Now, compatible sites can ask to log in with passkey within Chrome. Screenshot: The Verge

Passkeys are now available to use in Chrome. Google added the passwordless secure login standard this week to Chrome Stable M108 after going through a testing period that started in October.

The feature now works using Chrome on both desktop and mobile running Windows 11, macOS, and Android. Google also lets you sync passkeys from Android to other devices through either the company’s own password manager or a third-party one that supports it, like 1Password or Dashlane.

This QR codes generated when trying to log in to the site. It can link with your mobile device and use the passkey on it.

Alternatively, you can use a USB security key to log in if you’d prefer.

A passkey is a unique identity…

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