Agile Bits have released 1Password 6 for Android and the latest version of the app, now supports Google’s Material Design.
As well as supporting Google’s Material Design, the app also comes with a range of other new features, including support for fingerprint sensors.
An application’s interface—the way you interact with it—is one of the most important things. In 1Password 6, we’ve given our app a face lift. But Material Design means so much more than that. Material Design is the name of what Google describes as a “visual language” for application designers and developers. It’s not just about fonts and colours, it’s about various visual elements that help provide a more consistent experience for you.
You’ll find cleaner and more spacious layouts, a navigation drawer, toolbars, and umpteen other things, all focused on a simpler, clearer, more convenient user experience.
You can find out more details about the latest version of 1Password 6 for Android over at the company’s website at the link below.
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