Google has said it has implemented a new service to help companies manage their Google accounts, and it now has a password manager.
The service, which Google announced on Tuesday, lets employees, their managers and customers use Google’s password manager to manage passwords, add new ones and delete old ones.
It can also help businesses keep track of the people and accounts that use the service.
The service is free and available to employees, but Google said that some employers may require an additional fee for the service for employees, managers and their contractors.
Google says that the service was developed by Google’s Android team and that it is open to any Android user.
Google said in a blog post that the password manager has been used by more than 1.8 million employees in the US, including 4.3 million Google Apps employees, the company said.
Google also said it was adding support for Android Pay, Google Wallet and the Android Pay app for its employees.
Google said it plans to expand its password management service by adding other features such as automated email notifications, searchable lists of passwords and a way to access existing password managers from the Google Cloud platform.