Enpass is a popular offline, cross-platform password manager app that you can use to store your login credentials, credit card information, and other sensitive data. The Android app had fingerprint support for a while, and the latest update brings support for Time-based One-time Password (TOTP) authentication as well.
TOTP is an algorithm that computes a one-time password from a shared secret key and the current time, and is used in a number of two-factor authentication systems. With TOTP support, you don't need to switch to other authenticator apps, and login directly from within the Enpass app.
The latest update bumps the version number to 5.1, and also introduces selective field sharing, allowing you to manually select the fields of your choice of any item and share them easily instead of sharing the whole item.
There are also some minor changes. The quick PIN code length has been increased to a maximum of 10 digits, and this version adds support for a custom User Agent, ability to set DuckDuckGo as the search engine in the Enpass browser, as well as storing more URL formats like third-party app URLs.
Enpass for Android is a free app with a 20-item limit. For unlimited items and for the ability to sync your data across devices, you'd need to buy the app for $9.99. Check it out at the Play Store, and let us know how you like it.
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