Logify is a free online service that you may use to sign out of multiple supported Internet services at once; the service is free to use and does not require any special permissions or account related information.
It is easy to log out of Internet services: either find the sign out link on the service's website or delete the stored cookies on the local device to sign out that way.
More work is required if you want to sign out of multiple services at once, say Dropbox, Google, Amazon, and Office 365. While you could visit each site individually to complete the sign out process, or hunt down session cookies, you could also use Logify for that.
Logify is very simple to use: just visit the website and click on the big button in the center of the page that opens to sign out of supported accounts.
The service supports a handful of sites only at this point in time but it includes several of the most popular destinations on the Internet (and Myspace): Dropbox, Office 365, Google, Google Drive, Netflix, Skype, Amazon, Soundcloud, Vimeo, YouTube, The New York Times, Wikipedia, Steam, Myspace, Tumblr, and WordPress.
The system used to initiate the sign out is simple and effective. The page contains iframes which trigger the logout process on the supported sites.
The process is straightforward,the signing out does not take long and you get a success notification afterward. You can verify that you have been signed out by visiting any site you were signed in before you hit the button on the Logify website.
The usefulness of the service depends largely on the sites and services that it supports. It lacks customization options to select the services that you want to sign out to avoid being signed out of others.
Logify is an interesting service nevertheless. It needs support for more sites to make it more useful though and customization options would be appreciated by some users as well.
Who is it for? I first thought that it could be interesting on public computers to sign out of these services but deleting cookies and other session information is more thorough than that. Obviously, if you just use these services and want to sign out quickly, it may work as well.
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