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Keeper for Android Announces New FastFill Feature to Help You With Those Long Passwords

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Hot on the heels of our story on a few Android apps to help strengthen your passwords and keep yourself safe, Keeper for Android has announced a new feature that is coming to their service soon. Starting later this month, the Keeper app will be able to fill in your passwords for you on your device, great for those long string and unintelligible passwords that you have stored in their vault.

Keeper is another great password protection service that Android users have access to that we didn’t get to cover in our earlier story. The premise remains the same: add all of your websites to their vault and overhaul your short and insecure passwords for longer and more safe ones. Starting later this month, as long as you are logged into your Keeper Vault, your username and passwords for sites that you have stored will be automatically filled in for you so you don’t have to go through the trouble of copy and pasting the passwords from your vault each time you head to a website.

One of the best parts about Keeper is that most of the core features of the app come at the price of free. If you want to get their Premium features, Keeper is supported by in-app purchases that range from $9.99 per year to $29.99 per year. A decent amount of money, but for the protection that you are receiving it might be worth it in the long run. To give Keeper a look, head on over to Google Play and download it for free.

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  • T.C.

    Does it, or LastPass fill in the passwords in any browser or do you need to use the password managers browser to get the auto fill?

  • Zachary McDonough

    What is the best one that can operate for free that will store passwords. I’m low on money but would like to store my passwords on my phone.

  • MarkAQuinlan

    The premise remains the same: add all of your websites to their vault and overhaul your short and insecure passwords for longer and more safe ones. Starting later this month, as long as you are logged into your Keeper Vault, your username and passwords for sites that you have stored will be automatically filled in for you so you don’t have to go through the trouble of copy and pasting the passwords from your vault each time you head to a website. http://moourl.com/9qlto

  • JSo

    People and their passwords.

  • Fooer

    What’s the best out there? Keeper? LastPass? What others?

    • ryguy1860

      Lastpass bar none. The others are playing catchup. This feature above was a part of LastPass earlier this year. It works well, filling in passwords on apps, websites. $12/year is easy.