Passwords are still one of the most commonly used ways to protect users from unauthorized access to web services and to stored data in the cloud by Android mobile users. Some of them are even such that their publication can be a great start to many lives. However, most users are not too fancy when designing their passwords. Therefore, it is no surprise that they become aware of malicious online hassles as soon as they are able to break into the database for possibly poorly secured web services.
This is also the reason why Google has recently decided to continue their efforts against matches to provide a better user experience for users. These are increasingly being considered for the FIDO2 (Fast Identity Online 2) application system, which many mobile applications already swear by. This is a system that can replace the usual password with biometric data.
Google will provide full FIDO2 support to all users of newer Pixel smartphones by the end of the summer. A little later, this login method will be available to other users of Android smartphones running Android 7 Nougat or later. Initially, the new system allows you to sign in to Google Password Manager without using a password, and a little later this system will be supported by other Google mobile applications. Of course, this "trend" will soon be followed by other software manufacturers.