In the process of cryptography, biometric technology provides significant thrust, especially on mobile devices, allowing users to easily and quickly log into different accounts. Google's latest fingerprints and pins for Android devices can be used as a way to log in to some Google web services, reducing the need for users to enter long passwords.
In the past, it was possible to log into the service using the device's biometric device and zip code. Only native applications can do this, but the user sometimes needs to process it through a webpage. Google has put relevant content and relevant web services on the support page so everyone can see it.
Google said that they will start rolling out features on designated Android phones in the next few days. According to their response to The Verge, all Android and .. and phones with biometric devices will be able to enable this feature. This system version will be used as a benchmark because Google has since created the FIDO2 architecture, so that all future Android phones are FIDO2 certified and can be used as physical security keys.
If you want to know if your mobile phone has this capability, you can use the Chrome browser to upload passwords.gov.com on an Android device, if there are any, the web page will ask if Do you want to enable the Fingerprint Login service? No editors have seen it.