LastPass for Android gets a Material Design update with improved navigation

LastPass for Android gets a Material Design update with improved navigation

As with most Android apps, it was only a matter of time: Password manager LastPass has gotten a Material Design update. The visual overhaul is part of an overall move to simplify the app and make it easier to navigate through.

As often seen with Material design, there’s now a floating action button at the lower right hand corner of the screen. Once you press it, a pop up menu will appear with options to add a new Site, Secure Note or Form Fill profile.

There’s the expected left-hand drawer that you pull in with a swipe for more options, such as the ability to toggle between your stored sites, notes and forms. It also allows you to add and edit Shared Folders to collaborate on secure documents.

LastPass has also changed your default view in to show your information from your apps instead of your vault, along with “browser mode” that allows yout to toggle saved log-ins when surfing the Web.

Finally, if you’ve just bought yourself a Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, you can get free upgrade to a Premium LastPass subscription, which adds some additoinal security features and removes ads.

LastPass for Android Is Lookin’ Good: Material Design Updates & Samsung Galaxy Gifts [LastPass]

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