Published on 06/30/2018 3:01 am
OS X 10.10.3 makes it simpler to login to Google accounts with two-fac

Up and coming changes to OS X will before long make setting up Google accounts that utilization 2-step confirmation with the Mac considerably more straightforward. Included the designer beta of OS X 10.10.3 discharged yesterday, setting up a Google account in the Internet Accounts area of the System Preferences application currently underpins 2-step check simply like the web.

Earlier forms of OS X including the general population rendition accessible presently right now require utilizing an application particular watchword to set up a Google account with OS X.

The new procedure is significantly less difficult as it essentially requires presenting a code sent over instant message or Google Authenticator as opposed to going through numerous means to approve OS X as an application. The switch impacts setting up Google administrations like Gmail with the framework and utilizing applications like Calendar, Contacts, Messages, and Notes.

Support for signing in with a Google account on iOS still requires an application particular secret word. (Refresh: iOS 8.3 changes this to line up with OS X 10.10.3.)

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