Download size< 1 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- data services
- WVGA (480x800)
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
A Windows Phone 7 two-factor authentication device, designed to be a replacement for Google Authenticator. This can be used for Google's two step verification system. When enrolling on Google's site, the account name and secret can be automatically captured by selecting either "iPhone" or "Android" while enrolling and scanning the shown QR Code. Version 1.1: Bug fixed where the app would crash if a space was present in the secret field. This will also fix any crashes on startup due to the aforemontioned issue. Version 1.2: Fixed the secret decoding issue properly. You may need to manually delete any accounts generating an "INVALID" code. Fixed LastPass (they just recommended me without testing, sorry!).
4/21/2013I've been using this for 2 weeks to access Gmail and it has been working just fine.
2/15/2013Do what it should.
2/1/2013Works with AWS, Google Authenticator and lastpass for mfa. Lastpass barcode could mot be read, perfect nonetheless.
11/30/2012So glad this exists
11/27/2012Decent app once you get the secret entered... The QR code scanning didn't work at all for me (on AWS and GMail). I ended up using the phone's built-in visual search feature which worked perfectly, and copied the QR text to the clipboard. The QR text for AWS was so long I needed to paste it into another app to trim the initial stuff off so only the secret remained and could be pasted into the authenticator app. Adding an account using the full QR text popped up an error message about an invalid character in the secret code. There's no way to edit the secret after this error, so you need to delete the account and start from scratch. It would be nice if the app let you paste in the full QR text from the visual search, and parsed out the name and secret.
11/15/2012Works as advertised, but would be much better with the ability to copy code to clipboard.
11/1/2012Looks good, but I have concerns. Being that this is a security related application, I find it curious that it requires data services access. My understanding of the algorithm(s) employed for such authentication (OTP/SHA1_HMAC) don't require network access. What gives?
10/19/2012Does the job, great
10/7/2012Recently switch from Android. Very excited to find this app. Everything work great.