December 5, 2014
In June, during its WWDC event, Apple announced that it was opening up the Touch ID fingerprint sensor to third-party app developers. Earlier, Touch ID was limited to App Store and iTunes purchases and unlocking the device. The announcement caught the attention of banks, and we are witnessing Touch ID being used for accessing mobile banking services. Here are some banks who have already adopted Touch ID in their mobile banking apps:
The bank recently updated its Amex Mobile app with a new Touch ID based feature. Now you can log into your account, using the banking app, using Touch ID. The new feature utilizes the fingerprint sensor on your iPhone for logins. Touch ID was opened to third party apps with advent of iOS ...