Android Marshmallow may not have officially arrived yet, but that means now is the time for developers to get their apps in working order. That's what the LastPass folks have done.
As of the latest update, the app is now all ready for Android 6.0. When devices start rolling out with Google's built-in fingerprint implementation, LastPass will let users get into sites by swiping their thumbs. Okay, swiping their thumbs in a different way. Just like it does for some existing hardware.
Marshmallow's arrival will come with a new permissions model. Instead of granting apps access to everything and the kitchen sink when first installed, users will have the option to go through things bit by bit. LastPass says the Internet option and some others will come granted automatically in order for the app to function at all, but others, such as the microphone, will not.
You can get the latest goods at the Play Store below.