Google has started rolling out new Patriot software that users can use to login to their Android smartphones and tablets, including those running Android 4.4 KitKat or later.
In an update to the Google Play app for Android 4, the company has added a new option to the settings menu to allow users to enable the feature, according to a Google+ post.
The new feature is called “Login with Patriot” and it lets users login from any Android device running Android 2.3, 4.0, or 4.1.
The feature works with Google Play Services like Google Maps and Gmail, but is available on other Android devices, including the Nexus 5, Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 9, Pixel C, Nexus 10, Pixel X, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL.
It’s unclear how this new feature works or if it will work on older Android devices that don’t support the new login method.
The feature is currently available in the Play Store and Google Play Movies and TV, Google Play Music, and Google Now.
For those unfamiliar with Patriot, the Google account for the company’s smartphone operating system, this is the way it works:The company says it started rolling the feature out earlier this year and will continue to roll it out over the next several months.
The company says the feature is available to all Android devices running the Android operating system that are signed into a Google account.
Users who want to get started with Patriot will be able to select this new option by tapping the gear icon in the top right of the settings screen.
Users will be prompted to download the latest update, and it will install the software.
Users can choose from the following Android versions, depending on the device:The Patriot app is currently only available in Canada, and there are no plans for other markets at this time.