4.7
45 reviews
5K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Welcome to the Secure Quick Reliable Login (SQRL) client.

This client app will help you securely and effortlessly log you in to websites supporting the SQRL protocol.

It safely stores and lets you manage your SQRL identity, which the app uses to create unique per-site logins, which are anonymous and give the website owner no secrets to keep.

In general, SQRL data does not contain or require any personal information, so you can decide for yourself, how much data you want to share with the website you're authenticating against.
Updated on
Mar 30, 2021

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.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Ratings and reviews

4.7
40 reviews
d0x360
June 7, 2020
Nothing uses it... Maybe in a few years when more sites actually make use of it then it will be worth having but until then? It's basically useless to 99% of people. Heck the app has 1k downloads after a year, it's time to kick up the marketing because it's a great idea. I've changed my review score because I was overly harsh, like I said it's a great idea but it needs adoption.
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DanielPersson.dev
June 7, 2020
Hi d0x360. Great username, and thank you for your criticism. I'm a developer trying to make an application. If all Wordpress sites used my plugin, we would have 35% of the sites on the internet using SQRL. But I'm no marketer. If you have any suggestions on how to reach people, I'm all ears. Best regards Daniel
A Google user
October 3, 2019
A simple and secure solution to logging in to compatible sites with top notch security and no need to memorizing multiple passwords. Concept created by the great security genius, Steve Gibson (Security Now podcast and Spinrite).
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bil Jeschke
March 31, 2021
It works well when using another device, but when I tried to login to twit.community on my phone I could not scan the qr code on my phone browser with the sqrl app, also on my phone. Is this an issue with the sqrl protocol, or how it's implemented?
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DanielPersson.dev
April 1, 2021
Hi Bil. If you are doing the same device login you should follow a link on the site, no scanning required. So for instance the QR code could be a link that you press on your phone which in turn opens the application and lets you complete the login flow. I hope this helps. Best regards Daniel

What's new

Bugfix
* QR codes not reading properly #481