Enpass, a lesser-known but still popular password manager, has added initial support for fingerprint sensors in Android Marshmallow — which at this point only pertains to the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X. The new feature means you can launch the Enpass app and get into your password vault by simply putting your finger on the Nexus Imprint sensor on your phone, just as you've been able to do with the app on Samsung phones with fingerprint scanners for some time.
As this is only preliminary support, there's the caveat that it must be enabled first in the app's settings, and whenever you restart the phone you'll be required to enter your master password for the vault once before you can begin using your fingerprint. Enpass says that later in the month the app will support the full "Android keystore" system in Marshmallow, meaning you'll be able to use your fingerprint 100 percent of the time.
Beyond the huge usability improvement of adding fingerprint security, this release of Enpass also adds a few more Material Design touches, and a some tweaks to the overall app experience. Enpass is a free app, with an in-app purchase for higher levels of use — snag it from the Play Store at the link above.
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