Slowly but surely we’re seeing apps get updated with support for Android’s BiometricPrompt API, a new back-end language that accepts more biometric methods of authentication than just fingerprint readers. That’s, of course, since Google just launched theĀ Pixel 4, which is the first Android phone carrying hardware that’s sophisticated enough to replace your fingerprint with your face.

Google Pay is the latest app to support facial recognition in addition to fingerprint identification and, surprisingly enough, is the first Google app of its kind to support this feature. That’s mainly because most Google apps just utilize your Google account for authentication, which you’re already logged into thanks to owning an Android phone.