The WhatsApp Fingerprint authentication feature is shown in the beta version of the Android app

The WhatsApp Fingerprint authentication feature is shown in the beta version of the Android app


he WhatsApp Fingerprint authentication feature is shown in the beta version of the Android app
he WhatsApp Fingerprint authentication feature is shown in the beta version of the Android app


WhatsApp has updated its Android beta app to version 2.19.83, and hints of another Authentication feature were spotted. 


WhatsApp Fingerprint Authentication Feature Spotted on Beta Version of Android App



The organization has been taking a shot at bringing this feature since some time now, and the most recent update demonstrates that WhatsApp has gained a great deal of ground. 


Beta tracker WABetaInfo has shared screen captures demonstrating how the Authentication feature can be empowered in Settings, and what the interface will resemble. 

Shockingly, this feature is handicapped as a matter of course, so it won't work for beta clients starting at yet. It stays misty when WhatsApp plans to move it out for the steady version clients. 

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The tracker says that the Authentication feature will let WhatsApp clients lock their record, and open it utilizing a fingerprint sensor. This feature ought to be empowered in Settings >Account >Privacy > Use Fingerprint to Unlock. 


When it's empowered, WhatsApp will enroll your fingerprint. It will at that point inquire as to whether you need the app to be bolted promptly (after you leave the app)/following 1 minute/following 10 minutes/or following 30 minutes. 

WhatsApp will give a hint demonstrating to clients that they needs to open the app utilizing fingerprint authentication. It will demonstrate a blunder if the app isn't opened after numerous attempts.

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 As referenced, this feature isn't empowered yet, so you won't see it regardless of whether you are on the most recent beta version 2.19.83. This feature should take off for beta clients in next updates. Outstandingly, iPhone clients as of now have the feature in the steady version of the iOS app, and separated from fingerprint authentication by means of Touch ID, facial acknowledgment by means of Face ID is likewise accessible to them. 

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WhatsApp is additionally taking a shot at Dark Mode, and it was spotted in one of the ongoing beta updates. Be that as it may, there is no word on when the WhatsApp Dark Mode will advance toward the steady version. 

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Late beta versions additionally demonstrate that WhatsApp is working new sending features too.

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