A new upgrade is headed to LastPass, the app that lets you set one password for ALL your passwords. Its status as a security app makes it a natural fit for the Samsung Galaxy S5’s fingerprint scanner, and that’s the exact functionality we’re getting as part of today’s update.
The app works just like you’d expect — log-in using your master password, set up fingerprint authentication using the in-app instructions and you’re all set. The next time you’re prompted to input your LastPass password, you’ll instead have the option to simply swipe your finger across the Galaxy S5’s home button. If you haven’t already been scared away by the risks of biometric security than you can find the upgrade sitting in the Google Play Store.
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