Lots of good stuff with some faults I like the concept of blur and think it has potential to be excellent but sync between computers and mobile seems to be slow (currently mobile hasn't updated in 15 minutes following computer change), masked cards don't seem to function in the UK currently (cannot add) and the lack of being able to use a pin code on mobile rather than password makes usage more difficult. A pin code where three failed attempts would force use of actual password would be a good compromise of security and usability.
Handy Privacy Protection Use Blur Premium on my PC, and the android app syncs well with desktop and vice-versa. Despite a few glitches (Back button in upper left fails sporadically; auto-logins only actually work when using Firefox browser), Blur provides convenient protection for e-mail, passwords, phone number, credit cards, etc. Quite the useful tool for masking your personal data online!
Great but I have the service on my PC for a long time now. Blur used to be premium only, glad it's not true anymore. But, blur service, what's the use beside battery drain? I turned it off since it gave me nothing (using only masked mail). Speaking of masked mail, the ui in that area is very slow and having the ability to name a masked mail at creation screen like on PC would save 3 long screen change. But being ble to create them directly in webpage and app like in Firefox would be better.
Love the program hate the app I just started using blur yesterday, but really like it. However, I noticed that my phone started behaving strangely as soon as I downloaded this app. It's preventing my phone from going to sleep--basically the screen is lighting up randomly staying lit for up to 30 seconds at a time for no reason. I checked the app permissions and saw that, indeed, it has permissions to prevent my phone from going to sleep and to control its vibrations. I can't think why either would be necessary.
The best part of the app is the service behind it. The apps itself needs a UI update. It doesn't feel native to Android, like it's using a not-so-good cross platform library. And most of all, for me, *it needs support for fingerprint readers.* I don't like the 5 minute timeout option. I would like to avoid the hassle of continually signing in. But, leaving open all the time is not really an option. Using fingerprint would be a great compromise.
Great app Perfect for your everyday security needs. Although I wish that the browser extension version and the mobile version would cross sync database because I also visit websites that I do from the computer on my mobile as well.
- Auto-Login for Chrome and Android Apps!
- New Chrome browser support for Masked cards and address/card auto-fill.
- Improved login experience
- Minor bug fixes and crash fixes