Microsoft Authenticator therefore can save passwords even for non-Microsoft accounts, and now the software giant is adding a new big feature to the app.
Authenticator now offers autofill options, and what’s more, it can become the default autofill provider on an iPhone thanks to the changes Apple introduced with iOS 14 – the operating system now allows users to change the system defaults, so other apps can now replace Apple’s on an iPhone.
In addition to the autofill engine, Microsoft Authenticator also comes with sync support, so your passwords roam across the devices, with similar capabilities on other platforms too.
“Microsoft Authenticator can now securely store and autofill passwords on apps and sites you visit on your mobile device. Once you make Authenticator an autofill provider, it … (read more)
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