Sign in to your applications and websites with passkeys

You can now use passkeys to sign in without using a password. To verify your identity and create a passkey, you need a biometric sensor, like fingerprint or facial recognition, a PIN or a swipe pattern. Your passkeys are saved and synced by your password manager, and you can use them to sign in on other devices.

Understand passkeys better:

Understand passkeys in four minutes

Create a passkey

Important: To create a passkey for an application or website, you should first register with that application or website. Not all applications or websites support passkeys.

  1. Go to the application.
  2. Sign in to the application.
    • The application may prompt you to create a passkey, or you may have to go to the application settings.
  3. Tap Create a passkey.
  4. Check the information stored with the new passkey.
  5. To create the passkey, use the device screen unlock.

Sign in with passkey

Sign in with passkey

  1. Go to the application.
  2. Select the account you want to use to sign in.
  3. To complete login, use the device screen unlock.

How passkeys work with password managers

To sign in on other Android devices, you can save passkeys in Google Password Manager or another third-party password manager, such as Samsung Pass, Keeper or 1Password.

To select a password manager for saving passkeys:

  1. On your Android device, go to Settings.
  2. Tap Passwords and accounts.
    • You can also search Password.
  3. Tap the name of the password manager.
  4. Select the password manager you want to use.

To enable a password manager to suggest passkeys when you sign in:

  1. On your Android device, go to Settings.
  2. Tap Passwords and accounts.
    • You can also search Password.
  3. Switch the toggle next to the password manager you want to enable.

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