Chase Mobile App Updated With Fingerprint Support

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The Chase Mobile banking application received an update this week, bringing support for many to use their smartphone’s built-in fingerprint reader to log into the app, instead of using a name and password. While this news will be glorious for quite a few, Chase details on the app listing that not all fingerprint readers are support, and users will need to be on Android 6.0+ to take advantage of the feature. 

According to the changelog, logging in with your fingerprint is pretty much all you can do, and other features may require you to use a password for further account protection.

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