If you're a Chase Bank customer, using the firm's Android app just got a bit more secure. The latest update to Chase's app brings support for signing in with your fingerprint — should you have a compatible phone running Android Marshmallow, that is.
Here's the full breakdown from Chase:
- Use fingerprint sign in to log in. Your device must use Android OS v6.0 (Marshmallow) or higher. Certain features will still require that you enter your password.
- Please note that due to different implementations of Android fingerprint by device manufacturers, this feature will not be available for all devices.
Chase is the second bank, following Bank of America, that has added fingerprint support to its app in recent days. If you're a Chase customer, you can download the latest version of Chase Mobile from Google Play now.
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