Enpass
Enpass
6.5.1

4.3

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Enpass6.5.1

06 October 2020

Password manager.

Overview

Enpass is a password manager for those who are fed up with:

  • Remembering all life-important credentials and passwords
  • Forgetting ATM pins or ID numbers at hour of need
  • Using costly and complex password management tools

Also stop compromising with your data security by either saving them in unsecured text/excel files or using the same password for every login. Using Enpass will solve all these problems.

Features:
  • Military-Grade Encryption - Enpass uses AES-256 encryption to ensure highest level of security; all protection mechanism is done locally (offline) at your device
  • Cross-Platform Availability - Native application for all major desktop and smartphone platforms
  • No Online Sign-Up Required - Instead of our servers, your data is secured in your device
  • Cloud Sync - Changes are automatically reflected across your other devices through Dropbox and iCloud very securely
  • Import From Other Formats - Desktop version lets you import your data from Datavault, Keeper, 1Password, LastPass, RoboForm, Keepass, KeepassX, Password safe, eWallet, SPB Wallet, Moxier, SplashID, SafeWallet, Handy Safe, OneSafe, Password Keeper, and custom CSV
  • Secures Everything - Vast range of selected templates to store every kind of information
  • Strong-password generator
  • Auto-Clear Clipboard - Clears clip board automatically (optional)
  • Fully customizable
  • Folder support
  • Native and fast

What's new in Enpass

Version 6.5.1:
Improvements:
  • Added an option in the context menu of the main list to duplicate any item.
  • Sorting of the custom icons now in reverse chronological order.
  • You will be notified whenever a password is copied from Enpass.
Fixes:
  • Subtags under the tag were getting collapsed after locking and unlocking of the app. Fixed.
  • Fixed an issue with Enpass Assistant, where X(Close) button was not visible when Enpass is locked in docked mode.
  • Few users reported they were unable to edit an item on Double-clicking. Fixed.
  • Fixed issues with Shortcuts not working in the last update.
  • An issue with the alignment of a few buttons in the German language. Fixed.
  • Fixed an issue where Enpass Assistant launches even when the 'Ask to save new logins' option is disabled.
  • Enpass was not retaining the size of the window. Fixed.
  • Other minor crashes and bug fixes.

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How would you rate Enpass app?

34 Reviews of Enpass

4
Robio
21 April 2020
Version: 6.4.1

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I’ve been using the app for a couple years, and it’s always getting better. I came to Enpass after trying at least a dozen other passphrase managers, including all the big-name competitors that keep your data on their own servers. Enpass was the clear winner, but I’ll stick to the things that stand out as different: One of the big appeals of Enpass is the ability to store my data where I choose (in *my* cloud, not theirs). Another is that I can have as many separate “vaults” as I need. I help manage passwords for a few relatives, so I have separate vaults for each of them, separate vaults for different jobs, etc. As for shortcomings: The app is clearly not of Mac-native design, which is less than ideal (but I suppose it’s easier for the developer to have a universal UI); the browser plug-in’s overlay doesn’t stay within the browser window, but floats over the edge (cosmetic, hardly worth mentioning); and there’s no way to share a vault or items as read-only (e.g., sharing with your kids but not allowing them to edit); and I wish it were possible to have the app save new logins on a default template of the user’s choosing instead of a default chosen by the software. I turned off the “offer to save new logins” feature of the browser plug-in because I don’t like the default template. Having said all that, I’m 95% happy with Enpass 95% of the time. Very responsive developers too.
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4
Robio
21 April 2020
Version: 6.4.1
I’ve been using the app for a couple years, and it’s always getting better. I came to Enpass after trying at least a dozen other passphrase managers, including all the big-name competitors that keep your data on their own servers. Enpass was the clear winner, but I’ll stick to the things that stand out as different: One of the big appeals of Enpass is the ability to store my data where I choose (in *my* cloud, not theirs). Another is that I can have as many separate “vaults” as I need. I help manage passwords for a few relatives, so I have separate vaults for each of them, separate vaults for different jobs, etc. As for shortcomings: The app is clearly not of Mac-native design, which is less than ideal (but I suppose it’s easier for the developer to have a universal UI); the browser plug-in’s overlay doesn’t stay within the browser window, but floats over the edge (cosmetic, hardly worth mentioning); and there’s no way to share a vault or items as read-only (e.g., sharing with your kids but not allowing them to edit); and I wish it were possible to have the app save new logins on a default template of the user’s choosing instead of a default chosen by the software. I turned off the “offer to save new logins” feature of the browser plug-in because I don’t like the default template. Having said all that, I’m 95% happy with Enpass 95% of the time. Very responsive developers too.
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5
DragonMaster
02 March 2020
Version: 6.2.0
No recent updated reviews is the problem. This is a fine password manager and as I see it lacks nothing. Enpass is secure and has one of the very best password generators available! Buy the one from from the developer directly rather than from the App Store. Support is very good and responsive. This app is intelligently designed, intuitive and user friendly.
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thegodfather
21 November 2019
Version: 6.2.0
Just saw new version with new "business model" with subscription option.. I am pro user from the begining but this "new business model" really makes me wondering what is next step in this "smart" business strategy, Enpass 2 maybe? Please let us know what or who is behind this "better business model"? Or maybe you sold your souls to Agilebits? Let us know so we can be prepared for our next steps, thanks..
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zlazkow
17 November 2019
Version: 6.2.0
I was contemplating to abandon KeePassX and KeePassXC, but unfortunately Enpass is free only for 20 items. More than 20 it's a subscription. Thank you but NO any kind of subscription models for me. It has become an epidemic of "subscriptions" started with Adobe Photoshop.
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5
Alvin-H
02 November 2019
Version: 6.2.0
good alternative from 1 password, I'm not rich enough tu buy subscription software, because if stop pay, we'll lose software, it's better of we not pay upgrade stay on old version, that more sense to me.
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5
Ulyssesric
23 September 2019
Version: 6.1.3
Moved from 1Password 7 since AgileBits changed to their new despicable subscription model and I gave them the finger. Importing from 1Password data without much trouble; all the form data and attachment files are preserved, but the categories in 1Password are converted to tags and need to rearrange manually. The UI and extension is not so fancy and feature rich as 1Password but it's enough for me. I'm impressed that Enpass can seamlessly integrated with iCloud sync on both Mac and iOS platforms, which I'm always having trouble in 1Password and had to use DropBox. Main application need to keep running in dock-less mode for the browser extension to work, but the resource usage (CPU, threads, memory) is moderate so it's no big deal. I'd personally prefer this way rather than a resident "Helper", since I don't need to use password manager all the time. So far the only complain is that Enpass doesn't provide enough icon set to identify the records, and it can't download favicon automatically. It took me days to update the icon manually. I'd really hope they can add the feature of setting icon from URL favicon in the future release. BTW, Enpass had stopped using Google Analytics since 5.6.9.
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Aetnaria
01 September 2019
Version: 6.1.2
Google Analytics can now be opt-out. Still waiting for the anticipated local wifi sync though.
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5
ahmedhatata-ah
18 April 2019
Version: 6.0.6
The best password manager for mac and all platforms, simple , intuitive and very powerful with use of built in templates I can manage all my secure categories with an ease and elegant way , also no subscription or account make it a peace of mind to go with it . Very powerful and convenient application seriously. Great job
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3
Aargl
11 March 2019
Version: 6.0.6
I really wanted to switch to Enpass, but it doesn't import all of 1P items correctly (apparently the oldest ones miss the website) and I've met a few forms that 1P fills correctly and Enpass doesn't (actually it doesn't even store forms contents!). Moreover, there's not a "create a new item" like 1P has — to force creating a new item even if one already exists. Fore the time being, I'll delay my switch...
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2
Eddiemp
25 January 2019
Version: 6.0.3
after 4 weeks and 3 updates still NOT WORKING on IOS9.3.5 .. despite promises from the developers that 6.0.3 should solve the problems, NO GO very disappointed
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thegodfather
02 January 2019
Version: 6.0.0
Enpass new ver. 6 is big step forward, really like it.! There are some minor bugs in new version but I know it will be fixed soon. Bought premium just to encourage developers, they deserve it.. but please don't become greedy in future like 1pass.
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4
Ervins Strauhmanis
02 January 2019
Version: 6.0.0
Moving from 1Password 6, I see that all functionality I used before is present, except QR code scanning feature for Time-based One-time Passwords (TOTP). You can copy/paste TOTP keys still, though, in my experience not all services give you text TOTP keys that you can copy. So until QR scanning becomes implemented in Enpass, and you do want to use Enpass anyway, then you may have to have another tool in your arsenal to convert QR TOTP codes to text keys for Enpass, in some specific instances.
And another note to early adopters that move from 1Password. Expect that certain imported 1Password password entries will need to be manually edited. Particularly, I experienced that all TOTP fields were imported as text and or/password fields, so you would have to set those fields to be of the TOTP type. Also, if you have multiple website fields in 1Password, only 1 of the fields gets imported, in my observation. Sometimes, a website field may not be imported at all. All that and other things I reported to Enpass team, and hopefully they would fix glaring bugs soon.
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5
iTruth
31 December 2018
Version: 6.0.0
The best password manager that I have used so far. This does not have all of the bells and whistles that 1Password and Dashlane have but it is nonetheless a great password manager. At just $5.99 ONE TIME, not monthly this is a must have.
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Filou53
29 December 2018
Version: 6.0.0
Attention:
For the version 6.x, some new functions are now to be paid...
But it's not expensive ;-)
See:
https://www.enpass.io/pricing/
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Levelbest
02 August 2018
Version: 5.6.11
I have just discovered that 1Password is going subscription based. They still have a stand alone version but I am not sure at this writing how that will be supported going forward. Therefore, from other users comments, Enpass seems well recommended and I am now taking a hard look at it. I am curious and a bit concerned that Enpass is free. I am not against free, and I also don't mind paying a nominal sum for software. However, as this application will hold all of my most secure information, It seems reasonable to ask, why the free model? Who are the folks behind Enpass? Will my information remain secure or is this a company with back doors that I should really know about before taking the leap? I already can see that this is said to secure all my information on my own mac and as such, I should not be concerned of the server it is stored on. On the other hand, as I already have mentioned, this is my most vulnerable information so, the question still applies. The example of Mike Bombich comes to mind with his most excellent Carbon Copy Cloner. For years it was free or, donation ware, that was quite honest and transparent about being free. I didn’t fuss when he started charging for CCC and I still use it and recommend it today. Maybe there is a similar mind set behind Enpass? It seems a reasonable question to ask if anyone can share any observations - preferably based on actual experiences, about using Enpass. Thanks.
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5
Aargl
04 July 2018
Version: 5.6.10
In the release notes of Version 5.6.9, haveibeenpwnd.com was mentioned and that gave me the idea to check my mail accounts: all of them were "pwned" and my usual passwords were there too! :-o Only for that, I'd give Enpass 5 stars as a big thank you... ;-) I'm still using 1P for the time being, waiting for Enpass 6 to be released — in a few months, I bet — hoping there'll be sorting options (by date, etc.)
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1
Jeff-H-
22 June 2018
Version: 5.6.10
Pretty much useless. Trying to import from 1PW all thats there are the logins, no CC info, bank info, nothing else. Clipboard works just as well.
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1.5
Wonderwarthog
07 June 2018
Version: 5.6.10
Used to be promising, years later still riddled with bugs, instability and laggy as hell. Searching in the app is unbearably slow on all apps on all platform I'm using,. be it on the latest MBPro (2017) or iOS (latest iPad of 2018) or Android (Nexus 5X). I have merely 450 entries in my DB, so it's not even that much data to search. I'm looking for alternatives.
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3.5
Robio
05 June 2018
Version: 5.6.10
I've fiddled with about 8-10 password managers. THIS is the one I've been looking for. It does everything the subscription apps do, but without having to create an account and put your password data on someone else's cloud, and without dozens of "phone home" calls in the background. I especially like that it can be used *without* a browser extension (I don't like auto-fill). Anticipating this review going to 5 stars if the upcoming 6.0 fixes a handful of bugs and UI shortcomings.
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4.5
cade1
03 June 2018
Version: 5.6.10
Used to love 1Password but got way too expensive, too many upgrades, too much money. Now I use Enpass for Mac desktop (currently v 5.6.8) -- while not perfect, it comes so much closer to 1Password than any others I have tried (and I have tried half a dozen or more) so Enpass is my recommendation at this point in time and has been for past few years and as they have improved it.

Again, not perfect, but it also does not require an online login like so many others (dashlane) and it's still free. So many others are highly buggy since they've originated for windows and then ported over. enpass has done a much better job and kept a mac user interface much better than the others (except of course for the overly expensive 1Password).

That's why i gave it a 4.5 out of 5.

Note: newer versions also allow attaching a note, pdf, jpg, etc so that is very cool!
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4.5
thegodfather
26 May 2018
Version: 5.6.10
Using it couple of months and I'm satisfied with Enpass. After transfer all data from 1password, everything works without problems. There are still some minor complains - maybe better GUI in future, better search function, why I have to fill form if I just need copy generated password, can't edit/create categories etc..
It's free, that's important after all...
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5
zlazkow
02 January 2018
Version: 5.6.0
I was considering a replacement for Keepass. KP is excellent, but wanted something that have some Mac looks. PasswordWallet is very good, but $20. Tried Enpass and was sold. Free is good. What is most impressive how it imported my data from keepass. It was in instant and smooth. Just perfect. All the imported data neatly organized, looks better than in KeePass. Five STARS.
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4
Aargl
19 December 2017
Version: 5.6.0
I have briefly tried this as a potential replacement for 1P4, and yes it is a good contender! It's very similar even in the prefs. But I'm a bit surprised there's no sorting option (to display elements in a different order than alphabetical — created, last used, etc.) I also like 1P's helper running in the background while Enpass needs to be opened. Otherwise, and considering the free Desktop version (compared to the 65 bucks for 1P, I might switch to Enpass when 1P4 stops working (i.e. in Firefox 57 on my MacOS 10.9.5). Anyway, if you never used a password manager before, this is clearly a nice choice.
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RogerKatz
04 December 2017
Version: 5.6.0
The current version is 5.6.2
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4.5
cade1
04 September 2017
Version: 5.5.8
Altho the safari extension seems a bit glitchy/causes webkit problems in my experience, it's still the best pw mgr i have found -- comes closest to the overpriced changed 1password that used to be my fave. this is very close. it is easier than dashlane imho. avast pw keeper way too glitchy & complicated/unreliable, or last time i tried it was. enpass is the one for me (a longtime mac user). now on 10.12.6 & iMac 5k
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4.5
torycooper715
12 April 2017
Version: 5.5.2
The most useful app on my desktop.
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3
Astraloid
04 March 2017
Version: 5.4.1
it uses google analytics, no opt-in and opt-out.
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3
Andy-Hewitt
30 January 2016
Version: 5.0.3
Have given this a try, although I own 1Password for Mac and iOS, I need a Windows licence too, but getting fed up with the increasing cost of ownership.

Enpass seems really good, and it runs nicely and the UI is nice and clean, and intuitive. I like that it runs on more devices for free, and supports enough browsers to be useful. I also really like the fact that you can choose which syncing system you want to use, I'm preferring OneDrive now, as it has good storage, and I'm begining to de-Google my system.

Just a couple of caveats that I think have prevented my further use at this time.

Firstly, it doesn't run discretely in the background, like 1Password or Lastpass do. It has to remain open in the Dock (and the menubar too if you enable it), but there seems to be no way to hide it in the Dock. So it could do with a background helper, IMHO.
And, the extension for Safari seems to run really slowly, I just get a beachball for a few seconds before the menu pops up if I click on the icon, and it does become a bit tedious.

Other improvements could be slight better importing processes. I was impressed that it imported my 1Password library without any apparent problems. However, the items did end up in a bit of a mess, with my grouping headers being imported as a login item, with a box full of code text, and extra fields being added, or fields being misinterpreted, and in come cases duplicate password field, but with them as plain text (so that the password is visible).

Finally, I think they could do with making the grouping boxes a bit more configurable, with the ability to create user definable labels, or folder groups.

It seems good enough, and probably great for someone that doesn't want to fork out for 1Password, or has doubts about security on LastPass.
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5
scottm
28 January 2016
Version: 5.0.3
This app has done very well so far. Added browser extensions in v5. It's as functional as 1Password with one big plus for me. It works on Linux too. I run a bunch of VM's on my Mac: Windows, OSX and various Linux distros for testing & learning. Comes in very handy. I also have more than one computer. A MacMini & a System76 Ubuntu Laptop. Was looking for something to get away from LastPass and it's all cloud base. 1st, I renewed 1Pword. Nice app but it's only good for Mac & Win. Then I found Enpass and it's going to be my "go to" now. Won't renew anything else. Only need one. This fits the bill. Note: All desktop versions are FREE. It's the Device Apps that will require purchase. I bought it for my Nexus 6. Help support development. 5 stars for Cross Platform, Functionality, and Pricing.
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d.plank1
19 January 2016
Version: 5.0.2
Says its free until you install. Then you get hit with $9.99. I wanted an app that I could install on four devices that would sync. Its a real pisser to have to pay $40 to do this. I'm looking for another app.
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Andrewm8
25 June 2015
Version: 4.6.1
Installs on El Capitan DP2, but cannot sync with iCloud and crashes.
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5
Jpczd
09 June 2015
Version: 4.6.1
Not available on French Apple Store ! :-( (I rate 5, but you know I don't have it...)
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5
Amergin
19 February 2015
Version: 4.5.0
I've been using this on my iMac, MacBook, iPad and iPhone for the past 6 months and it's worked perfectly. I only rarely actually enter new data on my mobile devices, I just need access to my facebook, twitter, gmail passwords etc. But on the iMac (which I use daily) the interface is clean and fast. I'd recommend this to anyone looking to move up from Keychain Access (which I used for years).
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fiery12
25 January 2015
Version: 4.0.3
I tried Enpass v4.0.3 from MAS and my first impression is good. Clean and simple interface. However, I would like to mention the following: 1. Database file is immovable. It's in app container's folder and looks like there is no option to move it on an external USB drive for example. Backup&Restore is a workaround, but what if I don't want to keep a local copy of the database on each machine. So, please make a standalone version outside the Mac App Store. 2. There is no browser integration. 3. Group selection is almost indistinguishable.
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