The Android version of AgileBits' 1Password had an update yesterday that adds support for fingerprint unlocking, as well as a complete interface makeover. 1Password 6 for Android — one of our favourite password managers — now looks a little cleaner, is easier to navigate and is a bit more convenient for users overall thanks to a floating toolbar that can be accessed from any screen within the app. Fingerprint scanner support for phones like the Google Nexus 5X and the Samsung Galaxy S6 is a welcome addition as well, letting you use your fingerprint to unlock all of your passwords instead of using your master password. Fingerprint unlock is now available for 1Password Keyboard as well. If you have a phone running Android 4.1 or later, you can download the update for free from the Google Play Store right now. The app's premium features still require a one-time in-app purchase, but if you've previously unlocked the premium features, it carries over to version 6 when you update.
1Password 6 Comes To Android With Fingerprint Unlocking, Sleeker Interface
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