Password security stock pictureIn this day and age, each of us with a digital personality might find life to be a whole lot convenient, but on the other hand, it can be pretty challenging as well. After all, we realize that there are way too many passwords for various accounts to remember, and some of these passwords will require a combination of uppercase and lowercase characters, in addition to special characters and numbers. Having said that, Android apps could see the end of password memorization before the year is over.

Google’s Project Abacus which was originally presented at Google I/O in 2015 did manage to analyze the way you type, swipe, move and talk, resulting in a smart authentication system. In other words, this particular authentication system will supposedly enable one to access one’s apps – all without the need for a password or fingerprint match.

It seems that Project Abacus will be made available for Android developers to play around with before the year is over, and should everything go fine and dandy, then this feature might just spell the end of the password era for apps. It is definitely something to look forward to, don’t you think so? Not to mention saving you the hassle of going through pesky password retrieval processes.

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