Autofill for apps
Should be the first thing implemented in any mobile password-app. Create a input method in the same manner as lastpass, to allow quick login to apps, as well as multiple logins per app.
Yhe but how do you make a autofill
Mathieu Roch commented
Hello, this feature is implanted in Dashlane on Android 7. It's very Goodyear, if It's inclued in safe in cloud. Thanks
Wendell Simmons commented
Just bought Pro and discovering the Windows app doesn't autofill either! WTF?
Click 1 - open Windows app
Click 2 - select website
Click 3 - click URL to launch site
Click 4 - copy user name
Click 5 - paste username
Click 6 - copy password
Click 7 - paste password
click 8 - login
Half of the clicks would be eliminated with auto-fill.
So I'm now searching for another LastPass replacement after WASTING the morning setting this up and migrating my passwords.
I'm simply leaving SafeInCloud because of this, even after paying for it. Having to copy and paste all the time when I have a 65 character master password is crazy.
Is this feature available now?
Rob Anthony commented
Now that Android "O" was announced today, it looks like the API is being added to make this much easier for app auto-fill. Hopefully this implementation is not far behind. Dev Preview released today.
Jodie De Haarte commented
This feature is an absolute must and is the main thing missing from an otherwise solid and wonderful app. Please implement this as soon as possible. This is the only feature that the competitor apps have that tempts me to switch.
Kas Berendsen commented
I love that feature in LastPass! Would love to see it in safe in coud...
Alexandre Emeriau commented
The same for desktop apps for which Safe in cloud could lock in the first place