Google Autocomplete on Android smartphones now supports biometric authentication

Google has finally added a feature to Android smartphones that many users have been waiting for.

We are talking about the ability to use biometric authentication during password autocomplete. That is, now it will be possible to go to sites, not just by selecting the saved password, but by confirming it with a fingerprint or a face scanner. You can activate the feature by going to phone settings> Google> Autocomplete> Autocomplete from Google> Safe autocomplete.

According to Android Police, this feature has begun to be added to server users who have Google Play Services v20.33.13 and v20.26.14 installed. In the near future, the innovation will appear for everyone.

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