Mobile app Pass allows for users to log in to websites or apps using a fingerprint, iris or six-digit pin code, instead of filling out a membership form. [KT]Korea’s three mobile carriers introduced a service Wednesday where smartphone users will be able to log into apps and websites without registering for or joining each service. The function is provided by the Pass mobile app, which is an identity verification service offered to users of all three mobile carriers – SK Telecom, KT and LG U+. Even if a user does not join an app or website as a member, they will be able to log in by pressing the “phone number log in” button, which will automatically activate the Pass app. From there, the user can simply have their identity verified using their fingerprint or iris or by inputting a six-digit password instead of going through the cumbersome process of filling in a registration form for every new online service.The feature will only be allowed for apps and online services that are partnered with the Pass app or make use of Pass’s public API. For such partners, making use of the Pass app allows them to access data on users… Read full this story
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