Adobe announced today that it will be adding support for its new password manager that can be used on any platform.
The announcement comes on the heels of a similar announcement earlier this year by Adobe that it was launching a new version of its password manager for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android.
The new password management tool, Adobe Password Manager, is part of Adobe’s “Password Revolution” initiative.
It aims to provide better security and privacy by making it easier for users to securely share and manage passwords.
While it’s still a work in progress, Adobe said it’s been built on top of the same password manager it unveiled at its last keynote.
It’s available for Windows 10, Mac OS X, Linux and iOS, and will work on Windows 10 Enterprise, the first version of the operating system to come out of the Microsoft lab, in September.
The Password Manager is available on the Mac and iOS versions of Adobe PhotoPass, its new photo app for Mac and Windows.
The Windows version of Adobe Password Management will also be available on Windows PCs, which means users will be able to login with their Adobe Passport ID or Adobe Passbook ID.
Adobe said in a blog post that the password manager will be available in the U.S. and Canada in September and will be rolling out to the European Union and other territories in October.
A number of other features of the new password-management tool will be added in time for the next version of macOS, which will arrive in the next few months.
The Password Manager has also been designed to work with a wide range of password managers, including Passport, Passbook, Duo, iPass and others.
Users will be allowed to use their own unique passwords for each account, but Adobe will also allow them to share passwords between accounts.
“With Adobe Password manager, users can securely share their passwords with their friends and family members, and anyone with access to a computer or mobile device can easily log into a Mac, Windows or Android computer or device with their password,” Adobe said.
“This is the first time that the user can log into an account using his or her own unique password.
Adobe PasswordManager is also compatible with the popular free password manager, Password.io.”
Adobe Password Manager can be downloaded for free from the Adobe website, and there are plans to add more password managers in the future.
The company said in the blog post it’s planning to release more software for its products to make it easier to share and control passwords.