We're hearing a number of rumours around possible new features of Android M in the run up to its unveiling at Google I/O next week, with the latest hinting that Google will take on Apple's TouchID with native fingerprint unlocking.
According to a report from BuzzFeed News, the new feature of Android M will allow users to log in to all of their Android devices without having to enter a password – they'll just need to place a finger on a sensor.
We don't have much more information to go on, but it's implied that there will be a number of supported applications that will allow you to log in using just your fingerprint.
Giving the finger
If Google officially natively supports it with Android M, we could see a lot more Android devices begin to ship with fingerprint scanners in the near future.
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