New phone I upgraded to a new phone. I dont know how to access the stored MobileKnox passwords on my SD disk and Ive emailed the developer many times but no reply
Was 5 star... The companion app "DesktopKnox" now has an expired security certificate and Windows flags it every time it starts. I emailed the developer over a month ago and have still not received a reply. Without the desktop app and synchronization, this app has become worthless to me. It's fine if you only need it on one device, otherwise I'd pass.
Good, a few small enhancements would make it great! Good product. I would like to see a decent sized pin style keypad entry option upon opening the app. This would make it faster and more convenient to access.
Very good A simple list manager that's password protected. On the plus side it keeps the data locally instead of storing it in the "cloud" (I hate that). Could also use more info on what encryptation method used so we know how secure it is.
Aging badly I started using Knox for Symbian in 2008 and switched to the Android version in 2011, apparently the last year it received a maintenance update. The "pro" key is incompatible with Android 4. The desktop app no longer installs properly. The GUI is clunky and annoying. The adware makes it that much worse. I'm writing this while taking a break from manually copying dozens of entries to OI Safe, which does everything useful Knox does but cleaner and faster and it's open source so I sleep better.
* GUI improvements for "Shake Password"
* Support for Android 4.2.
* Support for Nexus 7
* Look'n'feel improvements
* Minor bug fixes