It feels like yesterday when we were having our discussion meeting last summer, analyzing all the feature requests and improvements, and we came out with a decision to implement them in the next major release - Enpass 6. Since it was not possible to add them to the existing architecture so it became a necessity to rewrite the Enpass again from scratch to support the new architecture. The adrenaline rush was quite visible in the team and everyone seemed so enthusiast to make this happen soon. We made the word public and sparkled our users with this exciting news.
A few months ago, we made our Win32 desktop app available
While we are gearing up for our next major release – Enpass 6 – we’re continuously working on adding more features to the existing versions, and this time it’s a bunch of most-requested features on our Forums.
Cloud Sync is one of the finest features of Enpass, yet a lot of our users don’t know about it. In a recent analysis, we found that over 15% of Enpass users only use local device storage to store Enpass data.
It was the year 2013, the BlackBerry 10 was launched, we were pretty excited about it and in no time, rolled out Enpass for Blackberry, as a sleek and sophisticated product. It was loved hugely among the audience and was mentioned among the top apps for BlackBerry a couple of times in the media. All was going perfectly fine till the day the BlackBerry CEO, John S. Chen