Since the smartphone is the center of our lives, and the fact that we do everything that requires an Internet connection, the mobile using multiple passwords. After all, we come across a myriad of applications, and we also access websites through our accounts. This compromises privacy, which is why it's easy to use a different password for each service; but it's hard to remember everyone.
Google introduced unfinished passwords within apps with Android 8 Oreo. It's called "Autofill" or auto-fill; even in Spanish Google has translated it as an automatic termination. With this security system is our Android will automatically fill in your username and password
Since Google can keep all your passwords in the cloud and under your account, why not remember them? It is always good to have all passwords written, either in the manual or used. Without a doubt of privacy due to the fact that Google stores passwords, its auto-completion service provides a very easy way Restore apps with the new Android whenever you remove your phone.
He Google Completion service
- Go to your Android Settings.
- Look for the "Languages and text input" option. It usually has its menu on the main settings page or is within the program options.
- If you are in "Languages and text input" go to "AutoComplete Service".
- This menu should not work or work outside of Google. You must enter its settings and select it.
- Additionally, you can add the full service you want, such as Lastpass.
This way, you always sign in to an app or game, and you already have a password from before, Google will suggest that you fill in the checkboxes So you don't have to remember the password. It is a secure service certified by Google. If you ever want to know all the passwords that a company stores in your account, you can go to this page.