Let’s make password managers ubiquitous! #NeverTypePasswords

Over a million users across the world use Enpass on a variety of devices running on different platforms. A lot of you also use other passwords managers – some of them are fine products, we agree. But this is not about Enpass, but about everyone who uses a password manager. First up, big props to…

Enpass introduces Touch ID and Touch Bar support for the new MacBook Pro

We’re hoping you’ve got the latest update of Enpass that brings support for file attachments. This much-requested feature is available for Enpass users across platforms. However, we’ve got one more thing for our Enpass for Mac users. Apple recently introduced Touch ID sensor and Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro, and if you’ve got one…

Enpass 5.5 allows you to securely attach files to your items

We started our journey in 2012 with a password manager app for a single platform, and have grown to be one of the leading cross-platform password managers. However, our success is not just ours, but also of all our discerning users who keep us on our toes with feature requests along with a frequent pat…

Enpass allows you to check the history of your passwords

Imagine you’re changing the password on a website. You generate the new password using the built-in Password Generator of Enpass, but you realize that the new password is not accepted for some reason. You could, of course, generate a new one specifying your preferred recipe and mix of alphabets, numbers, and special characters aligned with…

Enpass 5.4 for Desktop: Bucketful of Surprises

From the last couple of months, we’ve been working hard on a special update for Enpass desktop editions. We recently rolled out Enpass 5.4 for Mac, Windows, and Linux, and have gotten tremendous feedback from our beta testing community. So, here we are with the final version of Enpass 5.4 for desktop, available on our…