Google Spend lastly adds biometric authentication for funds transfers



In the previous, if you wanted to send funds through Google Spend you’d be prompted to use an old college PIN pattern to authenticate the transfer. Beginning with version two.100 Google is lastly adding help for fingerprints and face authentication for funds transfers thanks to Android 10’s biometric API.

Google Pay version 2.100 biometric options
Google Pay version 2.100 biometric options

New biometric choices in Google Spend

The function is at the moment only out there for Android 10 devices and is discovered in the Sending funds settings section of the app.

Previously you had been only restricted to applying your Google Account Pin but now can switch to biometric authentication as an alternative. Google’s personal Pixel four lineup relies on facial unlock for authentication so this new addition will undoubtedly be helpful for owners of that 1.