Ubuntu Single Sign On
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Ubuntu One Music Store
Ubuntu Software Center
An Ubuntu Single Sign On account gave users access to the Canonical Store, Launchpad, Ubuntu One and other Ubuntu services. Other sites that support OpenID authorization also had support for Ubuntu SSO.
Ubuntu Single Sign On account could also be used for authenticating to desktop applications such as the "Ubuntu One Music Store" plugin for Rhythmbox and Banshee, Ubuntu One and Ubuntu Software Center. This goal was reached by using Ubuntu Single Sign On Client application.
As of June 2013, the Ubuntu Single Sign On account brand was rebranded under the Ubuntu One brand, consolidating the Ubuntu user's online experience. Users can still access the Canonical Store, Launchpad, Ubuntu One, the Ubuntu Software Center and other Ubuntu services; however, due to lack of interest, the Ubuntu One Music Store plugin for Rhythmbox was removed from the interface.