Google has added a new fingerprint feature for Android and Mac devices to Chrome’s latest beta version, which will help developers enhance security.
The update will allow Chrome to use fingerprint sensors on the Touch ID of the MacBook Pro and Android devices. While there is no information about whether the update is available for other platforms, for example, for fingerprint scanners Windows Hello or Touch ID on the iPhone.
In addition, in the beta version of Chrome, there are some more interesting features: support for Bluetooth for Windows 10, which gives Chrome the ability to connect to other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Also, Google added a new experimental function Shape Detection API. It will allow users to identify faces, barcodes, text in images, and QR codes.