InstaLogin is a Safari App Extension that allows you to automatically login in websites instantly with Safari AutoFill!
How it works in three steps:
1. Use AutoFill or type your user and password in a login page.
2. Click the Bolt button in the Safari toolbar (save your credentials in Safari AutoFill if asked).
3. Now InstaLogin will auto-login you in that site every time it detects that your credentials are filled by AutoFill in the login form. Instantly!
Suggestions are welcomed at @pvieito.
• Added macOS Mojave Dark Mode support
Ratings and Reviews
Simple app that does simple job
I’m not sure why the other reviewers gave bad reviews to InstaLogin, but I guess they weren’t sure what its purpose is.
Because of the way Safari handles logins, you still have to click on the drop down mini-menu to choose the login/password combination when you go to a site that requires you to login every time. What annoyed me in the past about Safari was then having to click the “Login” button on the site. That’s the simple task InstaLogin does. It clicks that button. Not a big deal, but it removed the annoying need for an unnecessary click. Is it worth $1? Yes, but since I subscribe to SetApp, I didn’t have to pay that.
One last caveat: InstaLogin doesn’t work for my two bank website logins. I surmise that’s due to a prohibition imposed by those sites to ensure safety.
this is an absolute rip-off
Nothing works. Don’t waste your money!
I should’ve paid attention to the other reviewer...
This app doesn’t work AT ALL. I’m going to try to contact the developer and will happily update my review if I receive satisfactory support and/or if the app gets updated and magically works all of a sudden. I wanted to post this review first, though, so that I might save any other potential customers from wasting $1. It’s unbelievably irritating to actually PAY for an app only to have it fail completely and totally. Dev, you should really offer this as a freemium/pay-to-go-pro service, so people who want to try it and are intrigued by the promises you make in the app description aren’t too upset when they turn out to be lies. Side note: Doesn’t anyone who works at Apple actually TRY the apps before they’re greenlighted for the App Store and offered for sale? Or is the code merely inspected for following the rules vis-a-vis sandboxing, etc? This isn’t the first app I’ve bought on here only to be sorely disappointed...SMH
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.