A new update to Google’s Android security system allows Android users to disable the login screen when they log into an account from the Google Account page.
The update will be available for Android 5 and above in the U.S. and Canada, as well as in Australia and New Zealand later today.
Google has yet to release a statement on the update.
The security update is the latest in a series of Android security updates since Google launched the Google+ platform in February.
In September, Google also rolled out a new feature called “Account Security.”
It lets Android users log in automatically from the Settings page of a mobile device and automatically create a new Google account.
It’s meant to protect Google’s apps from malware, phishing and other attacks that target Google apps, but users also need to enable it for their accounts to function properly.
Google says the feature is “only needed on devices with Android 5 or higher.”
Google has been rolling out these security updates to Android users for years.
The company previously rolled out the update for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in March.
The last update was Android 5 Lollipop.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.