Enpass password manager offers you freedom from remembering too many passwords and other important credentials. It secures them in one place by your master password and makes them accessible anywhere and everywhere – on your smartphones, tablets, or desktops.
The app also helps you create strong and unique passwords for every login without the need to remember any of those. Read more at www.enpass.io.
ENPASS IS UNBEATABLE
◆ Full-featured desktop version is free for Mac and others
◆ No sign-up required, and no subscription charges
◆ Supports Face/Touch ID and Safari browser extension
◆ Autofills in Built-in browser and Safari
◆ Quick Unlock using Face/Touch ID and PIN Code.
◆ Stores everything using vast range of preset templates.
◆ Secure sharing
◆ Backup/Restore over WiFi
◆ Fully customizable
◆ Folder support
FOR ENPASS, SECURITY IS PARAMOUNT
◆ Military grade encryption - Enpass secures your data by SQLCIPHER, a transparent and open-source AES-256 encryption, to ensure highest level of security. All protection mechanism is done locally (offline) at your device. Read more at http://enpass.io/security/.
◆ No online signup required - Instead of our servers, your data is secured locally on your device or your preferred cloud service.
◆ Strong password generator - Built-in password generator lets you create strong and unique passwords for logins.
◆ Auto-locking - Automatically locks itself when not in use or device is lost.
◆ Auto clear clipboard - Clears the clipboard automatically (Optional).
ENPASS IS FOR EVERYONE
◆ Cross platform compatibility – Available on all major desktop and smartphone platforms.
◆ Cloud sync - Syncs securely across your devices through Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive, ownCloud/WebDAV, and Box.
◆ Imports data from other popular password managers via the desktop versions
SEAMLESS AND SECURE BROWSING
◆ Login to sites is just a single tap away with Enpass browser.
◆ Browse in Safari and autofill with Enpass using Safari Browser Extensions.
◆ Multi-tabbed browser- Browse multiple sites using tabs in Enpass Browser.
FULLY LOADED, YET ECONOMIC
◆ Full-featured desktop version is free for Mac and others.
◆ Universal App - No need to buy it separately for iPhone and iPad.
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For any help, you can also visit our support forum at https://discussion.enpass.io.
Hello again, everybody!
A couple of days back we updated Enpass for new iOS 12 with Password autofill and Siri Shortcuts, and we are thrilled with the response. Thank-you for your feedback! Some of the folks reported two minor bugs where the app was crashing on saving the edited item in some special cases, and Password Autofill was not working for some apps. We have fixed them now, and in case you missed the last update, here is the change-log:
Apple has introduced the built-in support for password autofilling in apps and browsers using the third party password managers, and now you do not need to switch to Enpass to copy the login details in apps. By enabling the Password autofill in iOS, you can now autofill your login details saved in Enpass, in a go.
- Go to Device Settings > "Passwords & Accounts" > "Autofill Passwords" and select Enpass.
Another really exciting thing in iOS 12 is that you can open shortcuts in apps for Siri to perform a specific action in that app. What else could have been more helpful in situations, when we have to immediately look into Enpass for an item. Now you can tell Siri to do that for you. Cool, isn't it? Here's how:
- Just define custom phrases in Enpass for the items you frequently use, using the option "Add to Siri"; then record your command and it's done. Next time when you need to peek into any item, just ask Siri to open that item using your recorded phrase.
For any help or feedback, reach out to us at @EnpassApp on Twitter or our support Forums here discussion.enpass.io. You can also drop us a word at [email protected]