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Google just announced several updates to its Password Manager service in a blog post (opens in new tab). Google has been working for some time to compete with the best password managers but has often lacked features that the other managers have offered. With this latest update, Google hopes to make their platform stand above the third-party options. 

Google Password Manager: New features 

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The biggest update to come with this update is the ability to add passwords directly to the app. Previously, users had needed to add their password when prompted by Google to save their password after already logging into a webpage. Now, users can simply go into the password manager and manually add passwords for their most commonly used log-ins.

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