Google is working on various projects, from building a new messaging app where they are going to use Artificial intelligence and much more to Project Loon and giving WiFi access to various Railway Stations in India.
Coming onto the latest development, Google wants you to use your phone to sign into your account using your phone without the need for password. The feature uses your phone to authenticate your identity by bringing up a notification that allows you to grant or deny access to your account.
Google has confirmed it is testing this feature with a small number of users right now. A Google spokesperson provided the following statement:
We’ve invited a small group of users to help test a new way to sign in to their Google accounts, no password required. ‘Pizza’, ‘password’ and ‘123456’—your days are numbered.
Yesterday, a Reddit user rp1226 posted that he’s invited to sign in to his account from his phone. Once accepted the request to be the beta tester for the feature he received the following mail which gives answers to whole faqs and all other necessities:
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