Android’s most secure password manager is set to get ‘FastFill’ capabilities later this month

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Keeper for Android, has today announced a new ‘FastFill’ feature that’s coming to its service later this month. This awesome functionality will provide users with the facility to input passwords with just one single tap of a button — this will enable users to pick much longer and more complicated passwords which can be stored in their vault.

From our experience, Keeper is one of the best third-party password management apps currently available to download from the Google Play Store. It has some rather nifty features that separates it from the rest of the pack in its category, such as the ability to generate unique and secure passwords that sync seamlessly across all your Android devices, share records with business teams and protect your precious data with military grade AES encryption.

The premise of FastFill is pretty simple. Providing you’re logged into your Keeper Vault with the correct credentials, usernames and passwords for websites that you have stored will automatically be filled in for you when you arrive at the site’s landing page.

Keeper currently provides free storage for all Android users, however Premium packages are available via in-app purchases ranging from $9.99 to $29.99 per year depending on the additional functionality you wish to receive, but I’m sure you’ll be happy to hear that FastFill will, in fact, be included in the free bundle.

We here at Cult of Android suggest you check out Keeper if you’re in need of a new application to manage your passwords. To do this just head on over to the Play Store by clicking the source link below.