That's Google's fault and will be fixed in Android O. Crazy to blame the devs when they can only work with what's given to them. Not going to bother with the rest...Been looking for a good password manager myself.
Been using LastPass for the month. Not impressed at all. The Android App is frustrating - erratic fill, automatic detection in apps is hit and miss, generally forces a manual intervention and lots of frustration. The Chrome plug-in is, at best, on par with Google's password manager. It isn't a compelling enough option. The Windows Desktop App is downright poor. Suffers from the same issues as the Android App.
EDIT: Oh - it doesn't seem to clear the android clipboard on Copy password.
Would be my preference if I was still working on a Mac.Keychain on Mac OS.
It is when it's locked down by 2-stage authentication and a proper password.yeah and using a password manager is I guess
Yeah but the fact that you need a manager must imply a problem in itself.Would be my preference if I was still working on a Mac.
Otherwise on the iPhone/iPad alone it's a bit useless to me on PC.
It is when it's locked down by 2-stage authentication and a proper password.
Actually it's very very very far from a "few moments" and a properly generated password versus a thought up one is the difference between it taking years or minutes.Yeah but the fact that you need a manager must imply a problem in itself.
My password philosophy may not seem bright, but passwords can be easily cracked in any event, the difference being a few moments really.
And 20 years later I've yet to have a breach.