Google has introduced new features to Google apps on iOS and iPadOS, including: iPhone iPad users can use the Google app to autofill passwords. This feature streamlines password management and provides additional convenience for iOS users. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to set the Google app as your default autofill provider on your iPhone or iPad.
Download and install the latest version of the Google app
Before you start, make sure you have the latest version of the Google app installed on your iPhone or iPad. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, you can download it from the App Store.
Access device settings
Go to (Settings) on your iPhone or iPad.
Go to password option
Within the “Settings” app, scroll down and find the “Password” option. Tap on it to continue.
Select Google as your default autofill provider
Under (Password Options) you’ll see a list of available autofill providers, such as iCloud Keychain. Among these options is “Google”. Select “Google” as your preferred autofill provider.
Adjust autofill settings
If you select Google as your autofill provider, you can customize settings such as enabling Face ID or Touch ID for authentication.
Enjoy convenient autofill using Google apps
By setting Google as your default autofill provider, your login credentials will appear on your keyboard every time you access a service that requires a login. Depending on your device’s capabilities, you can authenticate yourself using Face ID or Touch ID.
This new feature simplifies password management and provides easy access to your credentials whenever you need them. The convenience of the Google app’s Autofill feature extends beyond the app itself, working seamlessly across iOS devices and different applications.
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