Forgetting your password can be such a pain. With so many websites and services online, who has time to remember all of their important logins for every single destination on the web?

Google will now let most Android users running Android 7 or later log in to a smattering of services with just a fingerprint instead of a password. Of course, you need to have a compatible phone or tablet that can work with this feature.

Google previously announced in February that devices with Android 7 and above are now certified under the FIDO2 standard, which essentially means users should no longer have to rely solely on passwords to keep their devices secure. In tandem with a service called WebAuthn, the days of having to memorize a string of text and symbols should effectively be over.