Announced this week, Keeper Password Manager is now fully integrated with Android 8.1’s Autofill API, meaning logging into apps and services on your Oreo-powered device just got super painless.
The Autofill API is one of the more overlooked changes that came with Oreo, simply because a lot of developers have yet to integrate it into their apps. However, we are getting there, and with Keeper now allowing for seamless usage, keeping your passwords safe but still easily accessible when logging into apps is a step forward.
According to Keeper, “Over the past few months, the Keeper team has worked closely with the Google Android team to offer this enhanced capability, allowing for better security, seamless integration and increased performance.”
The way this will work should be rather straightforward. If you have Keeper installed on your device, with all of your passwords stored inside, anytime you open an app on Android 8.1+, Keeper should automatically popup and offer your username and password for the service.
Bless you, Autofill API.