Google makes third party signing easier

This new method will not redirect users to a separate sign-in patch.

Silicon Valley/ Web Desk:

Most of us must have used the third-party sign-in option to log in to a new application. Users are given the option to log in with an email address, Facebook, or Twitter account to avoid the hassle of remembering the password for each app.

But for some users, the process of signing in to a third-party application becomes more difficult, but now Google has made this complex problem of its users easier.

According to a report published on the technology website 9 to5 Google, Google has further improved the process and made the sign-in experience much easier. The technology giant has added “One Tap Authentication” to its module called “Google Identity Services”, which makes it much easier to sign in to third-party applications.

This new method will work directly on existing websites and will not redirect users to a separate sign-in patch. The purpose of this new feature is to streamline the user browsing experience without any hassle.

According to the report, this feature will also be available for Android phone users, and “One Tap Prompt” will appear on Android users’ mobiles, while desktop users will be able to view it directly upwards. This feature will work for both newly signed up users and old logged-in users.

According to the report, users will also be able to see their name, email address, and profile picture at the bottom of the website.

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