I've been using 1password for almost 2 yrs which has been going great, but wanted to try something which has the ability to choose where to store my database. Syncing with Google drive went fine. The migration to enpass was smooth. Only needed to edit a few items after the import. Once off fee for the android app is a plus. Enpass probably isn't as slick as 1password, but gets the job done the same way. I'm sure the team will keep improving it with future updates.
I absolutely love Enpass' desktop application. However, for android, the autofill function does not work for Chrome. It does work during the old version but after the 2 latest updates, it does not work for me at all. I enabled all permissions as well as accessibility but it's still not working. I am using Samsung Galaxy S8. Please help me fix this. I've been wanting to buy the full version of this app but due to this bug, I cannot really decide in buying it. Thanks.
I love this app on everything BUT chromeos. It's absolutely awful. I have to have 2 plugins installed on chrome (because you know i use chome on other OSes besides chromeOS) and the android helper app is constantly closed in the background. It often will not have the right "connector IP" where the chrome plugin is using a 192 address that is not in my subnet (and I have no idea where it pulls from) but the android app is using the bridged ip. So I have to go change the ip in the chrome extension fairly frequently. I would say if you're using this ONLY from chromeos stay away.
The first password manager I used and kept on using. No serious concern about it but if you change devices frequently, you'll have to email support and ask to deauthorize a previous device so you can sync all passwords to your new one. I think I have a limit of 4 or 5 active devices that can sync with each other.
Easily the best password manager. The strongest password generator. Synced across my devices without having to worry about the company I'm putting my passwords through getting compromised, security is top notch, end-to-end. Encrypted backups that update to a local file and/or Google Drive (or your online dropbox of choice) are a major plus.
Works well across my devices. It is steadily improve and the support team is there. It would be nice to have the ability to move old stuff into an archive and not to be visible in the main screen. Question: unlocking with fingerprint doesn't work for rooted devices?
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