After three years of not updating it, Google is launching a major update to its Authenticator authentication app on Android and soon on iOS. Google is updating its Authenticator app to now support account transfer between devices Its last update on Android was in August of 2017, and on iOS about…
Three years after not updating it, Google launches a major update to its Authenticator app on Android and soon on iOS.
Authenticator from Google, an encryption-based authentication app, received its first update in three years, where it last updated on Android was in August of 2017, and on iOS about a year ago from now to support iPhone X screens, and this new update is It is currently only available on Android, and has a lot of new and expected additions.
Where now and for the first time, Android users will be able to easily transfer their accounts from one device to another without having to manually transfer each code or disable 2-factor authentication (2FA) and re-enable it in every account, and this feature is provided by the import and export tool, where it will let you choose the accounts You want to include and transfer it with a single QR code, and by the way, this feature has been available from the past on rival Authy, but it’s great to find it now in Authenticator.
In addition, the update provided a new design that takes into account modern screens with aspect ratios of “16: 9 ″, and there is full support for the dark mode, whether or not those who have OLED phones, aligned with a new design of the application interface entirely based on the material design standard 2 and private Google.
Finally, as we mentioned, this update is currently only available on Android, and it is expected that users of the other operating system iOS will arrive during the next stage.
Download Authenticator Update on Android.