NEW DELHI: Twitter will soon enable Android users to become familiar with their Google Account when accessing Twitter from an Android device.
According to a report from 9to5Google, the Twitter beta update for Android now allows users to sign in with a connected Google account.
The social networking giant has been working on this integration for a long time. The report also suggests that Twitter is also engaged in a similar role for. is working Apple Account registration.
The report adds that this new feature will allow users to log in to create an account using their existing data. With this new feature, users no longer have to enter basic information like their name and email address. Together with this, the password requirement is also negated.
If you already have a Twitter account, you can log in with the email address of your Google account and skip entering the password. However, if you don’t have a Twitter account, you can create one using your Google sign-in option.
The option to log in to Twitter with a Google account is currently available in Twitter version 9.3.0-beta.04.
Recently, Twitter announced the end of his year-long role – Fleets earlier this week. Within a year of Fleets’ launch, Twitter believes Fleets has no future and has announced that it will discontinue Fleets from August 3, 2021. The social media platform also said that instead of Fleets, it will “introduce other opportunities for people” to share on Twitter “.
Twitter admitted that not many users were interested in fleets. “We have not seen an increase in the number of new people taking part in the talks with Fleets as we had hoped,” said a blog post.