This app is used to calculate one time passwords required to log into your accounts after you enabled two factor authentication. It works with many popular services like Google Mail, Amazon, GitHub, Dropbox and many more.
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Swipe down, tap an account in the widget and paste it on your favorite site.
Open the Safari extension and the code will be entered for you automagically.
Enable iCloud Sync and all your devices will have the same set of accounts. Always.
Export single accounts or make a backup of all accounts. Whatever you do, your accounts are encrypted using AES-256.
The documentation of the file format is available here.
To secure your accounts from unauthorized access, OTP Auth can be secured using Face ID, Touch ID or a password (if your device does not support Face ID or Touch ID).
OTP Auth fully respects your privacy. Your accounts are not sent to any server, no ads are shown and no usage data is collected.
Unfortunately, there is not much that can be done about it besides remembering the password. The password is used to encrypt your accounts when saving them on disk. Thus, they cannot be restored without the password. Your only option is to restore the accounts using account backups (*.otpauth and *.otpauthdb files) whose password you know. In this case proceed as follows:
Open OTP Auth on your iPhone, create a new folder and delete the new folder. This should trigger a sync between iPhone and Apple Watch and should solve the problem 😊.
You can left swipe on any account and choose "Move". In the following screen choose the target folder and your account is moved 😊.
Please proceed as follows: