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Google Autofill Now Available on iOS

Google Autofill

In commemoration of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Google launched three new features for iOS and Android platforms, including the Autofill password feature. Android users may be familiar with this feature. However, this is a new feature for Google account users on iOS.

IPhones and iPads already have Google Password Manager built-in to the Google search engine to view saved accounts. Now, Google is updating the app, supporting the Autofill Passwords feature. Through this feature, users from iOS no longer need to bother filling in their account passwords already stored in Google Password Manager.

In addition, this feature already exists in the Google Chrome application. But this feature still needs to be created in Safari. So, this feature is intended for Safari browser users on iOS, which uses the ecosystem from Google. 

Using this feature is also relatively easy. Users need to open the Settings app > select "Passwords" > Password Options > select "Google," which is under the default "iCloud Passwords & Keychain". But, of course, users must first update via the App Store.

As for the Android platform, there are also new security-related features presented. The quality aims to make it easier for users to delete their browser history data through an additional menu that uses a three-dot icon. At least, users don't have to struggle anymore when they want to access the "Clear Browsing Data" button that used to be hidden in the Settings menu

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