Google Chrome will bring a very interesting novelty for MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

Touch Bar MacBook Pro

In a previous article I told you if the Touch ID sensor that the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar have will last over time or if on the contrary Apple is already testing the Face ID sensor on computers as well.

This idea would not be far-fetched and is that in the last Keynote we have witnessed the fate of Touch ID in the entire new range of iPhones, which could be ported to the iPad in the next Keynote and finally to the MacBook.

Be that as it may, application developers for macOS, including Google itself with the Google Chrome, they have got to work and in version 70 of Google Chrome the possibility of use the MacBook Pro's Touch ID sensor with Touch Bar.

In a short time, users who make use of the new version of Google Chrome, will be able to use said browser to use the fingerprint with the Ensor Touch ID. Hereinafter, Google Chrome 70 will allow the end user to make use of the Touch ID sensor to authenticate digitally.


By allowing the user to authenticate through the browser, this system can also be used in a browser other than Apple's Safari. There are times when the websites of certain places cannot be run well in Safari due to incompatibilities and therefore the user resorts to Google Chrome. Well from now on you will also be able to make use of fingerprint fingerprint authentication on the web browsed in Google Chrome. 

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