The Password manager from Google it is easier For more consistent use across all platforms – The tool has just been updated to help users make their accounts more secure. How? First and foremost by unifying the user experience between Chrome and Android, especially by automatically collecting passwords for the same sites and apps.
This means that you can now add passwords directly to Google Password Manager and save them so you can find them when you sign in with your account on another device. Then there is a new function called Touch to login With it, sites can be accessed more quickly through Chrome on Android by integrating biometric verification.
In addition, Google can now warn you via the Password Checker screen when hacked credentials are used. Basically, Android users will be notified with weak passwords or those already chosen for other services, so that they can debug the problem more easily by [la funzione di modifica automatica delle password]. These notices – they say It will also be available to Chrome users on iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux, and ChromeOS.
Last week Google added the ability to Set Chrome as Autofill Provider on iOS With the idea of making it easy to use Google Password Manager in any app on iPhone. We also remember that Google recently introduced the ability to Create a link to Google Password Manager on the home screen from Android.
Password security is an issue the company cares a lot about and whose efforts are currently paying off: a study at the beginning of the year revealed how effective it is to use two-factor authentication He allowed theft to be cut in half from the account. And while we’re at it, if you have an iPhone and want to switch to Android, This is the right app for you.
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