Google Password Manager has featured several new quick login related updates

Google Password Manager new touch-to-fill quick login feature

  • Google Password Manager rolls out a couple of updates.
  • These update will assist you in maintaining the safety and security of your information online.
  • This new update will help you log in to your favorite sites more quickly through an easy Touch-to-Fill feature.

Passwords help keep your data and personal information safe. Whenever you set up a password,  for a mobile phone, laptop, or even an app, you should keep a solid and unique password. The stronger your password, the more secure your personal information. Especially in today's internet age, maintaining a strong password is of paramount importance to protect your data online. Considering these reasons, Google announced via a blog post that Google Password Manager can help you create, remember, and autofill passwords on your computer or phone: on the web Chrome and in your favorite Android and iOS apps. 

On Thursday, June 30, 2022, Google began rolling out several updates that make for an easier-to-use experience, with even stronger protections built-in. Google offers the same simple and unified management experience on Chrome and Android Settings. 

According to the blog post, if you have multiple passwords for the same website or app, Google will automatically group them together. And for your convenience, you can create a shortcut on your Android home screen to access your passwords with just one click. 

In addition, Google Password Manager can generate strong and unique passwords for your multiple platforms and help you ensure that your passwords are not compromised while browsing the web. Google gives you the option to generate passwords for your iOS apps when you set Chrome as your autofill provider. 

Chrome can automatically check your passwords as you enter them on a web page, but you can add an extra layer of trust by checking them in bulk with Password Checkup. Now, Google will not only report compromised logins but also weak and reused passwords on Android. If Google warned you about the password, you can now fix it easily by using the automatic password change feature on Android. 

To help protect even more people, Google is extending compromised password warnings to all Chrome users across Android, Chrome OS, iOS, Windows, macOS, and Linux, the company announced. 

If you want to add your password directly to the app, you can now do that too. Google is adding this feature to Google Password Manager across all platforms. In 2020, Touch-to-Fill was introduced by Google to help you fill in your passwords in a convenient and recognizable way. The company is now bringing Tap to Sign in to Chrome on Android devices to make sign-in faster by allowing you to securely sign in to websites directly from the overlay at the bottom of the screen.