SwiftKey now helps you enter passwords faster

Microsoft SwiftKey can now display passwords from well-known password managers as a suggestion. If you usually type a password, you can choose Autofill at the top of the keyboard. The feature is currently in beta.

SwiftKey Password Autofill

He. She Microsoft SwiftKey-keyboard will soon work with Android 11’s Embedded Autofill API. This system allows keyboards to allow users to enter passwords easily. Android Police It states that SwiftKey is already testing the feature in the latest beta.

If an app or website asks you to enter a password, you will now see a suggestion to auto-fill it directly in the keyboard. Here in the editorial we see the job in Swiftkey Beta appear on our phones. It is not yet known when the feature will also be rolled out in the stable version of the keyboard

Password suggestion in SwiftKey beta

Some requirements

It is important that you have a device with Android 11 or later. In addition, in addition to the keyboard, a password manager should also work with this function. Gboard has been populating passwords for longer, and was one of the first password managers to offer support, was petwarden.

A few months ago, it was World Password Day, and on that occasion we showed on Androidworld how we can use Password security can be checked and create stronger passwords. Have you ever been sloppy when it comes to the security of your accounts? and this is Seven bad habits With passwords it is better to change them immediately.

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