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- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- video and still capture
- data services
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The Authenticator app generates security codes you can use to help keep your Microsoft account secure. You can add your Microsoft account to the app by scanning a barcode or by manually entering a secret key. The app implements industry-standard security code generation and may also work with other services and providers. You can learn more about keeping your Microsoft account secure at https://account.live.com/p. ** The Authenticator app is not supported for use with Windows Azure Multi-Factor Authentication. Use the Mutli Factor Authentication app for this.
11/25/2014Wonderful stuff! Useful for online game accounts as well!
11/24/2014Useless... What's the secret key to register an account? How do I get one? Where is the setting to create one?
11/24/2014Yes it works, but the Microsoft account app on Android is so much better. They really need to step it up on windows phone and make their apps feature rich and easier to use on their own platform
11/24/2014Please, add transparent tile and icons, example: Facebook icon, Microsoft Account icon and others.
11/20/2014Awesome app.....very useful.....
11/18/2014It's amazing and very good and practical idea
11/17/2014Killer nice! Sure, not everybody uses the same algorithm, and Google MS, dropbox, etc use this. Google is making it hard for Redmond & it's clients, so I'm stepping back from Google. To get this to work with Gmail (or anything Google, lie and say it's an Android. Shoot the QR code or type in the code to replace the password, on the WP.. In operation, password then the generated code, no need. For a SMS connection. Slightly stronger than SMS for a 2nd challenge because it is with you and cannot be 're-directed' via hack, snoop or man in the middle attack. Also always available, keep time sync on or risk failure and need to have voice or SMS working, in real time.