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!
Repetitively confusing Round and round entering the same data over and over, re-verifying email. Exasperating!
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!
• 1-Tap Sign In on any device.
• Easier flow for getting started with OneID.
• Improved procedures for recovering your OneID account.