Obsidian - OTP Authenticator
Developer: Tommaso Carpi
Current Version: 4.1.1
Last Updated: 5 days ago
Download Size: 9.9 MB - Download
Obsidian keeps all your OTP tokens in a safe place wrapped in an elegant UI.
All the data is stored in your Apple Keychain and not accessible anywhere else.
You can also sync your tokens on your iPhone, iPad and Mac via iCloud.
• Full Menu Bar app
• TOTP & HOTP
• Synchronization via iCloud on your iOS and MacOS devices
• Super-easy copy on Clipboard
• Support for base32 "secrets"
• Edit your tokens name
• Reorder your tokens with a super easy drag&drop
• Fixed icon displaying a white background due to a nasty jpeg that flew under the radars :)
Most Helpful Reviews
Works, Has Some Display Issues on MacOS High Sierra Beta - Product works as advertised, and does an amazing job at syncing across my Apple devices. I do have one issue, however, where the program will display a huge right-side and bottom border on MacOS High Sierra beta. If you need screenshots of what I’m talking about, I’d be happy to send them along.
Needs better security - Obsidian is a wonderful, simple two-factor authentication app. However, there are three problems with the Mac App, one of which is so significant that I had to delete Obsidian from my computer: 1) CANNOT REARRANGE ACCOUNTS - In Obsidian, accounts are listed in the order that they are added to the app. This works fine until I realize that the first two accounts in the list are accounts I access maybe 2-3 times every year. Instead of leaving these hardly used accounts at the top of the list, it would be much more beneficial if I could rearrange all of my accounts so that the most used accounts existed at the top of the list. Even simply ordering my accounts alphabetically would make more sense than the current order. I would really like to see Obsidian provide a feature which allows users to reorder their accounts. 2) CANNOT RENAME ACCOUNTS - When an account is added to Obsidian, the email address registered to that account is displayed in Obsidian. However, if I update the email address on that account, this change is not reflected in Obsidian. Going further, Obsidian does not provide any method of editing each account, meaning that I am forever stuck with the incorrect email address being displayed. The only way to fix this is to delete the account from Obsidian, turn off 2FA on the account, re-enable 2FA on the account, and then go back through the 2FA setup process. This is tremendously annoying. I would really like to see Obsidian provide the ability to edit the name/email address displayed on accounts. 3) APPLICATION IS UNSECURED - If someone gains access to my computer, there is nothing stopping them from viewing all of my 2FA tokens in Obsidian. Obsidian never asks for a password, a PIN, Touch ID, or anything to secure my tokens. Just type “Obsidian” into Alfred app, hit Return, and boom, all of my 2FA codes are there for the taking. On iOS, Obsidian always verifies my identity using Touch ID before I can open the app. I am baffled as to why this is not the case on MacOS. I need to see Obsidian prompt me with a password every time I open the app or leave the app out of focus for too long, just like 1Password does. Without this feature, I cannot use Obsidian for Mac.