i have bought your app for android and i use it also on my mac. the only thing that is missing is linux version :-(
Срочно необходимо приложение для Linux. Я так понял что приложение написано на C#. Есть же уже давно официальный кросс платформенный фреймворк от Microsoft. .net core называется. Почему бы не юзнуть? Андрей, Вас годами умоляют написать приложение для пингвинят, а вы игнорируете наши мольбы! Пингвинята плачут! Пингвинята тоже хотять Safe In Cloud!
Ricardo van der Vlag commented
Canonical has a good solution for making available on every Linux-distro. Just make a snap.
Klima Matze commented
Works fine on Android an Windows.
A Linux version would be great.
Regards from Bonn
Please please please Linux !!!!!
I also bought your app for android and i use it also on my Mac !!!!!!!!
I would pay for a linux version
Please please please!
I was excited finding a password manager which syncs via owncloud. But no app for Linux? That,s a bad joke. Very disappointing.
I am even willing to pay for it the same amount as for the Android app
I've reversed the SafeInCloud database format and I made some python utilities to read it on Linux, enjoy https://github.com/evilsocket/SafeInCloud
Linux client would make SafeinCloud perfect!
Temple Pate commented
I'm very much looking forward to a Linux Client. This seems to be only Password Manager w/ Google Drive Backup and supports everything else, BUT LINUX. #VeryDisppointed :/
Tired of waiting and "reading-from-Android, typing-on-PC", I switched to a competitor. It supports Linux and also Windows Phone (so I can have my stuff also on my work phone).
IMHO, SafeInCloud is the best password manager I ever tried, but sometimes crossplatoform compatibility is more important than features. I'm ready to switck back if Linux and WinPhone will be supported.
Alexis Flores commented
ubuntu, come on!
Looking into keepass or other alternatives as clearly the developer has no interest (based on past comments) in making a linux or cross platform addition..
+1 i really need this!
adding support for an ubuntu app!
+1 (or better +3) for Linux or Google Chrome support!
yes, sadly, ENPASS was the solution for me... also because my company gave me a lumia and ENPASS also support windows phone. bye bye S.I.C.
+1 for Linux! Any solution (Mono, Java, Google Chrome App, Gtk+, Qt) would be nice! Please, make us happy!!!