Now use your Android phone as a security key for two-factor authentication on your iOS device

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Now use your Android phone as a security key for two-factor authentication on your iOS device

Now use your Android phone as a security key for two-factor authentication on your iOS device,  Google is constantly strengthening security measures for Google Accounts across all platforms. 

Binary authentication is an important factor in the security of your Google Account. 

Until now, this feature was only available for the Android platform, but now, Google has also enabled this feature on iOS devices where users can secure their Google Accounts using dual authentication.

Now iOS users can use their current Android phones as a security key for dual-factor authentication for their iOS devices. 

Due to limitations on how iOS works, the process is a bit different here. Instead of using Chrome to connect to your device (as used for PC versions), your Android phone is connected to the Google's Smart Lock app instead.

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Now use your Android phone as a security key for two-factor authentication on your iOS device
Once you've configured your devices, when you sign in to your Google Account on your iOS device, the app will send an Android phone access notification via Bluetooth where you can allow or decline to continue to your Google Account. 

Interestingly, if you'd like to sign in to your Android account, this will pay the notification to your iOS device.

the Google added this feature to your iOS device to add more security to your Google Account across different platforms. Google imagines that the setting will be used by someone, for example, an iPad and an Android phone, which makes sense. 

This feature is available to users who start today for all the Google Accounts. Therefore, check this new feature and secure your account with binary authentication.

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