FlexAuth

FlexAuth


See http://bit.ly/b4s73L for info.

Source at http://github.com/cheald/FlexAuth/

FlexAuth is a multi-token mobile authenticator compatible with Blizzard's Battle.net login, providing token entry and backup, letting you use multiple auth services.

v1.1.6 fixes casing issues with token secrets.

Recent changes:
Rebuild project for ICS devices.
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4.5
User ratings
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10,000+
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File size
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About FlexAuth
See http://bit.ly/b4s73L for info.

Source at http://github.com/cheald/FlexAuth/

FlexAuth is a multi-token mobile authenticator compatible with Blizzard's Battle.net login, providing token entry and backup, letting you use multiple auth services.

v1.1.6 fixes casing issues with token secrets.

Recent changes:
Rebuild project for ICS devices.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 6, 2015
I wish blizzard would properly support the otp open standards
A Google User
Jan 9, 2014
LONG TIME USER 5 STARS ~ BUT ; 5 star app ~ long time user ~ update widget style to Halo or newer _please_ **CURRENT PROBLEM** Upgraded my phone to Verizon Samsung S4 SCH-545 and it conflicts with a default Samsung ROM app WatchON which controls TVs and other infrared devices. Specifically that app freezes for a few until one force close popup of FlexAuth occurs when I press the remote button in top right. 100% occurrence on first load. Looking for help and mentioning it via both apps. PetRiL.Joe AT GMAIL dot COM Thx- Joseph L
A Google User
Dec 27, 2013
Works well Wouldn't mind some way to customize the widget to match others on my home screen, but it's neutral enough. Having multiple authenticator keys together in one place is useful!
A Google User
Dec 27, 2013
To those wondering "What's the point" Simple - more than one account on the same device -- somethign the Blizz Authenticator cannot do. Second, as noted by others, if outside the US (on travel or whatnot), this works, unlike the Blizz Auth which does not. Third, unlike Titanium, you can back up your private key in text, to an encrypted file or use something like LastPass, and you can do it without being on a rooted android. Got it now? Also, why not use a third party app - its the algorithm that keeps you safe, not the app. If you think otherwise, then explain how this app on your phone gets you hacked on your computer when it does NOT have access to your Bnet login, your password, or even any clue what account you are using it with. Simple - it doesn't. Stop spreading falsehoods in reviews due to your ignorance. This app does what it says, and does so securely, and its crptographic section is open source, so go check it for backdoors yourself.
A Google User
Oct 21, 2013
Perfect for people with multiple accounts. Works great, lets me have more than one account tied to an authenticator on my phone. Considering that they don't ever ask for your bnet name / pw, and have completely no idea what authenticator is tied to what account - I have no reservations of using it.
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