Google Authenticator, the two-step verification application for your Google account, saw over 250,000 installs over its life time. That’s a lot of downloads if you ask me!
A few days ago, the version that was available in the Google
Market Play Store suddenly disappeared.
It’s replacement which is available here, shows version number 2 (2.15 to be exact) and has the following change log attached to it.
- New entry for Google Play, same great app
- Updated look and feel
- “Scan barcode” and “Manually add account” options moved to Menu > Add account.
To make the new version work correctly, you will need to install the new version, then uninstall the old version.
Source: Android Police