Google has unveiled an update to its OpenID program, the online identity verification tool that Google said in March was designed to improve user privacy.
The new OpenID 3.0 update adds support for multiple authentication methods, including OpenID, Google Authenticator, and Apple Authenticator.
Google says OpenID can be used with most mobile devices, including Android phones and tablets.
“OpenID is a way for people to authenticate themselves using their Google account,” Google wrote on its blog.
“OpenID 3 provides more features and functionality, such as a more secure way to log into websites and services, more flexibility with logging into other apps, and better security for those using your Google account.”
Google’s OpenID app for Android devices and tablets is free and available for free to users who already have Google Authenticators.
The Google Play Store also supports the OpenID authentication service.
Users of other Android devices can use the Google Authentication service for free, but Google has not yet released a list of apps that offer this service.
Google has also said that its open source OpenID SDK is now available for developers.
Developers can add OpenID features to their apps with Google’s open source SDK, which was recently announced for the Android SDK and includes a Google Authentications API.
Google’s Android SDK offers a number of OpenID services, including a new authentication method for mobile devices and a new Android API for connecting to OpenID-enabled web services.
Google said that Android apps now include OpenID APIs for connecting, authenticating, and setting up web services, and developers can build applications that leverage these APIs.
“We’re making it easier for developers to create apps that leverage OpenID’s APIs for a more seamless experience,” Google said.
Google also announced the first official implementation of an authentication service for the Chrome browser, which allows users to access the Chrome Web Store.
The browser is a key part of Google’s Chrome OS and Chrome OS mobile operating systems, which are also open source and available to anyone to use.
Google said that Chrome OS is now the first open source browser to support OpenID.
The announcement comes after Google’s Open ID team said earlier this month that it had added support for the new Open ID API for Android.
The OpenID API is a platform-agnostic authentication framework, which enables anyone to add new APIs to the Chrome web browser, as well as to Chrome OS, Google’s other open source mobile OS.
Google announced the Open ID 3.1 API in February and said that it would be added to ChromeOS and the Android platform later in the year.
Google is now rolling out a new version of Open ID for Android in June.