Opening your phone with your fingerprint or facial recognition is cool and convenient. But it also means people can easily unlock your phone without permission - while in the process of being robbed say, or if you're arrested on suspicion of committing a crime yourself. Thankfully iOS and Android let you temporarily turn off fingerprint or face recognition with several different methods.
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Android (6.0+): Google's Pixel phones have some pretty cool fingerprint gestures. We've already seen one attempt to replicate this on other phones, but Fingerprint Gestures might be the most complete app we've seen yet.
Android (6.0+): The Pixel phones have one really neat, hidden feature that so far has been hard to duplicate: Fingerprint gestures. Swipe down on the sensor on the back of the phone and your notification shade comes down. Now, other phones can get in on the action.