Good News Folks, Android O Autofill Feature is coming.
Most Awaited Android Version Android O Is Getting Its Shape Day By Day.
Recent Big News Of This Is The Auto Fill Feature Of This Which Was Available In The First Android O Developer Preview.
This Feature Allows The Developers To Enable Autofill Directly To Their Apps Through Adding Apis. It Will Help The Users To Load Their Secure Information Directly To Through The Apps, likely Addresses, Name & Passwords.
Agilebits The Creator Of One Of The Most Popular Password Manager Has Posted In a blog About The Demo Of This Autofill Feature Of A Tweeter Account. It Help The User To Login To Account Easily.
As The Clip Demonstrated, The Autofill Framework In Android O Automatically Contacted 1Password After The Twitter Login Page Came Up. 1Password Simply Requested For The Owner’s Fingerprint To Fill Up The Stored Username And Password Data From 1Password. Once The Person’s Email Was Displayed Through The Autofill Framework And Tapped, The Username Along With Password Forms Were Automatically Filled With The Correct Information For Log In.
Agilebits States That They Likes These New Features That Have Been Mounted Into Android O For Both Developers And Users. In Theory As Of Now , It Will Make Password Management Much Easier To Create For App Developers, And Far More Easier To Use For Users That Own Android Smartphones, Especially The Smartphone Ones That Use Bio-metric Features Like Fingerprint, Face And Iris Scanners To Be Exact.
It Clearly Shows That Android O Is Fill With Surprise In-terms Of Security This Time.
Let’s Hope To See Some Brand New Features From Google This Year.
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