Use your fingerprint to add another layer of security to your app.
Touch ID provides a 2nd layer of security / protection for your apps. It relies on fingerprint recognition technology embedded in your phone’s home button to identity you as the owner of the device and granting access to apps like GSDfaster. Otherwise if Touch ID can’t recognize you then app access is denied. Simple right?
Devices with Touch ID support
As of writing (January 2016) Touch ID is currently available on:
- iPhone 5S
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 6s
- iPhone 6s Plus
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Pro
- iPad Mini 3 and iPad Mini 4
If you haven’t setup Touch ID on your device, you can find Touch ID setup instruction here
How to turn on Touch ID for GSDfaster
If you want to enable Touch ID for GSDfaster the follow steps below.
- Start your GSDfaster app
- From the Buckets menu press the cog icon to start Settings view
- Flick the switch next to Touch ID label until it turns green as pictured. If the label and switch are grayed out it means either your device doesn’t support Touch ID or Touch ID is not enabled
- Your done. Every time you start GSDfaster to collect stuff you will be asked for your fingerprint (as shown below). Gently placing your thumb over the home button authenticates you