I've had Blur installed & continuously running for 3+ months on LG phone & my laptop. They're work together well & are constantly synced. How nice! I have over 70 accts saved & fewer worries about my memory for which has what password. Secure! Encrypted! Love it! Try it!
I absolutely love the desktop version. Works with every web browser I've tried it on, the premium is totally worth the price and it is a very useful platform. However, the app hasn't worked for my phone for the past month or two.. It used to but idk if upgrading to Android 7.1.1 or 7.1.2 or if it arbitrarily broke or what. The app opens and I can log in, but autofill doesn't work in any apps. It trys to work on websites but says I have no accounts on whatever website I'm trying to login on. Additionally when I go to accounts on the main Blur menu it just hangs loading and never shows any info. Would really love to see this fixed. Keep up the hard work!
The masked phone number is the BEST feature and masked email/accounts are great! The masked phone number is like a 2nd number and the BEST feature considering how companies share your phone number. Blur should tout it more. Just wish we could make masked calls from phone contacts or log. Wonderful app.
Just hoping for non USA support now Edit: For the android app perhaps we could have a one click widget or something quicker which instantly generates a one time use email and copies it to the clipboard? The app is very slow on my phone for some reason and the auto complete thing.... I don't think I ever had that work properly
Mobile app needs a few more tweaks. Browser extension works great. I use makes emails for everything, almost. Love that I can block all indented email! I've used a makes card once. Worked fine. But I used a different password manager and let Google auto fill my identity. Works fine. Allowd 2FA and biometric login as well.
The password generator could be more flexible in its configuration, but it's not bad. The Android app is a bit limited. I can't see all of my masked emails, only the ones that forward to my primary email. If I use the Android app to create a new masked email, I can't label it for the service in using it for (such as Amazon). The online documentation says I should be able to set up 2-Factor authentication through the Android app, but I couldn't find the settings page referenced in the documentation for doing that. However, if you do your primary account management via the Chrome extension, this app still works fine for accessing logins and already masked cards and such (although you cannot access all of your masked emails, which is a big deal).
Welcome to Blur 7.5 featuring improvements and fixes for all Blur users.
• Improved Masked Card Messaging
• Allow for blank passwords in accounts
• Many more speed-ups, bug fixes, and improvements.
Let us know what you think - we're always listening at firstname.lastname@example.org.