In recent weeks, Google has stepped up a gear with new features related to the security of its applications. Specifically, it improved the password manager and even gave us a new widget for it. But that was not all.
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In a publication on its official blog, the company presented new features of this function so widely used on websites and mobiles, that of storing passwords, which are now available on all Android mobiles.
Warning of weak or repeated passwords
Now the Google manager will warn us that we need to change a password not because it has been leaked, but because it is too weak or because we used it too many times.
Fill in the passwords by hand
In addition, you can add the password of an applicationas well as your user, directly from the Android password manager, which will make logging in easier in the future.
To add the password we must click on the new + button that appears next to the search engine in this section.
Connect with a single tap
The latest development is the evolution of a feature we already had. Until now, we could select a username and password when logging into a website or app on Android.
A partir de ahora con un toque podremos conectarnos directamente, sin tener que pasar por el proceso de pulsar primero en el usuario, luego cerrar el teclado y luego buscar el botón de Login.
Estas nuevas funciones ya han llegado al gestor de contraseñas de Google, que está en todos los móviles de la empresa, y al que podemos acceder también desde la web passwords.google.com.