Google’s new mobile operating system, Android M, will include native fingerprint authentication, BuzzFeed News has learned. The new functionality will allow users to log in to all of the supported applications on their Android devices without entering a password. Google is expected to announce the feature next week during a keynote at Google I/O, the search giant’s annual developer conference, in San Francisco.
Google declined to comment.
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