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Google on Tuesday rolled out an update for its Google Authenticator two-step verification app, reworking the title to support Apple's Retina display and the iPhone 5's four-inch screen.

Google Authenticator

Google Authenticator hit version 2.0.0 with the latest update, finally bringing Retina display-ready graphical assets to the app.

Functionality has not been changed, though the UI has been revamped with larger text and an overall aesthetic closer to Google's other iOS titles. The feature set remains the same, with automatic setup via QR code, multiple account support and time-based or counter-based code generation.

Those looking to install the latest version should be aware that the app's data is reset, meaning all accounts must be re-paired.

Google Authenticator comes in at 1.1MB and is a free download from the App Store.