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WhatsApp finally brings fingerprint authentication to Android beta users


  • The long awaited feature has made its way to a stable WhatsApp beta build for Android
  • You can activate the functionality by tapping on the hamburger menu (three dots on the top right corner) and then selecting 

Settings>Account>Privacy>Fingerprint lock







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