1. I’ll be passing on Google’s new 2fa for logins on iPhones and iPads. Here’s why  Ars Technica
  2. You can now use an Android phone as a physical security key for 2FA on iOS  The Verge
  3. Google expands Android's built-in security key to iOS devices  ZDNet
  4. Android security keys can now verify Google sign-ins on iOS  9to5Google
  5. Google opens its Android security-key tech to iPhone and iPad users  TechCrunch
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If using Android to log in to Google from an iPad sounds complicated... you're right.If using Android to log in to Google from an iPad sounds complicated... you're right.

I’ll be passing on Google’s new 2fa for logins on iPhones and iPads. Here’s why | Ars Technica

If using Android to log in to Google from an iPad sounds complicated... you're right.If using Android to log in to Google from an iPad sounds complicated... you're right.

I’ll be passing on Google’s new 2fa for logins on iPhones and iPads. Here’s why | Ars Technica

Google is expanding the ability to use an Android phone as a physical two-factor authentication security key to include iOS devices (the feature previously launched in April, but only worked with Chrome OS, macOS, or Windows 10).Your Android phone is the key to using your iPhone now

You can now use an Android phone as a physical security key for 2FA on iOS - The Verge

iPhone and iPad users can now use their secondary Android smartphones as 2SV/2FA security keys.iPhone and iPad users can now use their secondary Android smartphones as 2SV/2FA security keys.

Google expands Android's built-in security key to iOS devices | ZDNet

Google will now allow iPhone and iPad owners to use their Android security key to verify sign-ins, the company said Wednesday. Last month, the search and mobile giant said it developed a new Bluetooth-based protocol that will allow modern Android 7.0 devices and later to act as a security key for two-factor authentication. Since then, […]Google will now allow iPhone and iPad owners to use their Android security key to verify sign-ins, the company said Wednesday. Last month, the search and mobile giant said it developed a new Bluetooth-based protocol that will allow modern Android 7.0 devices and later to act as a security key for two-factor authentication. Since then, […]

Google opens its Android security-key tech to iPhone and iPad users – TechCrunch

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Eric Vanderburg on Twitter: "Google Expands Android's Built-in Security Key To iOS Devices https://t.co/bd2nZk61qa"

Back in April, Google turned every Android 7.0+ device into a security key for signing into first-party services. Android security keys for iOS...Back in April, Google turned every Android 7.0+ device into a security key for signing into first-party services. Android security keys for iOS...

Android security keys can now verify Google sign-ins on iOS - 9to5Google

Now, Android phones running Android 7.0 Nougat or newer can act as 2FA security keys for Google accounts on iPhones and iPads running iOS 10.0 and up.Now, Android phones running Android 7.0 Nougat or newer can act as 2FA security keys for Google accounts on iPhones and iPads running iOS 10.0 and up.

You can now use your Android phone as a 2FA security key for Google accounts on iOS | VentureBeat

Google looks to add an extra layer for security for Apple's devices.Google looks to add an extra layer for security for Apple's devices.

Now you can use Android devices as security keys for iPhones, iPads - CNET

Who said that Apple- and Google-powered devices can't work in harmony? Not Google. It's taking advantage of its recently added security key functionality to u...Who said that Apple- and Google-powered devices can't work in harmony? Not Google. It's taking advantage of its recently added security key functionality to u...

Your Android phone can sign you into Google on iOS devices