Android Users Will Now Be Able To Login To Google Apps
The latest updates from Google will allow Android users to log into Google services and supported websites with fingerprints instead of passwords. This update is for all devices running Android 7 Nougat or newer. This feature will be the first to appear on Pixel devices.
This feature requires users to first register their fingerprints for specific Google services.
Google will then ask you to log in with fingerprint.
This method will be useful on apps and the web. This verification method is built on FIDO2 standards. W3C is a simple but secure way to log in from We bAuthn and FIDO C TAP bio metric data. In fact, FIDO2 standards make it possible to log in to apps and websites with fingerprints that support the native fingerprint API on Android.
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