Google Announces Major Updates for Password Manager 

A blog post from Google detailing some significant updates to Password Manager has been published. Users will be able to automatically group their passwords on Chrome and Android devices if they have several passwords for the same websites or apps thanks to the new modifications. 

The search engine giant has also released a new tool called Password Checkup that warns users of compromised credentials and weak or overused passwords when they input their passwords for online accounts and gives them the chance to update them. Users will have the ability to automatically secure passwords that are prone to hacking and are weak.

Additionally, Android users will be able to add a shortcut to Password Manager on their home screen, enabling single-tap access to their passwords.

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