The update also adds a teams feature that allows users to share certain passwords.
The Android version of password-security app 1Password just got a big update.
App maker AgileBits released version six of 1Password with a new Material Design-based look intended to make it easier to use the app. In a blog post, the team pointed to “cleaner and more spacious layouts” in addition to improvements to toolbars and the navigation drawer.
To boost security on 1Password for Android, the new version also comes with fingerprint-unlocking support, as well as a teams feature that allows users to share certain passwords.
Looking ahead, AgileBits says it will update the app more frequently and add new “layers of polish” to the features the program already offers.
1Password—also available on iOS and PCs—is one of the more popular password managers on the market. The app allows users to store their passwords in a single repository, so they don’t need to remember them, and generates super-strong passwords in their place.
As expected, the version six upgrade is available as a free download. However, those who want access to the app’s premium features, including the ability to mark items as favorites and organize them within folders, will need to dole out a one-time fee of $9.99.