Android Token

Android Token


Android Token turns a smart phone into a multi-factor authentication device supporting OATH compliant event (HOTP) and time (TOTP) tokens.
Replacing your current hardware tokens with a convenient app.

Supports creating multiple tokens within the single app.

Provision tokens using the simple interface or using the QR scan. Android Token supports KeyUriFormat for provisioning tokens.

Works with AWS and Google Two Factor authentication and any other OATH compliant multi-factor solutions.

Protect access to the app with an option PIN code to secure the tokens on the smart phone.
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3.8
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Installs
10,000+
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File size
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About Android Token
Android Token turns a smart phone into a multi-factor authentication device supporting OATH compliant event (HOTP) and time (TOTP) tokens.
Replacing your current hardware tokens with a convenient app.

Supports creating multiple tokens within the single app.

Provision tokens using the simple interface or using the QR scan. Android Token supports KeyUriFormat for provisioning tokens.

Works with AWS and Google Two Factor authentication and any other OATH compliant multi-factor solutions.

Protect access to the app with an option PIN code to secure the tokens on the smart phone.

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A Google User
Jun 20, 2014
Did not work Tried for Google two step as a test case, and it provided wrong codes.
A Google User
Apr 7, 2014
Beware Work fine in some service such as Google. Don't work with some service such as Dropbox. Basically not reliable and probably has some algorithm mistake. (Don't use as reliable backup.) Scroll bar also not work properly (at least on my Gingerbread Android).
A Google User
Mar 24, 2014
Works with MSFT account Snap, works as an authenticator with Microsoft account security.
A Google User
Aug 23, 2012
why not just use mobile-otp? This is just like mobile-otp with the addition of ads.
A Google User
Aug 23, 2012
why not just use mobile-otp? This is just like mobile-otp with the addition of ads.