As per the new announcement from Google, Chrome users will now find it easier to synchronise their information across all devices. With the new features that are expected to come out in the next few weeks and months, Chrome users will be able to synchronise namely information regarding passwords and payments.
This will make it easier for Android users to access their payment information in the Chrome browser on their phone. Using their Google account, they will also be able to verify either via biometric authentication or by the security code of their card, that is the CVC.
The process of logging in on Google account is also anticipated to be simplified. The synchronisation will work across various Google apps, such as Gmail, giving users the ability to sign in by tapping into another Google app if they are already logged into another one.
On the other hand, password access will be enhanced by a new update to come around for the desktop version of Chrome. The passwords will be saved as per the user's choice– on the device or to synch them with the help of their Google account. Although synchronisation facilities already exist across Google apps, Google has identified a problem that sync mode has to be turned on for all of them in order for this to kick off.