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About this app

With heylogin you never have to worry about forgetting credentials or resetting passwords ever again! heylogin is a next-generation login experience, going one step further in comparison to traditional password managers.

• Use your phone for everyday logins. Fingerprint or PIN - you have full control.
• No username. No password. Blazing fast.
• AutoFill on Android
• All your logins. Even the one you forgot about years ago.
• Wear OS support - unlock from your wrist.
• Adios password - hey login

heylogin uses the following permissions:
• Camera access: Used interactively, to connect other devices via QR-code.
• Fingerprint: To securely and conveniently authenticate the user for Swipe to Login.
• List apps on device: Used to associate logins with installed Apps, and . This data is end-to-end encrypted just like your logins, and never leaves your device unprotected.
Updated on
Jul 19, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

249 reviews
Brennan Hurley
February 2, 2023
It's functional, mostly. I have one particular password that keeps reverting back to the same password in the system. I have to reset that password every time I want to log in. The backup system is a long login that you have to keep available. That backup code only allows you to install the app on a new device. So, if you lose your phone (which is your login device), then until you replace your phone there is no way to log into sites on your computer. We've lost productivity because of this.
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heylogin GmbH
February 3, 2023
Hey Brennan, thank's for the review. The backup code is only an emergency plan, but you are right, currently you are locked out until you get a new phone. This is the tradeoff for no password login. We're working on Yubikey support at the moment, which will let you log in to heylogin even after you lost your mobile device. Marvin, Community Manager
Nadir Hanid
August 10, 2023
It works well using it with one phone but if you want to use it on a tablet as well then you're out of luck, unless you have an ipad. Why is there a disparity, it's been months and still no sign of using it on multiple android devices.
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heylogin GmbH
August 10, 2023
Hey Nadir, thank you for the review. We are a small team and need to pick the features we develop. Since there are many more popular features like folders, we are working on them first before we are getting to the Android tablet support (which are not as frequently asked of). Sorry for the wait :( Marvin, Community Manager
Madia Brown
July 12, 2023
I already have a heylogin account. When I upgraded my phone to a S23, the app kept crashing. I uninstalled and reinstalled it. The welcome screen does not have a place to login to my existing account. It says my email is already in use. Now, I'm locked out of Heylogin and all my accounts because there's no place to login on the sign-up screen. 😡
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heylogin GmbH
July 26, 2023
Hey Madia, sorry to hear that :( Because of how our encryption works, your account is bound to the installed app on your phone. If you want to switch your phone, you need to generate a backup code in your mobile app beforehand. We have many articles in our helpcenter and blog about that, but I understand your frustration. Marvin, Community Manager

What's new

* Compatibility with upcoming start code based setup mechanism