Microsoft updates Next Lock Screen with fingerprint support for more devices

Microsoft updates Next Lock Screen with fingerprint support for more devices
The Next Lock Screen application for Android devices has just received a small, but important update that extends some of its features to even more smartphones.

Developed by Microsoft's Garage project, Next Lock Screen has been updated with support for fingerprint unlock method for more devices. Although the feature was available for quite some time, it didn't work for all Android smartphones.

With the latest update, Microsoft promises to bring fingerprint unlock on a lot more devices, so if it didn't work for you in the past, you might want to try again after updating Next Lock Screen.

But that's not all, as Microsoft announced that it has added new welcome tutorials to the application, which are supposed to be more meaningful and easier to follow.

The update brings support for volume control shown on top of lock screen, and it should also improve GPU performance, as well as reduce memory usage. The developers confirmed the update contains some bug fixes, too.

Don't forget that if you want to be up to date with the latest features the developers plan to include in the Next Lock Screen, you can join the app's beta community on Google+.


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