There is now a revamped API for the autofill feature to be implemented on the Android 11 operating system which will be hooking right into supported keyboards such as the Gboard. According to report from AndroidPolice support for the feature has now arrived on the beta release of the Dashlane application.
The autofill feature has been seen on Google‘s own password manager and 1Password as the need for the autofill feature is required for password applications to work even much better.
The Dashlane password autofill suggestion are moved to the top of the keyboard which is mocked after the older password drop down. In the GBoard, there will be an automatic displays of user’s credentials which corresponds with the particular website or application they’re using at the moment.
The improvement has even reached the point whereby you can also search for passwords if you can’t locate yours on the list through a shortcut or just add a new login for the particular website/app right within the slide-up panel without even leaving the login screen at all.
The Android 11 beta is already out for devices that are compatible with it as well as using compatible keyboard applications such as the Gboard. With the Dashlane beta application installed (now available on Play store), you just enable the autofill service via the system settings and you should be able to start using the feature seamlessly without any hindrance.
The autofill update according to Dashlane will become available through a stable release when the official Android 11 stable version eventually get released.