Google has rolled out an update to its Google services allowing you to log in using your fingerprint instead of typing in passwords in supported websites. The update is available to all devices with at least Android 7 Nougat. Of course, Pixel devices are seeing the upgrade sooner than most.

Once you register your enroll your fingerprint in certain Google services, you will be asked if you want to use your fingerprint reader to log in from now on. The method works natively in apps and on the web.

The authentication method is built on the FIDO2 standards, W3C WebAuthn and FIDO CTAP for…

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