The concept is simple - the applications are limitless (well kinda limitless, you know what I mean).
At the heart of UserBridge is a robust yet flexible data model.
Data can be sent to your account using the secure and simple UserBridge API.
Your application "backend" can use this API to send your user data to UserBridge.
In the Dashboard, you can define data "fields". For example, you could create a field called "about_me" and then store data in this field using the API.
You can organize these fields into groups. For example, you might want to put the "about_me" field into a group called "profile", maybe along with other fields such as "hobbies".