Authenticator Pro – An extra layer of security to your online accounts

[App] Authenticator Pro – offline 2FA Two Factor

Authenticator Pro  Authenticator Pro generates Two Factor Authentication (2FA) codes for your online accounts. TOTP, HOTP, mOTP (Mobile-OTP) and Steam are supported.

The generated codes are one time tokens that provide an extra layer of security to your online accounts. After scanning a simple QR code, your account is protected.

Please direct all feedback / issues to either GitHub or email (developer contact section) instead of writing a review to more easily follow up on your issue.

Frequently Asked Questions:
github.com/jamie-mh/AuthenticatorPro/wiki#frequently-asked-questions

Compatibility
Authenticator Pro is compatible with most providers and accounts.

Backup / Restore
Backup your authenticators with strong encryption. In case you lose your or change phone, you can always gain access to your accounts. Save to cloud storage or to your device.

Import
Easily migrate your accounts to Authenticator Pro from supported alternative apps.

Dark Mode
Authenticator Pro has a beautiful material design inspired look in either light or dark themes.

Icons
Find your authenticators easily with recognisable brand logos and icons next to each code.

Categories
Organise your authenticators into categories.

Offline with few permissions
Authenticator Pro only requires a single permission and does not require Internet access to function.

Customisation
Set icons and rename. You can also arrange your authenticators in any order you like so you can find them easily.

Wear OS
Authenticator Pro is also available as a Wear OS companion app. Quickly view your authenticators directly from your watch.

Security
Set a password and use biometric authentification to protect your codes.

Open-Source
The application source code can be viewed by anyone on GitHub.

2 Factor authentication provides an extra layer of security to your accounts by requiring the use of a one time code to log in. In addition to your username and password, you will need a code provided by Authenticator Pro. So even if your login details are compromised, your account remains safe.

Free and Open-Source
github.com/jamie-mh/AuthenticatorPro

Permissions:

Camera permission is required to add accounts through QR codes.

Disclaimer:

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

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Authenticator Pro user reviews :

Kudos to devs! Just one word to describe Excellent! Used 20s of different different auth apps, but everyone have one or more flaws, some were expensive paid, some have UI issues, some have customisation issuenand some have security. This one is perfect one. Perfect UI with useful customisation. Highly secure, backup is encrypted with your own seperate passcode (other than app passcode) and not mandatory to upload to cloud, take backup on secure pendrive and good to go. Impressive!

I love this app. Firstly because it supports wear os and Google ended support for their own app (which I still cannot believe). However, my only request is that when you are viewing the code on a watch you can’t see which site/app/company it applies to. It’s this a security feature? Because I find it more frustrating than your think, more often than your think. Along with the user name I would love it too repeat the app name!

very nice and polished, but as of the latest I seem to have an issue where it needs bio to unlock, takes it, then like… closes? I’m not sure if it’s in ram. I don’t think it should do that. LG G8X ThinQ on Android 10. Stock. edit: I’ll try and capture a logcat, if that’s any good.
  • jmh
  • Indeed, this has already been pointed out by a few users on GitHub. However, I’m unable to reproduce and find the cause of the issue due to a lack of information.

The perfect authenticator to start with! Nice looking and well organized interface. Stable work. BRAVO for listening to user request (to hide codes from screen and show only the necessary after having tapped on).

This is a great app, but my Wear OS device won’t display anything (TicWatch Pro 3 GPS). I tried everything but it doesnt work. I’m using the F-Droid version, I don’t know if that’s the cause tbh (don’t think so). Aside from that this app is destroying its alternatives. Great work! Edit: Thanks to the dev for telling me I need a github release wearOS apk for what, just sideloaded it and it works like a charm!!! By far the best on the market.
  • jmh
  • The F-Droid and Google Play versions cannot be used together, they have different signatures so they can’t be paired. Either download both versions from Google Play or sideload a Wear OS apk from the GitHub releases and it will work.

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