Google Wallet adds Touch ID support, Amazon brings Goodreads to Kindle for iOS
December 16, 2014 - Kindle Unlimited
Two of tech’s biggest names denounced poignant updates to some flagship iOS apps this week, with Google permitting Wallet users to substantiate regulating their fingerprint and Amazon adding Goodreads formation and total reading to a Kindle app.
Google Wallet users can now reinstate a PIN formula used to clear a app with Apple’s Touch ID system, yet they will not be means to use Touch ID to substantiate transactions. Alongside Touch ID support, a app has been updated for a new shade resolutions of a iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Google has also combined a ability to use Wallet to separate a cost of exchange with friends, as good as offline entrance to faithfulness cards. In addition, a hunt hulk promises that a bug preventing some users from opening a app has been dispatched with.
Google Wallet chronicle 8.174.19 is accessible now as a free, 21-megabyte download from a App Store.
In credentials for a holidays, Amazon as combined a array of find facilities to a Kindle app for iOS. New Goodreads formation means that users can get personalized book recommendations formed on other books and genres that they like, while they can also share reading swell and snippets on a reading-focused amicable network from within a Kindle app.
Those reading Kindle books on Apple’s iPad now have entrance to a new Book Browser view, that shows information — including descriptions and patron reviews — when drumming on a book’s cover. The app will also yield information about a subsequent volume when users finish a book that is partial of a series.