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Google starts password manager for Chrome and Android

Google has started a password manager for Chrome and Android called Smart Lock for Passwords.

Based on Google, with Smart Lock for Passwords,users will soon have the ability to sign-in and sign up into websites in Chrome in a frictionless and programs on Android way with any account.

Once users save a password to Smart Lock via website or a program on one apparatus, they’ll not have to enter login credentials on all Android apparatus and their Chrome for that program when signed-in with exactly the same Google account.

This, as per Google, will decrease the possibility of lost user passwords. Eventbrite, The New York Times, Instacart, Orbitz, and Netflix are a few of the services that can support the attribute. Unlike password managers like LastPass, the system is not going to function with programmers and all programs will have to incorporate the attribute through the API of Google.

by admin on May 29th, 2015 in Technology

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