BOSTON, March 19, 2018 — Abine, the online privacy company, has integrated Apple’s Face ID API into the privacy-focused Blur password manager and digital wallet. This means free or premium Blur users can auto-fill account logins at any web site simply by looking at their phone.
“Look at your iPhone and you’re logged in – it’s that simple,” said Andrew Sudbury, Abine’s co-founder and CTO.
The technology links users’ account logins and passwords to Blur’s auto-fill and submit engine, enabling Face ID to act as a kind of security second factor plus ease-of-use feature simultaneously.
Blur for iOS is available at the Appstore here for free download (4-star Appstore rating)
Blur’s mission is to provide users with the best protection for their passwords, payments, and privacy online. When it comes to the latest technologies such as Face ID, Abine is focused on making innovations widely useable. Integrating Blur auto-fill and Face ID makes the cutting-edge future of biometrics easy to use everywhere today.
Face ID, in Apple’s research, has shown that the probability of someone else unlocking a phone with Face ID is 1 in 1,000,000 as opposed to Touch ID at 1 in 50,000. And many iPhone X owners prefer the easy ergonomics of just looking to authenticate.
Blur– which protects consumers passwords, payments, and privacy, includes dynamic tracking protection for free and is available to add to Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge browsers and iOS and Android mobile devices here: https://dnt.abine.com/#premium
Online privacy company Abine is the creator of Blur– the only password manager and digital wallet that protects passwords, payments and privacy. Abine also offers the most popular information removal service, DeleteMe at www.joindeleteme.com. Abine’s solutions have been trusted by over 25 million people worldwide.