Enpass Browser

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I am trying to find a password manager that I can use on all of my devices.  I'm wanting something that can store all of my passwords as well as autofill.  I was trying out Enpass and thought I had found the solution.  Then I discovered that the way their "autofill" works on my iPhone is that you have to use their browser which is built in to the app.  I am using CE browser 4.0.2.1 and have Safari shut down, but will the new CE (with VPN enabled) cover the Enpass browser?  
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Brian Wahl

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Posted 2 years ago

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Robert B, Official Rep

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Brian,

Thanks for reaching out and I apologize for the slow response. In the future, please feel free to call us at 877-479-1119 for quicker assistance. Our Customer Service Team is available Monday - Friday, 8 am - 11:45 pm (EST) and on Saturdays from 10 am - 5:45 pm (EST).

The recent developments in our iOS app do include coverage of such built-in browsers. The new method of monitoring iPhones/iPads/iPods provides full-device coverage. The CE app can see much, much more than it used to.

Hope that helps,

Robert
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funkydan2

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When you say 'all your devices' are you using both Windows and Mac/iOS? Since I only use iOS, I find the Apple provided iCloud password synchronisation is now working very well within the CE iOS browser, and I don't need another password manager.

Yep, dedicated password managers have loads more features than what Apple provides, and the work cross-platform (which can be a deal breaker, I understand), but it's a good option for Apple-only users.