Google Adds New Changes to its Account Sign-in Page


It goes without saying that Google tends to make frequent tweaks and changes to its software services every now and then, which sometimes come as a surprise to users. With that in mind, Google recently announced that it made some slight changes to the Google account sign-in page, which will appear for users on their phones, tablets, and computers.

In case you haven’t noticed, the new sign-in page now features a re-designed layout (as pictured above), which Google says can easily adapt to screens of all sizes. As per Google’s official support page:

“The new sign-in page has a better layout for all screen types, which includes large and wide screens. The sign-in page adjusts to your screen’s size.”

Other than its layout, no changes to functionality were mentioned by Google, so users can expect the same sign-in process on their devices – it’s a pretty minor change which shouldn’t affect how users sign in to their accounts and hardware.

Source: Google

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