Why Most Internet Marketers Prefer Multiloginapp Over MultiFox

MultiFox is a fine tool for saving user profiles and using them to browse websites. But the functionality stops there. The internet marketing specialist will need capability beyond just logging in and browsing. For example, you will need proxy support. The multi-login tool you use needs to be made for the internet marketer like yourself – not the casual browser.

Multiloginapp is the step up from MultiFox. It’s made for internet marketing specialists and has all of the bells and whistles that MultiFox is missing. Read a quick synopsis of the feature differences below, or click here to view the advantages of Multiloginapp over MultiFox in list format.

Similarities: Save accounts and preserve sessions

Both plugins start with the same core function: Managing different user identities. Add the profile information for the websites you wish to log in to and you’re off. You maintain a different set of cookies for each session to allow you to run multiple prolonged sessions at the same time.

MultiFox does not support proxies; Multiloginapp does

MultiFox stops cold at loading your user profiles. To the websites you are visiting, it is very apparent that each account is being accessed from the same IP and at the same time. Internet marketers need to fly under the radar by matching a unique IP address to each identity.

Multiloginapp can do that; MultiFox cannot. MultiFox has no proxy support of any kind. Multiloginapp lets you assign a different IP to each account, and your user profiles stay synced with the correct IP for the entirety of each session.

Multiloginapp will even automatically test your proxies ahead of time to make sure they work. If you are using potentially faulty proxies, this feature saves quite a bit of headache.

MultiFox has limited session customization options; Multiloginapp has everything

MultiFox is limited to Firefox only. And there are no user agent options. If you use MultiFox, you will appear to be on the same version of FireFox for each of your user profiles. In certain cases, this can be a red flag to webmasters.

Multiloginapp works with FireFox, Chrome, and Opera – the three big ones. And beyond actual session browsing, Multiloginapp allows you to spoof your user agent to any browser of your choice, too. You have complete control and there is no chance of being detected.

Multiloginapp can even spoof your screen size with precision. Sometimes, using a basic workaround to relay a different screen size is enough to fool the websites you visit. But if the website has beefed up security, that approach won’t be enough, and your true resolution will leak. Multiloginapp uses 2016’s latest screen resolution spoofing tactics to make the action completely undetectable.

In summary, MultiFox forces you to use FireFox, whereas Multiloginapp supports three different browsers, can spoof any browser user agent, and can spoof the accompanying screen resolution to get past advanced session detection measures.

MultiFox does not address security concerns; Multiloginapp does

In 2016, websites are doing more to identify alternate identities than just looking at IP addresses. Proxies are easy to come by and webmasters are aware that it’s not hard to get a new IP.

Multiloginapp also prevents these common tracking tactics:

● Canvas fingerprinting. Using the same canvas fingerprint for each of your identities connects them all together. Multiloginapp lets you assign a unique canvas fingerprint to each identity. The fingerprint is used throughout the entirety of the session to mimic normal browsing behavior.
● WebRTC IP leakage. The WebRTC API can be used by webmasters to reveal the IP behind your proxy. Multiloginapp prevents WebRTC leaks.
● Font fingerprinting. Different operating systems will use different system font sets. Websites can read your system font fingerprint through CSS and see if it matches up to the user agent profile you claim to be using. Multiloginapp assigns the correct font fingerprint to each user agent profile to make sure your identities look genuine.

If you’re not sure what the above bullets are referring to, don’t worry. Multiloginapp does everything automatically to make your identities secure – though advanced users may customize Multiloginapp’s advanced settings to their liking.

MultiFox, on the other hand, does not address any of these common tracking tactics, meaning any adept webmaster will be able to see through the fact that you are using multiple identities with relative ease. (Almost every major website in 2016 will use at least one of the three tactics above – sometimes all three at once.)

MultiFox does not have sharing or support; Multiloginapp does

MultiFox is known for being buggy and does not offer public support of any kind. If you run into a problem, you can try Googling for the answer, but there isn’t much help to be found. Most of the search results are complaints or unanswered questions.

Multiloginapp comes with written documentation for free users and email support for paid users. The documentation is complete and enough to get you started. If you are putting together 10 or more identities and want a direct line to the developers, upgrade for unlimited support.

And last but certainly not least, Multiloginapp lets you share access to identities seamlessly. Information is stored on the cloud – you, your clients, or your virtual assistants can access the identities from anywhere. MultiFox offers nothing of this nature – after all, it’s just a casual tool, whereas Multiloginapp is specialized for the internet marketing like yourself.

To learn more about the feature differences of MultiFox and Multiloginapp, click here.

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