In times like developers abandoning the Apple Watch application to the left and right, Microsoft immediately launched a popular Authenticator application for watchOS.
The company claims that Authenticator will be released on Apple Watch in the coming weeks. The public preview program is available in TestFlight.
The Microsoft Authenticator app in Apple Watch supports Microsoft personal accounts, workplace accounts, school accounts set up with push notifications. All supported accounts are automatically synchronized to the watch.
Unlike standard application-based authentication, which typically requires you to enter a 6-digit code, Microsoft uses the approval / deny method only. With Apple Watch support, you just tap the "Approve" button to the right of the Apple Watch notification.
If you want to test new features, you can sign up here.
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