One of the useful features of Google Chrome is the ability to automatically complete forms (Autofill), which came from Android 8 to the company's mobile operating system. Despite the help of filling out forms quickly, these features were also security concerns, and now there are signs that they will be fixed in the next version.
By saving useful data such as name, address, credit card number and other details, Autofill made it easy for the user to enter them repeatedly in various forms, so that when filling out the form, the information is displayed as a frame and Just click on it. However, the biggest problem with Autofill is that anyone who has access to your Chrome phone or browser can easily access sites or fill out forms using your information.
Naturally, Google is aware of this problem, and as developers at xda say, it is testing a feature that makes access to Autofill information conditional on biometric authentication. This process is possible with the help of BiometricPrompt API, and if implemented in the Android operating system, the user must prove his identity through one of the methods of corneal scanning, fingerprint or face recognition before accessing Autofill information.
The screenshot above is for the next version of Autofill settings on Android , and as you can see, it allows the user to enable biometric scanning before displaying auto-complete fields. This feature is still in the testing stages, and it's unclear when Google will make it available to all users, but it's unlikely that Google Play will be available with the next update.Source