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Abine Inc.

Simply Better Passwords, Payments, and Privacy.
Faster, easier, more secure.

3.9 Ratings 3K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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  • Good, but not great Jun 5, 2019

    By anon0913
    Blur affords access to a service that is, unfortunately, essential with the email masking and does it for free. The interface, though, is, to me, super clunky. Partly because of its clunkiness and partly because I have other apps and solutions that I’ve been using comfortably and reliably for years, I haven’t explored much beyond the email masking. If that’s all the app did, I’d be fine with it. And, to be honest, I’d prefer it. It feels cluttered and awkward to have all the features in the single app instead of how some other developers have more of a suite of apps that can work together. I won’t use the browser because it’s not a standalone browser. Same for the password manager. It doesn’t seem like all that much, but it’s extra layers of stuff to get to what is already a couple of extra layers. I would consider upgrading to the paid tier if I could generate fresh phone numbers at will, the same as the email masking, but it looks like it’s limited to just a single number. But, I also don’t know how much of a logistical, legal, or financial complication that would be. Ultimately, I highly recommend this app. It’s not the prettiest or easiest to use, but it gets a job done and seems to do it solidly when it comes to the email masking.
  • Apr 30, 2021

    By Tim Bentley
    I've used blur since it was mask me, over the years I've been very happy with it. As with anything where personal information is stored on someone else's server I don't use the autofill for credit cards. There are some glitches with Android, not recognizing a website to offer the autofill feature for password and username. Desktop seems to work flawlessly. With Android it helps to make sure that you're not using a browser-based autofill for emails or usernames.
  • Great app, poor design Apr 24, 2018

    By ShopLick
    If you’re someone who constantly forgets their password and values their security, then Blur is for you. This app can be used by practically everyone and anyone. You don’t need to be tech-savvy to know how to use this application. It’s very simple to use and has supreme features that you can use in your everyday life. For example the masked cards, you can use it if you do not want your personal information - such as a credit card - out there. For the master password you can use your fingerprint so no worrying about anyone looking over your shoulder and memorizing your password. Instead you can just tap your home button and you are in. This app could improve on the basic design but its still simple. They should keep the app easy to use but the design should look a little more professional. Despite the poor design, it is still a good app.
  • Convenient Apr 11, 2018

    By APaddock294
    With the risk of identity theft and credit card scams on the rise, Blur steps in to set those worries at ease. With a user friendly interface, it allows you to set up a string of e-mails and passwords to your frequented sites with private information that would make it impossible for anyone to hack into. Not only that, but it also provides you with the ability to mask your credit cards all under a single number. Just simply set a spending amount and Blur sets it up like a pre-paid card! That’s a feature that definitely makes me as a user feel a lot more comfortable providing sensitive information. With the surplus of features in the free subscription, the premium comes with even more. The ability to mask your phone number was one that stuck out the most. If you’re not comfortable giving out your real phone number, Blur will generate one for you to assist you in avoiding pesky telemarketers and also allow you to make private phone calls. All in all, Blur is an app that was designed for convenience and made to put the daily consumer’s mind at ease when it comes to the online marketplace and I would highly recommended it for everyone.
  • May 1, 2021

    By K E Boyd
    I have been a Premium subscriber for about 4+ years. The masked phone and saving accts are what i primarily use. Masked phone calls are frequently dropped. I am very annoyed that one can NOT reply to any short codes! Now i've has to give out my REAL cell number to respond to short code fraud alerts. Time to look for a full featured alias phone number.
  • Fantastic Multi-function App Sep 1, 2019

    By gretchannah
    I use both the Blur App and Browser Extension every day. Blur offers terrific functions to secure your privacy such as: logins and passwords, masked e-mails, masked credit cards, and masked phone numbers. For example if I’m mildly interested in a website that asks for an email address in order to proceed, I use Blur to create a masked email — which will forward to my actual email address — so I truly appreciate that Blur gives me the control and choice as to with whom my information is shared. Another feature where Blur secures your privacy is on e-commerce sites. For example: online shopping through a popular, nationwide retailer that suffered a data breach where thousands of user credit cards were exposed — No worries for me because I masked my credit card with Blur. Highly recommend Blur (and its Premium Service) for everyday use. Keep up the great work, thanks.
  • May 19, 2021

    By Christopher Lee
    Excellent app, I use it regularly, especially if youre signing up for a competition and don't want to get all the spam mail.
  • Good could be great! Apr 13, 2020

    By Sad4evernote
    I’ve been using the app and also desktop version for almost ten years I think. It’s had its growing pains along the way. While I believe there are some great apps that are probably just as good for passwords, I think Blur has a one stop shop for a few things. * you can use it for passwords * you can use it for making private secure notes * you have ONE alternate/burner phone number assigned to you ( they should think about maybe making more available per person. VERY USEFUL ! * you can buy a money card so you don’t have to use your own credit card for purchases * you can easily change passwords * they have layers of security throughout. * you have endless amounts of burner EMAILS which are great because it helps keep my other true email from being swamped with bs emails!! I use this a lot. I’m sure I’m missing other things too. It’s better to be paranoid in today’s world when it comes to your security! They have other useful products too. If you’d rather have an all-in-one app Blur is for you. Note: I’m not being paid for this review 🤩👍
  • Dec 19, 2020

    By a1_ geb
    Useful app and it has a free version! Easy to use. The UI is quite simple. Unfortunately, the full features and premium subscription available in the USA only. Anyway for the rest of the planet may still use the free version. Just install the app and you are good to go! 🙃👍 If the user have any problem or questions just send a bug report or email (thanks Lisnel) and they will help you out. 5⭐ for them. Believe me!
  • Still trying to get the hang of this Dec 17, 2019

    By AnalystJoe
    First, this app is a great idea which came highly recommended and I am still trying to get my head around it all. It seemed to work fine when I first started out but now I am foundering. The iOS app does not seem to have the clean integration as the web version on the PC. Neither does it have much in the way of iPad-specific help. The web version has extensive FAQs (the support team doesn't want you to call unless it's really important, I guess) but (nearly) nothing for Andriod or iOS apps. Unfortunately, my iPad does not have a right click (the long press doesn't seem to cooperate as a right click either) so much of the website interaction and instruction is lost. Right now, my iPad Safari no longer "sees" my Blur account, so I cannot record a new account nor change passwords on existing accounts through that browser. Same with the internal Blur Private Browser. Without the help documentation, I don't know if this is pilot error or a design malfunction. Regardless, I'm crashing into the river now and am preparing for impact. I can't see another way to contact support, so this review is a combination review and support ticket. When I first downloaded Blur, everything seemed to work and I really think this will improve my workflow and security at the same time. Looking forward to moving forward.
  • Good, but not great Jun 5, 2019

    By anon0913
    Blur affords access to a service that is, unfortunately, essential with the email masking and does it for free. The interface, though, is, to me, super clunky. Partly because of its clunkiness and partly because I have other apps and solutions that I’ve been using comfortably and reliably for years, I haven’t explored much beyond the email masking. If that’s all the app did, I’d be fine with it. And, to be honest, I’d prefer it. It feels cluttered and awkward to have all the features in the single app instead of how some other developers have more of a suite of apps that can work together. I won’t use the browser because it’s not a standalone browser. Same for the password manager. It doesn’t seem like all that much, but it’s extra layers of stuff to get to what is already a couple of extra layers. I would consider upgrading to the paid tier if I could generate fresh phone numbers at will, the same as the email masking, but it looks like it’s limited to just a single number. But, I also don’t know how much of a logistical, legal, or financial complication that would be. Ultimately, I highly recommend this app. It’s not the prettiest or easiest to use, but it gets a job done and seems to do it solidly when it comes to the email masking.
  • Apr 30, 2021

    By Tim Bentley
    I've used blur since it was mask me, over the years I've been very happy with it. As with anything where personal information is stored on someone else's server I don't use the autofill for credit cards. There are some glitches with Android, not recognizing a website to offer the autofill feature for password and username. Desktop seems to work flawlessly. With Android it helps to make sure that you're not using a browser-based autofill for emails or usernames.
  • Great app, poor design Apr 24, 2018

    By ShopLick
    If you’re someone who constantly forgets their password and values their security, then Blur is for you. This app can be used by practically everyone and anyone. You don’t need to be tech-savvy to know how to use this application. It’s very simple to use and has supreme features that you can use in your everyday life. For example the masked cards, you can use it if you do not want your personal information - such as a credit card - out there. For the master password you can use your fingerprint so no worrying about anyone looking over your shoulder and memorizing your password. Instead you can just tap your home button and you are in. This app could improve on the basic design but its still simple. They should keep the app easy to use but the design should look a little more professional. Despite the poor design, it is still a good app.
  • Convenient Apr 11, 2018

    By APaddock294
    With the risk of identity theft and credit card scams on the rise, Blur steps in to set those worries at ease. With a user friendly interface, it allows you to set up a string of e-mails and passwords to your frequented sites with private information that would make it impossible for anyone to hack into. Not only that, but it also provides you with the ability to mask your credit cards all under a single number. Just simply set a spending amount and Blur sets it up like a pre-paid card! That’s a feature that definitely makes me as a user feel a lot more comfortable providing sensitive information. With the surplus of features in the free subscription, the premium comes with even more. The ability to mask your phone number was one that stuck out the most. If you’re not comfortable giving out your real phone number, Blur will generate one for you to assist you in avoiding pesky telemarketers and also allow you to make private phone calls. All in all, Blur is an app that was designed for convenience and made to put the daily consumer’s mind at ease when it comes to the online marketplace and I would highly recommended it for everyone.
  • May 1, 2021

    By K E Boyd
    I have been a Premium subscriber for about 4+ years. The masked phone and saving accts are what i primarily use. Masked phone calls are frequently dropped. I am very annoyed that one can NOT reply to any short codes! Now i've has to give out my REAL cell number to respond to short code fraud alerts. Time to look for a full featured alias phone number.
  • Fantastic Multi-function App Sep 1, 2019

    By gretchannah
    I use both the Blur App and Browser Extension every day. Blur offers terrific functions to secure your privacy such as: logins and passwords, masked e-mails, masked credit cards, and masked phone numbers. For example if I’m mildly interested in a website that asks for an email address in order to proceed, I use Blur to create a masked email — which will forward to my actual email address — so I truly appreciate that Blur gives me the control and choice as to with whom my information is shared. Another feature where Blur secures your privacy is on e-commerce sites. For example: online shopping through a popular, nationwide retailer that suffered a data breach where thousands of user credit cards were exposed — No worries for me because I masked my credit card with Blur. Highly recommend Blur (and its Premium Service) for everyday use. Keep up the great work, thanks.
  • May 19, 2021

    By Christopher Lee
    Excellent app, I use it regularly, especially if youre signing up for a competition and don't want to get all the spam mail.
  • Good could be great! Apr 13, 2020

    By Sad4evernote
    I’ve been using the app and also desktop version for almost ten years I think. It’s had its growing pains along the way. While I believe there are some great apps that are probably just as good for passwords, I think Blur has a one stop shop for a few things. * you can use it for passwords * you can use it for making private secure notes * you have ONE alternate/burner phone number assigned to you ( they should think about maybe making more available per person. VERY USEFUL ! * you can buy a money card so you don’t have to use your own credit card for purchases * you can easily change passwords * they have layers of security throughout. * you have endless amounts of burner EMAILS which are great because it helps keep my other true email from being swamped with bs emails!! I use this a lot. I’m sure I’m missing other things too. It’s better to be paranoid in today’s world when it comes to your security! They have other useful products too. If you’d rather have an all-in-one app Blur is for you. Note: I’m not being paid for this review 🤩👍
  • Dec 19, 2020

    By a1_ geb
    Useful app and it has a free version! Easy to use. The UI is quite simple. Unfortunately, the full features and premium subscription available in the USA only. Anyway for the rest of the planet may still use the free version. Just install the app and you are good to go! 🙃👍 If the user have any problem or questions just send a bug report or email (thanks Lisnel) and they will help you out. 5⭐ for them. Believe me!
  • Still trying to get the hang of this Dec 17, 2019

    By AnalystJoe
    First, this app is a great idea which came highly recommended and I am still trying to get my head around it all. It seemed to work fine when I first started out but now I am foundering. The iOS app does not seem to have the clean integration as the web version on the PC. Neither does it have much in the way of iPad-specific help. The web version has extensive FAQs (the support team doesn't want you to call unless it's really important, I guess) but (nearly) nothing for Andriod or iOS apps. Unfortunately, my iPad does not have a right click (the long press doesn't seem to cooperate as a right click either) so much of the website interaction and instruction is lost. Right now, my iPad Safari no longer "sees" my Blur account, so I cannot record a new account nor change passwords on existing accounts through that browser. Same with the internal Blur Private Browser. Without the help documentation, I don't know if this is pilot error or a design malfunction. Regardless, I'm crashing into the river now and am preparing for impact. I can't see another way to contact support, so this review is a combination review and support ticket. When I first downloaded Blur, everything seemed to work and I really think this will improve my workflow and security at the same time. Looking forward to moving forward.
  • May 14, 2021

    By Jeffrey Mankey
    Overlay functionality is very poor. Auto fill menus never persist for more than a couple seconds, making it difficult to auto fill passwords.
  • May 10, 2021

    By James Caldwell
    Blur has been a piece of S... since this company took it over! In the beginning this was a great app. But not anymore. It is pure Trash. It was quite some years ago that they acquired it. They did not have the courtesy to allow you to integarate the old app to their garbage. Caused quite a bit of confusion.
  • Jan 6, 2021

    By Patrice Bilenski
    I have an Android phone (pixel) and this doesn't work for me. I have to look up each saved account every single time and copy and paste the password . It won't auto fill. Not even if you generate a new account and password from the phone. Cumbersome and annoying. At least Google would do it for you. White can't Blur? Works fine on the desktops.
  • Dec 19, 2020

    By Bob Blithe
    I don't want to trash the place but I have no idea why it's being rude. It's spinning me in circles. They may want to re- think there will get back to you in 3 days policy. If the only way you get good service is pay for things that don't work or you can't understand then who waits the 3 days? It's a help me now or I go to the next one world. Strike while the irons hot so to speak. If not your clients are going out the door. To bad really they work the first time. Like a dummy I'll try to wait.
  • May 18, 2021

    By Robert Orton
    it never fills in the login and always is more trouble than worth the wasted time.
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By Steven
    It's features do not work and then right after installation you get hard pressed to buy it for $20. I mistaking purchased it thinking that I could get it to work but it's just a promised letdown. Good luck on getting a refund.
  • Don’t know where all the five star reviews come from Jan 16, 2018

    By Timmyh13
    I’ve used Blur since it was DNT. It worked great on my PC up until recently when it wasn’t in step with the Firefox new versions, but even that eventually was sorted out with sparse to no help from Cust Serv. Then the IOS app!! It worked well up until this latest update and now I don’t even recognize the app, or the alien language the logins and passwords are in which renders it absolutely useless. If you do get a response from Cust Serv they just push you too upgrade to premium for better Cust Serv.... Why would I upgrade to the paid version when the “simple” free version isn’t functioning as it should??

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  • Apr 30, 2021

    By Tim Bentley
    I've used blur since it was mask me, over the years I've been very happy with it. As with anything where personal information is stored on someone else's server I don't use the autofill for credit cards. There are some glitches with Android, not recognizing a website to offer the autofill feature for password and username. Desktop seems to work flawlessly. With Android it helps to make sure that you're not using a browser-based autofill for emails or usernames.
  • Convenient Apr 11, 2018

    By APaddock294
    With the risk of identity theft and credit card scams on the rise, Blur steps in to set those worries at ease. With a user friendly interface, it allows you to set up a string of e-mails and passwords to your frequented sites with private information that would make it impossible for anyone to hack into. Not only that, but it also provides you with the ability to mask your credit cards all under a single number. Just simply set a spending amount and Blur sets it up like a pre-paid card! That’s a feature that definitely makes me as a user feel a lot more comfortable providing sensitive information. With the surplus of features in the free subscription, the premium comes with even more. The ability to mask your phone number was one that stuck out the most. If you’re not comfortable giving out your real phone number, Blur will generate one for you to assist you in avoiding pesky telemarketers and also allow you to make private phone calls. All in all, Blur is an app that was designed for convenience and made to put the daily consumer’s mind at ease when it comes to the online marketplace and I would highly recommended it for everyone.
  • Fantastic Multi-function App Sep 1, 2019

    By gretchannah
    I use both the Blur App and Browser Extension every day. Blur offers terrific functions to secure your privacy such as: logins and passwords, masked e-mails, masked credit cards, and masked phone numbers. For example if I’m mildly interested in a website that asks for an email address in order to proceed, I use Blur to create a masked email — which will forward to my actual email address — so I truly appreciate that Blur gives me the control and choice as to with whom my information is shared. Another feature where Blur secures your privacy is on e-commerce sites. For example: online shopping through a popular, nationwide retailer that suffered a data breach where thousands of user credit cards were exposed — No worries for me because I masked my credit card with Blur. Highly recommend Blur (and its Premium Service) for everyday use. Keep up the great work, thanks.
  • May 19, 2021

    By Christopher Lee
    Excellent app, I use it regularly, especially if youre signing up for a competition and don't want to get all the spam mail.
  • Dec 19, 2020

    By a1_ geb
    Useful app and it has a free version! Easy to use. The UI is quite simple. Unfortunately, the full features and premium subscription available in the USA only. Anyway for the rest of the planet may still use the free version. Just install the app and you are good to go! 🙃👍 If the user have any problem or questions just send a bug report or email (thanks Lisnel) and they will help you out. 5⭐ for them. Believe me!
  • Much Needed Apr 6, 2018

    By watimabout11
    I have been searching for an app where I can store all my passwords, because I've grown to have millions of different passwords for many different things related to my work and personal life and they always change. Coming across Blur, I noticed that the layout is very smooth and easy to navigate unlike other password storing apps that I've seen. Also, the app gives me a great sense of security as well that I can store my passwords and even my credit card info knowing that it will be protected. Even the masking feature is something that is nice, although I don't know too much about masking yet, I now want to learn more about it to use this feature of the app. Great app development. Definitely plan on purchasing the full membership once I get used to the app a little more
  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Ryan StOnge
    Downloaded for the masked cards functionality and I love it! Comes in handy when you want to sign up for another company's "trial period" but don't want to give out your actual card info. In the end, even at the cost of a premium Blur subscription, I wil end up saving a lot of money over the next year with all the trials I don't get charged for simply because I failed to go back in and cancel on time.
  • Really useful app! Jun 17, 2018

    By thelilbooty
    At first I was a little skeptical about the app, but after using it for a while I now have an app to store all my emails and passwords for my games. I’ve been saving my password on my laptop, but I can’t exactly remember all of them. I’ll definitely be using this app for a long time. What’s also great about the app is that it can generate random emails and passwords for you if you want with options of passwords without numbers or special characters. This way you can have emails and passwords without too much personal information. Lastly, the tab marked iPhone Privacy really taught me how to change settings for certain apps. Almost forgot, I left the app for a sec and went back in and it asked for my Touch ID, putting in another layer of security!
  • Great App for Freelancers! May 18, 2018

    By Bdrp0504
    As a freelancer, I have to navigate some really sketchy websites and clients. This app was like a god send for me. I can mask my phone number for a potential interview, that way I don’t get spammed with phone calls for months afterwards (trust me, I learned that lesson the hard way). I can send a masked email to Craigslist job ads. This app has really helped me to far. I didn’t use the credit card masker yet, but I hope to dive into that area soon. I just don’t buy stuff online as much anymore :P I recently told my mom to download the app to help her remember her passwords and it works great! Thank god. No more early morning phone calls that my mom can’t remember her passwords. All she needs is ONE password for the app and she is good to go. Thank you Blur!!!!!
  • May 20, 2021

    By Mr Spark
    I've used this on my PC for years and recently began using it on my Samsung phone as well. I have the paid version, and it's very impressive.
  • Good, but not great Jun 5, 2019

    By anon0913
    Blur affords access to a service that is, unfortunately, essential with the email masking and does it for free. The interface, though, is, to me, super clunky. Partly because of its clunkiness and partly because I have other apps and solutions that I’ve been using comfortably and reliably for years, I haven’t explored much beyond the email masking. If that’s all the app did, I’d be fine with it. And, to be honest, I’d prefer it. It feels cluttered and awkward to have all the features in the single app instead of how some other developers have more of a suite of apps that can work together. I won’t use the browser because it’s not a standalone browser. Same for the password manager. It doesn’t seem like all that much, but it’s extra layers of stuff to get to what is already a couple of extra layers. I would consider upgrading to the paid tier if I could generate fresh phone numbers at will, the same as the email masking, but it looks like it’s limited to just a single number. But, I also don’t know how much of a logistical, legal, or financial complication that would be. Ultimately, I highly recommend this app. It’s not the prettiest or easiest to use, but it gets a job done and seems to do it solidly when it comes to the email masking.
  • Great app, poor design Apr 24, 2018

    By ShopLick
    If you’re someone who constantly forgets their password and values their security, then Blur is for you. This app can be used by practically everyone and anyone. You don’t need to be tech-savvy to know how to use this application. It’s very simple to use and has supreme features that you can use in your everyday life. For example the masked cards, you can use it if you do not want your personal information - such as a credit card - out there. For the master password you can use your fingerprint so no worrying about anyone looking over your shoulder and memorizing your password. Instead you can just tap your home button and you are in. This app could improve on the basic design but its still simple. They should keep the app easy to use but the design should look a little more professional. Despite the poor design, it is still a good app.
  • Good could be great! Apr 13, 2020

    By Sad4evernote
    I’ve been using the app and also desktop version for almost ten years I think. It’s had its growing pains along the way. While I believe there are some great apps that are probably just as good for passwords, I think Blur has a one stop shop for a few things. * you can use it for passwords * you can use it for making private secure notes * you have ONE alternate/burner phone number assigned to you ( they should think about maybe making more available per person. VERY USEFUL ! * you can buy a money card so you don’t have to use your own credit card for purchases * you can easily change passwords * they have layers of security throughout. * you have endless amounts of burner EMAILS which are great because it helps keep my other true email from being swamped with bs emails!! I use this a lot. I’m sure I’m missing other things too. It’s better to be paranoid in today’s world when it comes to your security! They have other useful products too. If you’d rather have an all-in-one app Blur is for you. Note: I’m not being paid for this review 🤩👍
  • Great App!! Jun 17, 2018

    By indig00
    I recently downloaded Blur, and I love the concept of an app that can store and generate passwords or emails as necessary! As a college student, I’ve always had to deal with the burden of constantly changing my password for my email accounts every month. This app will definitely be helpful in creating unique passwords that I can use for these accounts. The fact that it also saves passwords is great because I’m super forgetful and I always mix up my passwords for different sites. I definitely recommend this app for anyone who is forgetful, or who appreciates having an extra layer of security.
  • Mar 1, 2021

    By Eric Claunch
    Worked great with credit card data populating on cellphone until Google updated Android software. Now doesn't work with fingerprint anymore. Accessing passwords to sites on cellphone far slower than on PC in my experience. LOVE the masking capabilities!
  • May 31, 2021

    By JaJe
    The UI needs a serious improvement. Overall the app is pretty good. Edit: a better looking UI for this app would make me give you a 5*
  • Mar 18, 2021

    By N M
    Good, fast to set up, but use desktop instead, the app looks like it was made in the early 2000s
  • Great service, nice app, some accessibility problems Sep 18, 2017

    By DarkSquared42
    I really love the service, especially the masked emails. There are some voiceover accessibility problems on the iPhone however, such as the masked browser, and masked credit cards, which currently cannot be used if you are blind. When I have had occasion to talk to their support staff, they are competent and quite excellent, which is so rare that I would recommend this company's services for that aspect alone, even if the rest was questionable. However, the rest is pretty good, and I have some hope that it will get even better.
  • Cool App Apr 19, 2018

    By Nelle 873
    At first, I was skeptical about Blur, but I had to give it a try. I already have 2 personal emails and a work email to keep track of. So the fact that this app creates multiple alternative email and password combinations makes me a lot less hesitant to sign up online, especially while shopping. This has really cleaned up my inboxes and keeps “junk email” in one place filtered by the sites. I am curious to see how the credit card masking works
  • May 1, 2021

    By K E Boyd
    I have been a Premium subscriber for about 4+ years. The masked phone and saving accts are what i primarily use. Masked phone calls are frequently dropped. I am very annoyed that one can NOT reply to any short codes! Now i've has to give out my REAL cell number to respond to short code fraud alerts. Time to look for a full featured alias phone number.
  • Still trying to get the hang of this Dec 17, 2019

    By AnalystJoe
    First, this app is a great idea which came highly recommended and I am still trying to get my head around it all. It seemed to work fine when I first started out but now I am foundering. The iOS app does not seem to have the clean integration as the web version on the PC. Neither does it have much in the way of iPad-specific help. The web version has extensive FAQs (the support team doesn't want you to call unless it's really important, I guess) but (nearly) nothing for Andriod or iOS apps. Unfortunately, my iPad does not have a right click (the long press doesn't seem to cooperate as a right click either) so much of the website interaction and instruction is lost. Right now, my iPad Safari no longer "sees" my Blur account, so I cannot record a new account nor change passwords on existing accounts through that browser. Same with the internal Blur Private Browser. Without the help documentation, I don't know if this is pilot error or a design malfunction. Regardless, I'm crashing into the river now and am preparing for impact. I can't see another way to contact support, so this review is a combination review and support ticket. When I first downloaded Blur, everything seemed to work and I really think this will improve my workflow and security at the same time. Looking forward to moving forward.
  • App Needs more work Nov 16, 2020

    By Hoochalaffa The Great
    The service is great I am on year 5 of being a subscriber, the app needs to catch up to the browser plugins. Users can’t select other domain names for masked emails, autocorrect always messes up manual entry of website domains, and can’t make outgoing text messages without first receiving a text. Previous 5 star review: I bought in to Blur as a service when looking to replace my then password manager. With the added service of masked emails, which blur seems to be the only one I can find, with password management, I can’t imagine using another service unless this one ends support and development. The iPhone app has become better over time despite the limitations inherent with iOS’s security practices.
  • Feb 1, 2021

    By Ryan Robles
    Does what it's supposed to do as a password manager with extra features. Only reason I'm giving it 3/5 is because they pay walled syncing accounts and passwords behind their Premium Subscriptions, and account/password syncing is something every good password manager should do regardless of subscription status.
  • May 14, 2021

    By Jeffrey Mankey
    Overlay functionality is very poor. Auto fill menus never persist for more than a couple seconds, making it difficult to auto fill passwords.
  • Jan 6, 2021

    By Patrice Bilenski
    I have an Android phone (pixel) and this doesn't work for me. I have to look up each saved account every single time and copy and paste the password . It won't auto fill. Not even if you generate a new account and password from the phone. Cumbersome and annoying. At least Google would do it for you. White can't Blur? Works fine on the desktops.
  • Don’t know where all the five star reviews come from Jan 16, 2018

    By Timmyh13
    I’ve used Blur since it was DNT. It worked great on my PC up until recently when it wasn’t in step with the Firefox new versions, but even that eventually was sorted out with sparse to no help from Cust Serv. Then the IOS app!! It worked well up until this latest update and now I don’t even recognize the app, or the alien language the logins and passwords are in which renders it absolutely useless. If you do get a response from Cust Serv they just push you too upgrade to premium for better Cust Serv.... Why would I upgrade to the paid version when the “simple” free version isn’t functioning as it should??
  • May 10, 2021

    By James Caldwell
    Blur has been a piece of S... since this company took it over! In the beginning this was a great app. But not anymore. It is pure Trash. It was quite some years ago that they acquired it. They did not have the courtesy to allow you to integarate the old app to their garbage. Caused quite a bit of confusion.
  • Dec 19, 2020

    By Bob Blithe
    I don't want to trash the place but I have no idea why it's being rude. It's spinning me in circles. They may want to re- think there will get back to you in 3 days policy. If the only way you get good service is pay for things that don't work or you can't understand then who waits the 3 days? It's a help me now or I go to the next one world. Strike while the irons hot so to speak. If not your clients are going out the door. To bad really they work the first time. Like a dummy I'll try to wait.
  • May 18, 2021

    By Robert Orton
    it never fills in the login and always is more trouble than worth the wasted time.
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By Steven
    It's features do not work and then right after installation you get hard pressed to buy it for $20. I mistaking purchased it thinking that I could get it to work but it's just a promised letdown. Good luck on getting a refund.

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