WhatsApp has introduced Fingerprint Lock as an extra layer of security for its users worldwide.
The new feature is currently available on Android phones.
Early this year, the social media platform also introduced Touch ID and Face ID for iPhone users.
“Today we’re introducing similar authentication, allowing you to unlock the app with your fingerprint, on supported Android phones,” the Mark Zuckerberg-owned platform said in a new blog post.
Here’s how to enable
- Tap Settings
- Go to Account
- Select Privacy
- Fingerprint lock.
- Turn on Unlock with fingerprint, and confirm your fingerprint.
PS: If Fingerprint Lock is not active on your WhatsApp, visit Playstore to update your app.
Props: Business Insider