WhatsApp announced the launch of its fingerprint lock feature on the Android application earlier this year. Android users will be able to use their fingerprint to open the application under the feature.
In the meantime, in which areas the entity will not be published yet is not certain. However, when the feature is available, users will be able to access the fingerprint lock feature through the application's privacy settings. The options in the settings allow users to choose to lock the screen immediately, in 1 minute or 30 minutes.
This feature, beta test for Android since August, may appeal to many users. On the other hand, it is thought that the area of use of the feature is limited compared to iOS. Because the WhatsApp fingerprint lock feature supports both Touch IDs and Face IDs on iOS, Android users can only benefit from the lock feature of WhatsApp. ;fingerprints.