Securing your App Store/Play Store account and setting up payment authorization on iOS and Android is crucial for protecting your personal and financial information. Here's a short guide to fortify your account security and payment settings. 

Securing Your Account:

1. Enable Two-Factor Authentication:

  • On iOS, navigate to Settings > [Your Name] > Password & Security > Two-Factor Authentication
  • On Android, go to Settings > Google > Manage your Google Account > Security > 2-Step Verification.

2. Use Strong, Unique Passwords:
Generate complex passwords and use a reputable password manager to store them securely.

Setting Up Payment Authorization:

On iOS:

  1. On iPhone or iPad, purchase confirmation means the user has authenticated with Face ID, Touch ID, or the device passcode. If available, face ID or Touch ID is the default method, but the passcode can be used anytime. A passcode is automatically offered after three unsuccessful attempts to match a fingerprint or two unsuccessful attempts to match a face; after five unsuccessful attempts, the passcode is required. A passcode is also required when Apple Pay doesn't have a Face ID or Touch ID configured or enabled. 

On Android:

  1.  Open the Google Play Store app and tap Menu > Account.
  2. Under "Settings," select "Require authentication for purchases" and choose your preferred authentication method. By following these steps, users can bolster the security of their App Store/Play Store accounts and establish payment authorization, leading to a safer and more protected app purchasing experience.