Twitter is reportedly working on a way to let users log in the use of a connected Google account on Android devices. The functionality is part of the newest beta update. The micro-blogging platform may be reportedly working on rolling out a similar functionality to its users on iOS. This will help users to log in by bypassing the step to go into basic details on Twitter. The new Google account functionality is reportedly only to be had to users who have enrolled in the beta testing programme.
9to5Google reports that Twitter is allegedly working on letting users log in to the social media platform the use of their Google accounts. Users who have enrolled with Twitter’s beta testing programme and have access to Twitter beta v9.3.0-beta.04 will be capable to view this functionality. Also, this is only to be had for users on Android smartphones.
The outline states that whether users have already linked their Google accounts to their Twitter accounts, then the app will simply log in to their profile without the want to enter their password whether the same Google account is logged in to the smartphone. It appears, there appears to be no way to link an existing account to a Google account. Then again, users might be able to change their email address on their Twitter account to gain this functionality.
Users who attempt this login method on Twitter with an unlinked Google account will be redirected to the account creation page with a new, automatically generated take care of. Users are cautioned before they attempt to take a look at this new login method on their Android smartphone. Since this functionality is in beta testing as of now, it’s not confirmed when it’ll reach all users but will also be expected to reach soon.
In a similar fashion, Twitter may be reportedly working on introducing a similar login method for iOS the use of their Apple accounts.
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