There is a new report which points towards possible biometric authentication aka fingerprint access to the WhatsApp application.
Apple iPhone users and Android phone users can rejoice. WhatsApp could be very well planning to bring biometric authentication access to its social messaging app. WhatsApp has been working for some time to bring a host of new features on the app for both iOS and Android smartphone users. One of the major features we talked about before was that WhatsApp was working to bring out the Dark Mode feature which was to be rolled out alongside the Android Q update, and now there is a new report which points towards possible biometric authentication aka fingerprint access to the WhatsApp application.
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In a report by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp has rolled out their beta version numbered Android 2.19.3 update in which it has provided a new type of authentication for Android users. The report further states that after working on the Face ID and Touch ID integration feature on the WhatsApp for iOS users which is not yet available yet for developmental reasons, WhatsApp has started working on the WhatsApp fingerprint authentication for Android applications.