Thanks to the latest update to Bank of America's Android app, more users can now log in with just a touch. The latest update adds support for Marshmallow's fingerprint authentication API, allowing anyone with a phone packing both and fingerprint sensor and Android 6.0 Marshmallow to sign-in with just a touch. Prior to this, Bank of America only supported Samsung's fingerprint API.

Bank of America bring fingerprint sign-in to more phones with Marshmallow API support

Of course, there's more to look forward to in this update as well. Here's the full rundown of what's new:

  • Order checks—browse our catalog, customize your checks and track your order
  • Choose how you deposit checks—either by letting your phone take the photo automatically (recommended) or taking the photo yourself
  • Sign in with your fingerprint (if your device model has this feature, you'll see the check box prompt when you sign in to the app)

If you're a Bank of America customer, be sure to let us know what you think of the update in the comments below!