Confusing Doesn't even make sense honestly. I got it because the idea sounds awesome but It didn't make sense and when I clicked "set up mobile browser" or whatever it was, the only option to click, it took me online and I put my email address in and it did nothing I couldn't even click the check mark. I have a galaxy s5.
This app does exactly what it says it does. It's a (seemingly) password manager that allows you to give privileges to your browser and/or phone for backup credentials. Coolest part of the whole thing is that the passwords aren't stored locally so it would be difficult to steal them. I do worry about someone stealing my local computer's key and impersonating my computer to retrieve my passwords (the ones only requiring one credential) from the OneID servers. That would be a similar attack to DropBox's security nightmare - virus infects pc -> sends dropbox user key to hacker -> hacker downloads all your files from dropbox server. If the author is reading these, please tell me how you're different from Dropbox's security method! Thx!
Did not work Nexus 6
Great! Great app, but it needs to be updated for more modern Android Devices (i.e. HTC One and Samsung Galaxy s3/4) EDIT : works great in HTC!
Galaxy Tab 2 Works!
• 1-Tap Sign In on any device.
• Easier flow for getting started with OneID.
• Improved procedures for recovering your OneID account.