San Francisco, Dec. 16 (SocialNews.XYZ) Google is reportedly beta testing support for a “digital driver’s license” in its Wallet app on Android smartphones.
According to Google’s updated support page, “Intended for users running Android 8.0 (or later) who are participating in the Google Play Services beta program (specifically version 48.22),” The Verge said. reporting.
“With Bluetooth and Nearby Devices enabled, and ensuring your phone has St. Lock, you should see a new option for ‘ID Cards (Beta)’ when adding a new card in the Google Wallet app.” Added.
According to reports, the feature was announced at Google’s I/O developer keynote in May, with slides showing the US state of Maryland as the first ID available for the upcoming feature.
In May, Apple introduced support for Maryland ID and driver’s license in the Wallet app for digital identity capabilities.
This will allow state residents to use their iPhone or Apple Watch at certain checkpoints at participating airports in the United States, the report said.
To add a digital ID card to the Wallet app, users scan the front of the card, then the back, take a short facial record, submit an application, and finally wait for state approval. is needed. Added cards and reports.