Google will let you sign in to some services with fingerprint on Android


Google announced today that you can use the fingerprint sensor to sign in to some of its services when you’re using Chrome for Android. The company said this functionality is available for all Pixel users today, and will be rolling out to all using Android 7 or above in coming days. At the moment, you can go to and test out this feature to view and edit your passwords. The company said it’ll soon enable more Google and Google cloud services that allow this authentication method. The search giant said this feature is built by using FIDO2 standards, W3C WebAuthn, and FIDO CTAP. That makes…

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