Biometric security which was introduced by Google with Android 10, has now come to Google’s widely used digital wallet platform and one of the widely used online payment system known as Google pay. The feature can we see in the latest 2.100 version of the application, which allows users to protect their online transactions using fingerprint and various facial recognition features, and this will have an intern provide the ultimate security to the user using the biometric system. Google Play users previously had to enter a pin to secure their transaction, but now this has changed with the latest updating in the TechnologyTechnology, and Google Now has its support for biometrics so that one can use fingerprints for face to authenticate money transfers. The new features do the job faster than the traditional pin security, and now the feature is not available in India but Google pay India still required in authentication for all transactions on up and biometrics is not replacing the UPI, but it is used to set device lock and the same used for unlocking the Google Play application. The feature is currently available for Android 10 devices, but according to the Android Police report, this feature might also come to Android 9 phones soon, and the user can find the option under the sending money section of the application. Biometric security has several advantages over the pin security, and Google Play is a rebranded version of UPI based application, which was launched in the year 2017. It is important to know that biometric security features work only for the money transferred and not for the other payments in the stores. One can switch from pin to biometric security or keep both options to protect the money transfer done via the application.