Since the last quarter, Facebook has widened the gap in becoming the leading identity provider on the web.
This increase continued as Facebook announced new security measures for social logins – which will let users choose which information they share.
They also introduced Anonymous login, which is still in a beta mode.
Such changes may have helped the perception of Facebook as a login tool.
Facebook now handles 55% of all social logins, up from 51% in the January to March period.
Their mobile login percentage increased from 62% to 64%.
The social network also increased their scope internationally, asserting their dominance in Europe, South America and Africa.
Google’s place as the number two identity provider remained firm – despite dropping a percentage point – with Yahoo continuing their decline.
See the full results in Gigya’s infographic: