Long time KeePass usee I've used KeePass for many years, and Enpass is the first alternative that's good enough for me to make the switch. Really like that no one has my master password but me. Interface is clean and simple, cloud syncing options are great, and everything I've tried has just worked. Color coding of characters in passwords is a smart feature. UPDATE: Dec 2016, the latest Windows PC version totally eased the task of migrating 700+ entries from KeePass to Enpass. Only thing missing is attachments, otherwise superb.
Great app fantastic support I bought this during a promotion and have since set up all my passwords. I had a problem which the support team resolved quickly on Skype. With support like that, this password manager just gets better. Thanks! UPDATE just factory reset my note 5 and now it won't open again. Why is it so hard to use this app? In addition limited to 5 devices so when you upgrade they want more money from you!
Fingerprint support needs some work It's a pain to have to enter the password manually after a failed attempt at unlocking the phone. Occasionally I might attempt to unlock my phone with my finger at a bad angle or position. But I don't want to have to enter my Enpass password because of this. Also, the fingerprint prompt doesn't come up all the time, with no obvious reasons as to why.
I've tried several password managers and found them to be either clumsy or prohibitively expensive. I like Dashlane, for example, but find the price ridiculous for what it does. That's where Enpass comes in. The Mac and Android apps work seamlessly together. I can even decrypt my passwords with my fingerprint. And 9.99 US per platform is completely fair. A must have!
Excellent password manager Works exactly as advertised. Setup was straightforward. The IAP is a reasonable price to pay to support the developers. The PC/Mac/Linux desktop apps are free. No new login/account needed for cloud sync-use one of your existing cloud storage servers. I can't complain about much so far.
Strong contender against LastPass The biggest shortcoming is multi-step logins (username and password on separate pages/screens). The app's auto-fill only seems able to use the password, so auto-filling username will be your password. With LastPass you at least get a floating dialog so you can copy & paste which piece you need until you're logged in. Aside from this, i've been using the free desktop version successfully with very little need to revert to LastPass, so buying into the Android version was a reasonable purchase.
This update fixes an issue where WebDAV sync from Enpass was not able to connect to some Nextcloud servers.
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