• Chrome adopts fingerprint authentication on Android for increased security

    1 month ago - By Phone Arena

    The team behind Chrome is trying to make the browser as secure and easy to use as possible, and the latest improvements announced earlier this week are an important step towards that goal. Chrome 70 beta is now available for download on Android, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, and Windows, and among the many additions aimed at developers, there are a couple specifically designed for users.
    The most important is fingerprint authentication on Android, which allows websites to access a device's fingerprint sensor and “shape identification.” Fingerprint sensor support is useful on websites that...
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