Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr As per reports, WhatsApp is now working with a fingerprint sensor feature to prevent the others to see one’s chats. The element is now being worked on in Beta for Android 2.19.3 variant, WABetaInfo, a fan site that tests new WhatsApp features said. “After working to implement Face ID and Touch ID features on iOS (that aren’t available yet for development reasons), WhatsApp has finally started to work on the Authentication feature on Android, using your Fingerprint!” WABetaInfo, composing a point by point post on it said. The finger print highlight will be available inside the application under another section. When you enable the finger print feature, your WhatsApp will be totally protected from others to be seen. “The user should validate his identity as to open WhatsApp (from the application symbol, from the notification or from outer pickers). It will ensure the whole application, so it’s not used to lock specific discussions,” the report included. This feature would be accessible in future for any Android client (and later for iOS clients as well) having Android Marshmallow and more newer updates and a finger print sensor, WABetaInfo said. The Facebook-owned application a month ago revealed the much discussed Picture in Picture (PiP) mode for Android users. The feature will enable users to proceed with the video call screen while browsing through the convo.