The premise of Myspace Login sounds very simple. Its designed to help users with multiple MySpace accounts manage their log-in information. Thanks to an unintuitive user interface and limited user guidance, this simple concept is a bit too complex.
At first glance, we thought that we had downloaded the wrong application because across the top of the interface, in big blue letters, it says Friend Finder. The interface includes a drop-down menu for selecting your MySpace account, along with fields for your username and password. There are only three buttons, Login, Save, and Delete, but no onscreen direction. The only information for setting up the program are in the Readme.text file found in the program's folder, and it's cryptic to say the least. There's no link to the Readme file from the program, so novice users might never find the file, or even know it's there. You have to enter your log-in information and then hit save. The program extracts part of your username and adds it the pull-down menu. When you want to log in to an account, you simply select it from the pull-down menu and hit the Login button. Since this program is billed as an Internet Explorer add-on, we expected some kind of toolbar button or integration with IE. Instead, you'll have to pull up the program or create your own shortcuts each time you want to log in to one of your accounts.
Myspace Login is free, but this unpolished program isn't as easy to set up or use as other log-in managers. We weren't impressed by it, and suspect you won't be either.