Android 6.0 Marshmallow Supports Fingerprint Authentication on Google Play

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Fingerprint Authentication on Google PlayIn a recent news, you were told that the Android 6.0 M is out for various existing devices like Google Nexus. The Play Store on the new version of Android OS comes with the feature of Fingerprint Payment Authentication for devices having a sensor.



Every Android user will not be able to use this feature as this authentication only works with selected devices which are updated to latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow and packed with a fingerprint sensor.

Apple heads first in this race of ability of apps to make payments in iPhone and iPad from the year 2013. Not all Apple device user are getting the benefits of this feature as the required sensor is available for iPhone 5s or above, iPad mini 3, iPad Air or iPad Air 2, and iPad Pro.



Android 6.0 Marshmallow Fingerprint Authentication on Google Play

Google quietly updated this features without telling the users. The new Play Store feature is disabled by default in the new update of Marshamllow. This feature is revealed by AndroidPolice. The users who want to enable the feature, just head to the Google Play setting and enable the same option under User Controls section. [check: Huawei Honor 7 specs.]

The latest Nexus devices like 5X and 6P are available with Nexus Imprint sensor as what Google calls it. Until now, the fingerprint sensors were only widely used for unlocking the screens. However, with the course of the time, selected apps and platforms utilized it to access Paypal certification, etc.

Marshmallow Fingerprint Play Store

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