You don’t have to sign up for an account or give personal details any more.
Synapse 3 is Razer’s cloud-based Internet of Things app that allows you to configure and customize compatible hardware, which includes many of Razer’s own peripherals and its Chroma lighting system (the latter of which now syncs to the color of the website you’re viewing in the Vivaldi browser, incidentally), as well as Philips Hue smart bulbs.
Now Razer has made it convenient for its users to login to their cloud based synapse software if they are being used at a single computer and cloud based services are not required. You do not need an account, or login information to use Razer Chroma Services as in previous Razer Synapse & Razer Synapse 2.0
It used to be the case that using Synapse 3 meant you had to sign up for a Razer ID account – and provide your email address – but now, that requirement has been removed.
You can simply click the guest login button to get into the application with no fuss, without having to give up any of your personal details, or go through the hassle of creating an account. As an extra benefit, this change also means you can access the app without an internet connection.
The new login option is available now, although apparently it’s happening in a phased rollout, so you might not see it immediately (and it may take a couple of restarts of the app to appear).
There are rumors that soon there will be alexa integration with Razer Synapse and people can use their voice to adjust chroma lights on their peripherals and even adjust the sensitivity ( DPI ) of Razer mice, using Alexa, powered by Amazon.