Authorize Google Play purchases by your fingerprint on Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Android lollipop have only one option for keeping Google Play purchases safe: entering your password. But in Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Nexus devices(Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P), then you can authenticate with your fingerprint instead.

Fingerprint authentication is faster than typing a complex password, and also gives you the final or only decision on purchases if you share an account with others.

Way to set it up:

www.makersofandroid.com1: In the Google Play store, open the slide-out menu and go to Settings option.

2: Scroll down to Fingerprint authentication and mark the check box next to it.

3: Enter your password when prompted, and you’re done.

Important note: Fingerprint security need to be enabled for this setting to work.

Now you can skip on-screen password entry for any Google Play purchases. Instead, you will have a pop-up asking for your fingerprint.

It’s simply an easy and secure way to deal with Google Play purchases. There is long way awaiting to use this feature for everyone because slow roll-out of Android Marshmallow.

Let’s wait for next….

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