Google is making its password manager easier to use across all platforms

updates it to make it easier to use and more consistent across platforms. The tool could also help users make their accounts more secure after the upgrades. For one, Google makes password management the same in Chrome and Android settings. Passwords for the same websites and apps are automatically grouped.

You can now add passwords directly to Google Password Manager and save them when you sign in to an account. Google is proposing that Chrome will allow Android users to log into websites faster with a touch-to-login feature that will be available on an overlay at the bottom of the screen. This is based on biometric verification features.

Additionally, Google says it will notify you via the password checkup screen if you’re using compromised credentials. Android users will also see warnings about weak and reused passwords. If you receive such an alert, it should be easy to fix the problem with the automatic password change feature. Leaked password alerts are also available for Chrome users on iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS.

Last week, for iOS users, Google set Chrome as their autofill provider. The idea was to make it easier for users using Google Password Manager to log into any app on their iPhone. Google recently rolled out a password manager home screen shortcut for Android users.

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