Google’s sign-in with Google service allows users to quickly log in/sign up for third-party apps and platforms with just a single click, and the company has now confirmed that Google will soon unveil an improved version of the sign-in with Google menu with a more modern look and feel.
Currently, Google seems to be serving this banner to almost every user, just to ensure that they are aware of the upcoming transition. Users can also click on the dismiss option to close the banner.
Sign-in with Google is an important feature, especially for those who don’t want to go through a long process of creating a new account on almost every app or service they use on their smartphone and web browser. With this service, users can log in to most services in just a few seconds, where the platform will automatically share details like name, email address, language preference, and profile picture.
Right now, the sign-in with Google service uses a basic layout, which looks a bit outdated; however, with the upcoming revamp, the company is likely to introduce Material You design, which should give this login page a much-needed overhaul. On top of that, the company is also expected to introduce the ability to log in using passkeys, which removes the hassle of OTP and app-based authentication on a trusted device like a smartphone or a laptop.
Besides Google, Apple also offers Sign-in with Apple for users who have an Apple ID, which also works similarly to sign-in with Google, but a user needs to authenticate using either a password, Touch ID, or Face ID each time they log in to a new app or platform using this service. This service also allows users to hide their email ID for added privacy and still receive emails from the developer using private email relay technology.