Popular password management app 1Password has received a major update.

One of the changes is a through redesign and a switch to Google’s Material Design, which means the app now looks completely at home on newer Android devices.

Another major addition is support for the fingerprint sensor on devices running Android Marshmallow. This feature was previously only available on the iOS app but now you can secure 1Password on your Android phone and access it simply by using your fingerprint to unlock it.

They have also added 1Password for Teams, which means you can now share select passwords with a group of people from within the app.

You can download the updated 1Password from the link below. The Android app is free but to fully use it you will also need it installed on your desktop and other mobile devices.



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