Now you can authenticate Google Pay transactions with your fingerprint or face

Now you can authenticate Google Pay transactions with your fingerprint or face

Now you can authenticate Google Pay transactions with your fingerprint or face

Apple Pay and Google Pay now support hundreds of banks and financial institutions, which makes it easier for customers to pay with their phones more often than not.

Google has finally added the biometric authentication system to the Google Pay app. Biometric authentication is a technology that will help you send money without going through the pain of typing PIN - now you'll be able to send money just by using your fingerprint or face.

Though Alphabet Inc's Google owns Android, its open source nature enables device makers to customize the operating system and package other apps with the operating system before delivering them to users.

The feature is now only available for Android 10 devices and is found in the Sending money settings section of the app. The new toggle now lets you authenticate with your unique features along with the PIN.

We've come to associate Google Pixel phones with the clean software and great photography that Google had shown glimpses of with the Nexus devices back in the day. Middle & Right: New biometrics toggle and face unlock in action.

Security researchers reportedly have found dozens of Android apps in the Google Play store serving ads to unsuspecting victims as part of a money-making scheme. For NFC payments in store, you still simply need to unlock your phone as usual. Now available, the updated app is based on Google Camera 7.2 and provides several new features to the older Google phones.

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