Twilio Authy Authenticator MODDED 2022


Protect all your accounts with the Authy two factor authentication app
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Authy brings the future of strong authentication to the convenience of your Android device.

The Authy app generates secure 2 step verification tokens on your device. It helps you protect your account from hackers and hijackers by adding an additional layer of security.

Why Authy is the best multi factor authentication app:

– Secure Cloud Backups:
Did you lose your device and got locked out of all of your accounts? Authy provides secure cloud encrypted backups so you will never lose access to your tokens again. We use the same algorithm banks and the NSA use to protect their information.

– Multi Device Synchronization:
Are your re-scanning all your QR codes just to add them to your tablet and smartphone? With authy you can simply add devices to your account and all of your 2fa tokens will automatically synchronize.

– Offline:
Still waiting for an SMS to arrive? do you travel constantly and lose access to your accounts? Authy generates secure tokens offline from the safety of your Android device, this way you can authenticate securely even when in airplane mode.

– All of your accounts:
We support most major multifactor authentication accounts including Facebook, Dropbox, Amazon, Gmail, and thousands of other providers. We also support 8 digit tokens.

– Protect your bitcoins:
Authy is the preferred two factor authentication solution to protect your bitcoin wallet. We are the default 2fa provider for trusted companies like Coinbase, CEX.IO, BitGo and many others.

– What is two factor authentication?
“Two-factor authentication is one of the best things you can do to make sure your accounts don’t get hacked” – LifeHacker

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40 comentarios en "Twilio Authy Authenticator MODDED 2022"

  1. When I moved to my new phone, I was given an error that my backup password was incorrect. It was the right password, and after reinstalling the app, it was able to realize that it was the right password. However, that new phone broke, upon getting a replacement, I had to sign in again. The password has never been able to work despite reinstalling twice and clearing its data multiple times, the password has never changed, so I have lost all of my codes.

  2. Useful: Works across multiple devices and has a backup. Useless: QR codes won’t scan at all. Data entry for the code won’t allow you to view everything you paste in at once, so you better only copy over the secret from any other QR code scanner that will actually read the code. Asks for the Backup Password more than once. I gave it to the app, it should remember it. 2 stars because I can at least use it on multiple devices, but adding or updating secrets is horrible.

  3. Easy to use, especially helpful for transferring to a new device. Just need to keep your backup password somewhere; this is important for moving to a new device. Only thing I don’t like is the UI. It’s ok in list mode, but grid mode (the default layout) should make better use of space. The top portion takes up way too much screen real estate in that mode.

  4. What is it with authenticator developers?? There is always an important feature missing somewhere. While i love the ability to sync among devices, it is concerning that all you need is a phone number to add a device. An SMS is easy to intercept. To resolve this users like me who are concerned about the security of their information should have the option to create a password that you would enter when adding a new phone – to unlock the database. Just seems a bit too risky. Guess I will just have to turn multi device off and on as needed when I add new accounts / sync new phones. I would have easily given it 5* if it had that feature. (and if it stays in development at all times)

  5. Needs some polish around the edges. The code displays too low on the screen and is often partially obscured by the keyboard. There is enough white space to move it up. The time left graphical bar indicator is too narrow and not prominent enough with colored backgrounds. Bar should be thicker and of a contrasting color or border to make it stand out.

  6. Very confusing and unwieldy. All I wanted was to authenticate Discord to my physical phone, and instead of just doing that, this app wanted to authenticate itself to my phone (even though it was already installed. ??). The mere fact that it was on my phone should have been enough to do the authentication. Unwieldy because it wanted me to copy a large code from my text app into the app which requires switching between two open apps on my phone. Switching between the apps then blanked the input dialog, making it impossible to enter the code. I just gave up.

  7. Great tool, and indispensable to anyone who uses 2FA to keep their accounts secure. I haven’t had any problem using this on multiple devices at once, or switching it to other devices. They also recently added icons for pretty much everything, which is great. My only (very minor) complaint is that I wish it would automatically alphabetize my list. (I currently have 16.)

  8. Fantastic. I love the ability to backup and sync. Reordering the sites is also great. The one drawback is screen allocation. I took one star off for this. On grid mode, the layout favors the site logo and code, leaving the grid of sites very short. There is a lot of wasted space that I would like to see allocated to the grid, so I don’t have to scroll. Maybe a movable divider or alternate layout for the grid?

  9. Great app. More user-friendly than Google Authenticator. I wish it had folders or some better way to organize things though. Once you get to 20+ accounts, it’s annoying to find what you’re looking for. Further compounding this is that the text labels cut off, and they’re not shown prominently when you click on certain items “Generic blue token is…”. Please fix these to have a 5 star app!

  10. This is a welcome improvement over Google Authenticator, and appears to have advantages over LastPass authenticator, as it runs on both mobile devices and desktops. It needs, however, the ability to SORT accounts by user-defined CATEGORY, NAME and PRIORITY, as well as the option to HIDE infrequently used accounts. These options would decrease screen clutter, and make it MUCH easier to find most-used accounts w/o the scrolling which is presently required. If these features were added, I’d happily pay a reasonable one-time fee for it. I do like it already, but it’s too close to being better for the developer to leave it where it is. EDIT: Turns out, you can ALREADY drag to re-order accounts in the Android app. The CS response to my request for that didn’t seem to know this. But, AFAIK, still NOT in the Windows app.

  11. Authy is good for multi device authentication. However, there is a major difference from the iOS version and android version. You can configure iOS version to prompt for a pin when you switch out of the app and back to Authy. For Android, it is until you close the app completely. It is then you’re prompted for a pin. Defeats the purpose of the PIN option if it doesn’t prompt you all the time.

  12. Been using Authy for a awhile now and have been happy with it. However, the update has been less than stellar. The code number has been enlarged to the point where, if the token is too long, it pushes the “copy to clipboard” button off the page. This leaves you with either having to try to memorize the token or trying to write it down and type it back into the app before it expires.

  13. DarkNovak dice:

    Changed phones, and the new phone literally refuses to decrypt any of the accounts. Went on the old phone, changed the backup password, confirmed it, tried the new phone, still doesn’t work. This app is awful. Forgetting my own access I already enabled, and after I change the password, still refusing to unlock. What’s the point then? What’s the point of an authenticator app you can’t open or use? I can’t recover multiple accounts now. I can’t believe I lost accounts to these idiots.

  14. Nothing but constant glitches! This app is always reconnecting and stating that I have multiple sessions open even though I definitely don’t because it’s impossible to keep any session going, period. I can’t stay connected for more than 1 minute at a time. I’ve never had these issues with Google’s Authenticator, but unfortunately one of my clients uses this app for her clinic. Authy’s issues interfere tremendously when I need to be out-of-office or travel for work.

  15. I love the app, but something happened in the newest version. 100% repeatable crashes on startup on my Droid Turbo (Verizon) running Android 6.0.1 – if the app crashes 100% of the time, it’s of course not usable. Would be nice to know if I can revert to a previous version somehow…

  16. Works great as a 2F auth app, including backups and syncing across devices which is all great. I just wish it had some way to sort entries and maybe group in folders. With more and more sites doing 2FA, Having to scroll through 20+ entries would be so much easier if they were at least alphabetical. Also was way too hard to figure out how to edit the title of an existing entry so I could fix some that were too similar. Still, highly recommend it.

  17. It absolutely Stinks. If I’ve spent 1 hour, I’ve spent a total of 6 hours over the last couple of months trying to use this stupid link for AUTHY and it will not allow me to get into my account. Assistant at the bank gave instructions exactly what to do. I did as she said, everything was working fine. I was in to my account and then this damn thing pops up and won’t let me do anything at all. I am so frustrated I could scream to the mountaintops Has landline phone listed. Can’t change..etc.

  18. Best and easiest to use authentication app. I use it for everything with 2 factor authentication as an option. So far I’m using it for 7 different accounts, but there’s lots of room for more. Simple setup, simple to use, but it makes a YUGE difference in the security of your accounts. If you care about the level of security and privacy you can guarantee for your online accounts, this is the authentication app for you. All the others I tried had clunky, unfriendly UIs, & were overly complicated.

  19. Edited review 11/17/19: as a concept, Authy is great. In practice, though… not so much. I had the misfortune of not realizing that I could backup/sync to a PC, and so when I transferred my data to my new phone and lost some of my tokens, I was unable to recover them. Asking for Authy recovery was cancelled the instant I used another token (one I did have) – I ended up having to use my old phone to get my old token, deleting it, and re-adding the account on my new phone. Royal pain – and thank god I hadn’t pitched my old phone yet! Additionally, the UI is… not great. It’s functional, but mediocre. Scrolling through more than a small handful quickly becomes tedious – and forget using the browser app/extension, honestly. Something in the coding caused both to consistently freeze my browser until removal. For what it is, the mobile app is okay, but I wouldn’t use it anywhere if some sites didn’t require it for 2FA.

  20. I like the multi-device option, and the option to have a graphic and rename the authenticators. This is possibly the best authenticator on the app store. I’ve tried many, and on the ones I tried before Authy, there’s needed options missing or the dev has abandoned the app. All the low ratings because of people not knowing how to use the app with the service that they set up the app with. lol, that’s not the app’s fault. And the review about the small text, lol get a phone with a bigger screen, usually the text gets bigger along with the screen, I’ve noticed, also not the app’s fault. SMH Overall, the app is better than most of the apps on the market even if there hasn’t been any additions of features lately. The main thing is that it’s stable, easy to use, and add more services to. It seems like all people do is complain. I definitely recommend this app.

  21. i mean.. the app seems alright, but for a person with no mobile data, i hate the fact you can’t sign up with a gmail account. like, for example, if you sign up, and can’t call or text, then just use your email. it’s faster, and easier than texting and calling in my opinion. :/

  22. Very happy with this app, but only on my phones! The syncing across devices is really helpful. Google should have added this feature to their Authenticator app. Only one issue so far: app doesn’t work on my Lenovo or HP chromebooks. EDIT: apparently, you need to use the Chrome app on Chrome OS, not the Android app. The Android app in Chrome OS isn’t compatible at this time.

  23. Edwin Lam dice:

    Everything is good, the multiple device sync & backup feature is excellent. On the mobile version, there doesn’t seem to be a way to sort the accounts, which make it difficult to lookup code sometimes. (hence the 4 start instead of 5)

  24. Nice app, and I like the ability to back up encrypted auth codes, but I wish I could add my own icons websites. One example: Reddit. Of all of the random sites I see on the existing list of icons (Guild Wars 2, for instance), it is hard to believe that Reddit hasn’t made that list yet. The list also has Electronic Arts, but does not have Ubisoft.

  25. This is an extremely buggy app. Backups not working after entering and confirming a password, multi device toggle randomly being greyed out, and unable to edit account names for my tokens without them being reverted back to original. I switched to Authy for the backup feature but instead got a buggy and less useful version of Google Authenticator..

  26. i would give the functionality a 5 star, but the user interface is absolutely terrible. thr code section is way too big, and navigating through accounts is confusing with similar icons and the more accounts you have, the harder it is to search through them. also, there is no way to upload my own icon for different services. the default list of supported icons are so short and strictly tied to services making them almost usless.

  27. Does not work at all. Tried to use it with the Discord mobile app, the code expires before you can ever possibly type out your password then paste the code, and there’s a bit of lag between the two screens (as is the usual for Discord) so this app doesn’t work. I don’t expect them to fix this ever so I’m just gonna say don’t use this app.

  28. Authy is fast, has all the features you want for 2FA – including back-up codes, an intuitive user interface, multi-device support, biometric sensor support – and nothing more. No bloat. The only thing I could ask for feature-wise is an option to upload custom logo images, but that’s nothing but a cosmetic triviality. I’ve been using Authy for a number of years on multiple different devices, and have never had a bad experience.

  29. Much better than Google authenticator. Better security. Slightly different from Microsoft authenticator. Its feature, backing up the codes and when new device login with mobile no, the codes restored. Also it has a feature to use it on the computer. Only thing I didn’t like, the user interface. The listing is not good. The grid option is just worst. So, overall, it’s a very useful application for any 2 step verification users. Recommended.

  30. It is great to have the same app on my mobile devices and on my desktop and laptops. Found this app when I was looking for an alternative to the horrible Google Authenticator that doesn’t sync data. The only minor annoyance I have with this app is that I need to use a 3rd party app (Rotation Control) to be able to use it in landscape mode on my tablet. Please add landscape support for tablet users. Removed another star because there is no way to remove Pinterest from the list, which I didn’t want in there in the first place!

  31. Paul S dice:

    Very useful app. Older version used to get stuck sometimes buy not any more. Unfortunately synch doesn’t always work. I’m missing a few entries on one device. Tried an unstall but no change. It is great that it can be used on several devices. Never liked the other 2fa apps allowing only one device. Well done devs, maybe trap that synch issue though?

  32. Setup screen is confusing, asking without explanation for a “code” and a phone number and stating the same must be used “across all devices”. On top, it assumes some weird, probably US-specific digit grouping for the number, which makes zero sense and made me go blind. This initial experience shows this is an amateur project. Uninstalled immediately.

  33. I changed phones, and didn’t realise my authy account was actually registered to and even older phone number. Yeah, duh. I think I did about every dumb thing I could and ended up with two accounts. Then went to the website, and within a minute had everything merged in a clear pathway. The app has always been simple to use, and rock steady, nice to find the switchover is robust even when someone screws up like I did.

  34. No way of contacting anyone when you have issues with the system. I recently moved jobs and the system is set up on an old work email. There is no way of changing the settings without accessing the old email which I do not have access to and nobody to speak to on the issue

  35. Work well for a while. Now, I can’t scan many code. Work no problem with all my 3 other MFA app, but authy refuse to scan, it just sit there saying put qr in small square. There’s a like for scanner not working, use zsing which send you to download barcode scanner, but once install, it just launch the app and nothing work.

  36. A competent authenticator app that can sync your codes so losing a device doesn’t mean you’ve lost access to the codes, though it used to be better for this when your account was tied to your email instead of phone number and you could just sign in normally.

  37. Cole Boyd dice:

    Great way to keep your 2FA codes between multiple devices, unlike others that have no redundancy like Google Authenticator. Works with all the same accounts and even has pictures. Falls short on UI. All codes stay in the same order they were added to the account, unlike the desktop app which is alphabetical. The dark mode also produces weird colors. White or color match to the icon would be better. All-in, minor complaints and the best 2FA app I have used.

  38. Xao Ome dice:

    This was the only app I could find that was rated high for security and would function on all my devices. It’s somewhat confusing to understand the setup. I had to reread the directions several times to grasp them. Once installed and understood, it works smoothly.

  39. very good 2fa app only annoying feature is that when you open up a page etc that you’ve just worked on from another device ie from desktop to mobile although your devices are all synced it doesn’t recognise that device and you’ve got to go thru confirmation all over again, if that could be sorted this app would be perfect.

  40. Mick Wood dice:

    Good app once you go to their website and read the help and FAQs but unfortunately no help from within the app. The main benefit is that it syncs the authentication across your devices instead of confining it to a single installation on one device – very handy when you replace or lose your phone as you don’t have to jump through hoops to recreate 2FA for all your accounts. This has now replaced Google Authenticator on my phone.

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