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Almost three weeks ago, Microsoft updated the beta versions of its Authenticator apps for iOS and Android to include a new phone sign-in feature.
With phone sign-in, you can now use it to bypass having to type your password at all.
Today, the iOS app was updated to make the feature generally available on the platform, and the Android version was updated a week ago.
When signing into your Microsoft account, you’ll be able to choose to sign in from an app.
We’ve reached out to Microsoft to find out when Windows 10 Mobile will see this feature.
Microsoft Authenticator now supports phone sign-in on iOS and Android
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The simulator will be officially opened on October 19, 2016 and able to ‘land’ at over 20,000 airfields in different weather conditions and at all times and seasons EPA42/43 PlayStation VR An elated customer at the launch of PlayStation VR at the GAME Digital Westfield White City midnight launch.
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How to manage your Google Account on your Android phone
Your Google account is the lifeblood of your Android phone.
Account preferencesThe third option in the Google settings pane is where you’ll find information pertinent to your account, including your language preferences and Google Drive storage allotment.
Tap the Delete Google Services option, and you’ll be able to unlink Google+, YouTube, or Gmail from your account.
You will completely eradicate all existence of your Google account, so Google rightfully provides a series of necessary warnings and explicitly lists all of the songs, apps, movies, contacts, photos, etc., that will be deleted.
At the bottom of the list, you’ll find the Delete your Google Account option, which will do more than remove it from your device.