg Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X platforms are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.