On top of that, expanded support for passkeys has been implemented, allowing users to use their fingerprint to log in to third-party apps. Apps will be able to take advantage of Android’s new Credential Manager to streamline the sign-in experience, allowing users to use sign-in methods like passwords and “Sign in with Google” more securely and conveniently. Other new features include better support for camera extensions, support for 10-bit HDR images, and Android’s new Health Connect feature, which lets you store health and fitness data directly on your device, following your steps. Apple Health example. For more details on the Android 14 update for Pixel devices, you can check out the official notes on Google’s website.