Twitter can allow Android users to sign in using their Google accounts

Twitter reportedly works in a way that allows users to sign in using a connected Google account on Android devices. Performance is part of the latest beta update.

The micro-blogging platform is also reportedly working on delivering the same functionality to its iOS users. This will help users to log in by step by step to enter basic information on Twitter.

The functionality of the new Google Account is reportedly only available to users who are enrolled in the beta testing program.

Google reports that Twitter’s allegedly works by allowing users to access social media using their Google accounts.

Users who are registered with the Twitter beta testing system and cannot access Twitter beta v9.3.0-beta.04 will be able to view this functionality. Also, this is only available to users on Android smartphones.

Twitter can allow Android users

The report states that once users have linked their Google accounts with their Twitter accounts, the app will automatically log into their profile without the need to enter their password if the same Google account is signed in on a smartphone.

Obviously, there seems to be no way to link an existing account with a Google Account. However, users can change their email address on their Twitter account to access this function.

Users who try this Twitter sign-in with an offline Google Account will be redirected to the account creation page with the new handle, which is already available.

As this functionality is in beta testing from now on, it is not guaranteed when it will reach all users but can be expected to arrive soon.

Similarly, Twitter’s is also reportedly working on introducing a similar iOS login method using its Apple accounts.

Also see: Apple Accused Of Loosening iPhones After Recent iOS Updates By Spanish Consumer Protection Organization

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