Enpass 4.0.0 update adds new custom fields and label editing and comes in a complete new logo and design. Enpass 4.0.0 password manager was released on April 30, 2014 on all platforms: iOS (iPhone and iPad), Mac OS X, Windows (XP, Vista, 7), Windows Phone 8 and 8.1, Android and Blackberry.
As a result of this update, now Enpass is really (in contrast to the predecessor Enpass 3.0.3) the best password manager for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch), Mac OS X and Windows (running on Windows 8.1) in regard to cost-performance based on my personal findings: 1Password has much more functions, but it is much more expensive (Mac version $49,99 EUR, Windows version $49,99, iOS version $17,99). SafeWallet is free, but there is no Mac companion available.
Enpass 4.0.0 release notes
- Launcher icon changed
- Ability to add custom fields to an item.
- Ability to edit labelortype of an item.
- Ability to hide categories from sidebar
- Ability to add folders to sidebar.
- Ability to change icons of folders.
- New square colorful icons for items.
- New templates added and improvements in existing ones.
- Ability to change an item icon.
- Option to disable audio feedback while login.
- Ambiguous characters removed from password generator.
- Performs deep search in item fields on pressing enter.
- Open in last used folder or category.
- Add multiple items to folder or favorites at once.
- Ability to create items within folders and add to it.
- Ability to create items within favorites and add to it.
- Other UI improvements.
- Long field values ellipses bug fixed.
- Incorrect search results bug for non-english language fixed.
- Other minor bug fixes.
More details for all versions can be found on the FAQ page of Enpass.
Advantages of Enpass:
- Flat design
- Version for iOS, Mac OS X, Windows (running on Windows 8.1), Windows Phone, Android, Blackberry
- iCloud and Dropbox sync, including cross-platform syncing
- adding custom fields
- editing of field names
- built-in browser
Disadvantages of Enpass:
- Syncing passwords between different platforms is only possible with Dropbox.
Enpass for iOS:
The iOS version of Enpass 4.0.0. is universal (iPhone and iPad) and costs $4,99. There is also a lite version of Enpass, which is for trial purpose only and allows you to store only up to 10 items.
Enpass for iOS lite version:
No longer available (Update).
Enpass for iOS (full version):
Enpass for Mac:
Enpass for Mac has the similar flat design like the iOS app and is cost-free. There is a Dropbox and iCloud sync option, too.
Enpass 4.0.0 for Windows Phone 8 and 8.1:
The Windows Phone 8/8.1 version of Enpass 4.0.0 costs the same ($4,99) as the iOS version and there is a lite version for testing, too (allows you to store only up to 10 item). There is a Dropbox and OneDrive (SkyDrive) sync option, too.
Enpass 4.0.0 for Windows:
Enpass for Windows has the similar flat design like the iOS app and the Mac app. Enpass for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 can be downloaded here. There is no native Windows 8 app, but it is perfectly running on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. There is a Dropbox and OneDrive (SkyDrive) sync option, too. For syncing iOS and Mac devices with a Windows PC Dropbox sync has to be activated.
Enpass 4.0.0 for Android (Download Google Play Store):
In contrast to the iOS and Windows Phone 8/8.1 version, Enpass for Android is free for downloading, but offers in-app purchases. There is a Dropbox, GoogleDrive and OneDrive (SkyDrive) sync option, too.
Enpass 4.0.0 for Blackberry:
Taking everything into account, Enpass 4.0.0 is the best password managing apps for my personal needs, especially, because of the multi-platform versions. What is your opinion about Enpass? Let us know and comment!
Stay tuned! 😉