New beta, new features!
Twitter is now allowing its users to log in the platform by using their linked Google Account, which means it’s not easier to login if you are using a newer device.
Not only that, but this also means that you can now create a new account where you can sign up with the existing details without entering some information.
Also, this makes everything easier because you are no longer required to enter your password because you can just redirect everything to your email and boom, you’re in.
But the thing is, this feature is not available for everyone, yet.
This feature is currently available for people that are using the latest beta version of Twitter.
Twitter has not revealed when they will be releasing a stable and official version of this feature for everyone. But it is expected that this update will first be received by Android users via the official Twitter application.
Also, this option can also be used to create a new account, but if you are using an account that is already registered with an account, it will automatically login into that account without you having to enter the password.
This is what it would look like if you want to login with using your GMail:
Although this is not bad news for Apple users because this will also come for them.
The company is also reportedly working on a similar type of feature for iOS users. According to a report, Twitter will utilise your Google account and will login without requiring the password entry. Same like Android users.
If you want to try this feature, you need to download the 9.3.0-beta.04 Twitter Beta Version in order to sign in via a Google account.
You can get this beta version by enrolling in the Twitter Beta Channel through Google Play Store.
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