Passwords keep getting more annoying but thankfully there are lots of different apps to help you securely manage them without writing them all down on a slip of paper that you store somewhere deep in a desk drawer. One of the best password management apps is 1Password, which lets you store all your passwords on one application and activate them simply through typing in one master password. Basically, then, your one 1Password password serves as the only password you’ll ever need to remember once you store all your other passwords on the app.
Unfortunately for Android users, the full version 1Password has only been available for iOS, Windows and Mac users… but that’s about to change. El Android Libre notes that AgileBits is about to release a fresh beta for 1Password for Android, which suggests that a final version of the app can’t be too far off. Although Android users can have been able to use the 1Password Reader from AgileBits, that app is mostly an extension of the desktop app and doesn’t come close to offering all the features that the iOS version of the app offers.
We don’t know for sure when the full version of 1Password will make its way to Google Play but we can bet that it will be a hot seller once it arrives. Some of El Android Libre’s screenshots for 1Password for Android follow below.