By Toopher, Inc.
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Toopher is the strongest, fastest, and easiest way to protect yourself from online fraud. Easily pair your phone with a Toopher-enabled service, and receive a push notification showing you the details of your request when you log in. Better still, Toopher is the only solution that lets you automate that second step from safe locations like your home or office, so now you're only bothered when a login is out of the ordinary -- like when you're in a new location or being hacked. Now, nobody can log in to your accounts without going through you first, even if they have your username and password. It's strong, fast, invisible security.
Give Toopher a try with LastPass and Mailchimp, or visit http://toopher.com for a full list of supported sites. We also support "old school" two-step authentication on Facebook, Google, Outlook, Dropbox, Evernote, or anything marked "Software Implementation" at http://twofactorauth.org.
Apple wisely requests that we inform you: "Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life." Rest assured, we go to great lengths to make sure that we minimize GPS use so that Toopher does not significantly impact your battery life.
What's New in Version 2.3.3
Bug fix for restored iPhones
Super easy to set up and real simple to use. I never go anywhere without my phone and so I will always have access to my accounts. Having 2 step authentication is the way of the future. It basically makes access to your accounts next to impossible. I say next to impossible because I am sure someone will figure a way eventually but at this stage in the game. It serves as a Brinks sign in front of your house. Why mess with an account with two step auth when there are so many with the windows wide open?
So much better than Google Authenticator
Much easier to use when paired with one of the (currently very few) apps or sites that supports Toopher. Can also be used instead of Authenticator for any two-step authentication that is software-enabled.
I haven't noticed any battery drain, and you can turn off that feature in Settings anyway. Looking forward to more developers picking up on this!
Really bad graphic design
I thought the RSA ID app was bad design. This is far worse.
1. the button for generating a password is right between cancel and remove pairing. It is also thinner than my finger. Sheesh. Why not make it big and hard to miss? The thing I do most often should be the easiest to do.
2. The password is displayed in some tiny font that takes about 1 percent of the screen real estate. C’mon. That password is important. Why not display it nicely for the 10 seconds I need it?
Unfortunately I’m stuck with it.