Thomson Reuters Authenticator

1.3
1.56K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This app only intended for use with applicable software from Thomson Reuters. It is not intended for use with non-Thomson Reuters software.

Whether using this app to access Thomson Reuters software for work or personal use, multi-factor authentication adds an extra layer of protection to your data, wherever your software or data are stored. The easy-to-use design makes it simple.

If you’ve enabled multi-factor authentication for any of your Thomson Reuters software, logging in to that software will trigger the Authenticator app to notify you on your device. Simply press approve (or use your fingerprint) to complete the sign-on process, or press deny if you’re not trying to access the software at the time.

Software that works with Thomson Reuters Authenticator allows you to authenticate on three levels:
1) Something you KNOW (your login and password)
2) Something you HAVE (your mobile device with the Thomson Reuters Authenticator app)
3) Something you ARE (your fingerprint, if your device has fingerprint enabled)

Features include:
• Automatic setup via QR code
• Support for multiple accounts
• Generate verification codes without a data connection
Updated on
Jul 6, 2022

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.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
1.3
1.56K reviews
Michael Kelly
January 4, 2022
Extraordinarily frustrating to use. The directions go along plausibly for the first 80% of the set up. Then they ask you to scan a QR code but fail to tell you where that might be found. When you stumble upon it, there's yet another problem. They send a digital security code but no instructions where it is to be transcribed. Then you can't turn off the app! LOL it just keeps scrolling along. Even the accountant didn't know how it worked. Frustrating app. Seriously user unfriendly.
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A Google user
October 9, 2018
This would be a great app if you didn't have to contact support to reinstall it because you reset your phone. It wants to pair the phone by scanning a QR code from your account that you can't get into unless you enter the code it sent which you no longer can access. Kind of funny in a way, but definitely frustrating. I could understand if it was a new phone number. Please revisit how you implement security as I believe this needs to be looked at again. Thanks.
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Thomson Reuters
October 12, 2018
Thank you very much for the feedback. With recent updates to our MFA system, you can now pair multiple devices and generate emergency backup codes, as well as other backup methods. We recommend everyone have emergency codes generated or a backup MFA device setup. When a device is lost or reset, use the emergency codes to setup your new device.
Jenn G
June 18, 2022
I accidentally dropped my phone which destroyed the screen making it unusable. I get a replacement phone and can't get into the app. It goes on about a QR code that doesn't exist (maybe it does on the destroyed phone, who knows) and when you log in on the computer it says it's sending a code to the app, but the app sits there not changing and begging for an elusive QR code. My mistake not setting it up on another device before mine was destroyed, apparently. It's so ridiculously frustrating.
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What's new

Bug fixes and performance enhancements.