Microsoft Authenticator updates on Android with fixes and visual changes

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Microsoft Authenticator has updated to Version 6.2.26 on Android devices this week. This latest update features some design changes, improves battery usage, and makes sure that the app continues to be compliant with the latest data protection regulations. Here’s the official release notes.

  • New Look. Your account is now shaded grey if it isn’t set up for identity verification, and is only used to access organizational resources.
  • Changes to ensure the app is compliant with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) directive
  • Battery optimization fixes

Microsoft Authenticator is an app that can be used to log into services that have two-factor authentication enabled. The app is completely free to download to use on Android and there are also versions on iOS devices and Windows phones.

Do you use Microsoft Authenticator? Let us know what changes you would like to see made to it in future updates in the comments below.

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