I've tried a lot of different password managers over the years (and even covered using KeePass and Dropbox to stay in sync on Android as one of my first posts on Android Police – nostalgic!) but switched to LastPass many months ago. I find it to be one of the easiest cross-compatible methods of keeping my passwords in sync across all of my devices. The one downside, however, is that the Android app (and web UI for that matter), is pretty hideous.
Today, LastPass fixes that, however. The newly-updated Android app now offers a Holo experience with a much more user-friendly vibe. Basically, it looks like a web browser, with a focus on password storage.
Not bad, eh? The Android app isn't the only thing to get a makeover, either – the entire web interface has been redesigned to match, and it looks so much better. It's far more polished and even feels faster. This was definitely a much-needed upgrade.
If you haven't yet switched to LastPass for your password storage, it's definitely worth checking out, though you should be aware that it'll cost you $12 a year if you want access on mobile. It's so convenient, though, it's worth the money, and with this update, the app is no longer an eyesore. So it's pretty and convenient. I like.