Facebook launches App Lock feature with support for Face ID and Touch ID on Messenger

by Johnson Daniel

Facebook has decided to enhance privacy and security for the Messenger app on iOS by including a new “App Lock” feature. The company hopes that this will let users feel more comfortable when letting someone else borrow their phone, preventing anyone else from viewing private Messenger chats. Facebook said that the user’s fingerprint or face data is “not transmitted to or stored by Facebook.”

Facebook launches App Lock feature with support for Face ID and Touch ID on Messenger

The new “App Lock” feature is not yet available for Android users to enjoy, as it should be available for Android users over the coming months.

How to enable App Lock on Facebook Messenger

To enable App Lock, Messenger users can head to the new “Privacy” section in settings. In addition to App Lock, the company is planning to launch more privacy controls over the coming months.

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