A unique mark sensor on your phone is awesome for rapidly opening it and making secure installments. Presently, you can likewise utilize it to do things like launch applications, turn on your light and the sky is the limit from there – simply like Google’s Pixel handsets.
Unique fingerprint Gestures, which works with phones running Android 6.0 and more current, alongside Google’s finger impression API, gives you a chance to guide single tap, twofold tap and swiping movements to a scope of activities that you can draw in when your telephone is opened.
In addition to launching apps, you can also do things like toggle the ringer mode, play/pause music, or view your recent apps. If your phone is rooted, you can also put it to sleep or scroll up and down using these gestures. It’s easy enough to configure in the app’s neat interface; the only downside is you have to put up with a persistent notification in the notification panel.
That certainly makes the fingerprint sensor a whole lot more useful. However, it’s possible that your device doesn’t support the fingerprint API and the app won’t be available for you to install from Google Play (like my Xiaomi handsets). Hopefully, that’s not you.