Google Pay is getting ready for the incognito mode, and support for facial recognition

Google Pay is getting ready for the incognito mode, and support for facial recognition


Not all the news from Google Pay spend for add support for more banks. The application has, orther aces stored in the sleeve, which are not yet active but that is left to see the dig inside your APK.

there Are two new Google Pay that follow from this analysis. The first: the inclusion of its own incognito mode for payments. In addition, apparently included in a future biometrics using facial recognition, in time for the Google Pixel 4.


incognito Mode

Incog

Google has included the incognito mode in Chrome, Allo (rest in peace), Gboard, YouTube, Maps and search, and apparently will also be present in your app payment Google Pay. There are several mentions of the incognito mode in the application, although it does not include hints on how this would work exactly.

will Probably be able to activate the incognito mode from the side panel, so that payments made with this mode enabled not display in the transaction history. Have to wait and be active in order to check its operation.

face Recognition

Ecofacial

on the other hand, a small adjustment in the options of biometrics Google Pay. Although up to now it is allowed to use the fingerprint as an additional mode to the PIN code to verify your identity, the text has been adjusted to speak of “biometric identification, such as your face or your fingerprint.”

The wink seems clear to the future Google Pixel 4, which will have a advanced system of facial recognition of four sensors, unknown yet if it will also include a fingerprint reader under the screen or not.

This information is contained within the APK of the version 2.94.259479103, although it is normal to find clues within the file weeks or even months before they are activated from the server part.

Via | Android Police

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The news Google Pay is getting ready for the incognito mode, and support for facial recognition was originally published in Xataka Android by Ivan Ramirez .


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Google Pay is getting ready for the incognito mode, and support for facial recognition
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August 1, 2019

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