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Google’s Pixel Password manager makes switching to passkeys easy for Best Buy, Nintendo, Uber, and others.

Google Pixels recently updated the built-in password manager to identify accounts that support passkeys — a more secure login method than passwords — and prompt users for a simple security upgrade.

It’s coming to other devices eventually, and Google announced today several companies that not only support passkeys, but they've also set up their accounts so users will be taken directly to the correct page to set up a passkey. Better yet, other services can freely add the feature too.


Screenshot of Google Password Manager on a Pixel phone promting the user to simplify their sign-in by switching to passkeys.
Google Password Manager passkeys prompt for supported accounts.
Image: Google