Bank of America app adds fingerprint sign-in for Marshmallow phones

Thanks to the latest update to Bank of America’s Android app, more users can now log in with just a touch. The latest update adds support for Marshmallow’s fingerprint authentication API, allowing anyone with a phone packing both and fingerprint sensor and Android 6.0 Marshmallow to sign-in with just a touch. Prior to this, Bank of America only supported Samsung’s fingerprint API. Of course, there’s more to look forward to in this update as well. Here’s the full rundown of what’s new: Order checks—browse our catalog, customize your checks and track your order Choose how you deposit checks—either by letting your phone take the photo automatically (recommended) or taking the photo yourself Sign in with your fingerprint (if your device model has this feature, you’ll see the check box prompt when you sign in to the app) If you’re a Bank of America customer, be sure to let us know what you think of the update in the comments below! …

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