Congratulations Folks! Many of you Enpassians have successfully unlocked the lifetime-pro versions of Enpass for Android during the myAppFree offer period. Cheer up 👍
Ho Ho Ho! Its the X-mas time and we are giving you one more reason to merrily celebrate this holiday season with greater joy and happiness. From today, Enpass will be on sale with 50% discounted prices on all App stores costing only $4.99 per platform. And as usual, the Full-featured desktop version is Free for MAC, Windows and Linux.
In today's digitized world where everything in morning starts with passwords, any kind of carelessness in security could be threatening! No doubt, using a password manager is a wise step towards better management of passwords but make sure you are using it accurately to get the best security. One of the common risk even if you are using a password manager is having vulnerable passwords. It could be like serving up data on a plate to bad guys. BTW, Enpass is now smart enough to do an audit of your passwords with just a click. Lets have a look.
With the release of all new Android M in the Android clan, Enpass is also ready to receive this newbie with open arms. In Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google has added many features including Fingerprint support, permission control, improved performance, user interface and lot more. In correspondence to this we have also updated Enpass to version 4.6.4 to incorporate new features supporting fingerprint unlock with improvements in user interface.
Now Enpass 5.0 is there on every supported desktop platform with browser extensions. But unlike MAC and Windows, Linux version has an exception on the grounds of browser validation. Yes it is related to security but don't afraid folks as this doesn't mean that using Enpass on Linux is insecure and compromises on security anywhere. If so, we wouldn't have released that.