Yubico Authenticator

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About this app

Yubico Authenticator allows you to use a YubiKey to store OATH credentials (TOTP and HOTP supported, as used by Google, Microsoft, Dropbox, Amazon and many more) used for 2-factor authentication.

Storing the credentials on an OATH enabled YubiKey ensures that your credentials are safe, even if your phone is compromised.
It also makes it easy to move between multiple Android devices.
Updated on
Sep 12, 2019

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1.19K reviews
A Google user
May 25, 2019
This works great. It initially threw me because saved credentials only show up when you tap the key with your phone. They really need better documentation of how to use this- I think people are marking it down because they are confused about how this is supposed to work. I think it's pretty cool though.
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d3 tox
April 20, 2021
Mobile app istotal trash. While the key itself and the desktop app work as intended, I couldn't get any of the accounts that are working with the key /desktop app, to even get acknowledged by the mobile app. While the QR code was scanned and is showing/populating its info in the app, absolutely nothing happens when prompted to touch the key in order to save it. Total waste of time.
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August 1, 2022
Brilliant authenticator, but could do with a bit of a refresh looks-wise. An option to more easily add icons to entries would be amazing, particularly from an accessibility point of view to aid more visually-driven users, maybe an option to download a sites' favicon when creating the entry?
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What's new

* Add support for Light/Dark/AMOLED themes.
* Make camera requirement optional.
* Handle externally launched otpauth:// URLs.
* Minor bug fixes.