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Google Authenticator

Google Authenticator

Google LLC

Enable 2-step verification to protect your account from hijacking.

3.8 Ratings 377K+ Reviews 100M+ Downloads

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  • Jan 23, 2022

    By SummerBRZ
    Never lose your (original) phone or you are screwed. Also, app data doesn't automatically transfer when getting a new phone. You must go into the app and export your/the data after the fact. Ask me how I know. Very frustrating first time I had to use it after getting a new phone.
  • Essential App, But No Cloud Backup Dec 3, 2020

    By Proteus846
    This is one of the most essential apps on my phone. I don’t know why I trust Google with my 2FA codes (I don’t really) but this is a very useful and important app. It is pretty basic as far as apps go, but it works for the intended purpose. They just added the ability to transfer 2FA codes when upgrading to a new phone. They released this feature less than a month after the second wave of new iPhones came out… so less than a month ago I did the transfer manually, turning 2FA off and back on for my new phone across a dozen services. Some were easy to transfer, others were the opposite. It took over an hour. Their timing with this feature is awful, but at least it’s here now I suppose.
  • No Cloud Backup Sep 26, 2021

    By jaumb830
    There are many reviews complaining that deleting the app, migrating to a new device, etc… lost access to their 2-factor auth codes. This is exactly what you want from a security perspective! That is precisely why I rated this app with 5 stars. Very few 2-factor apps do not backup to the cloud and this is one of them. No question that cloud backup is extremely convenient but there is often a trade-off between convenience and security and this is a great example of that. This app is for those who choose a bit of extra security (codes only stored on the device) over the convenience of having their codes stored both on the device and in the cloud.
  • Jan 6, 2022

    By Randy Alvarez
    What a joke. This two step authentication is a joke. Don't use. Whenever you start using this it will eventually be lost due to a stolen phone, a broken or hard reset phone then you will be summarily locked out of your accounts with no recovery at all. When you redownload app it will want your codes which are stored in your phone. It is a endless circle with your account hijacked or lost at the conclusion. Stay Away!
  • OCTOBER 20, 2020 NOW IPHONE 11Pro Max 10:47am ho Dec 28, 2021

    By Saidefith
    Auths are in processing instead providing solutions to keep them selves Paid..see how many times my phones have worked and not been paid IROBOT needs better pictures from their alliances we hear you mom key missing from no down low...🎧🎶💔💃💯😇👩‍💻👰🤶🤦🤷💇‍♂️👯‍♀️ ns to keep them selves Paid..see how many times my ph..see this typed row that's getting busted for not allowing me the select all button to c if I made add A not f not that vicious Santa Clara phone see my towers roll my song your a palm reader who can't get paid...check please..Denise is Toni and thus is give me a C A R R CRASVREPIRTS NEED AN SLIEN MÄDCHEN
  • Finally!!!!! Dec 12, 2020

    By Review guy 467
    I just wanted to say Thank you for finally putting a export accounts option to move from device to device cause this was always my more preferred app but due to lack of exporting accounts couldn’t take the risk so I’ve been using the Microsoft version. I did like how there was a Apple Watch version although It was never really that useful anyway. But I hope maybe there might be a Apple Watch version of this someday if not that’s fine then. Please always keep improving this app.
  • Is this the update we’ve been waiting for? Dec 3, 2020

    By 2trot
    I saw with the most recent update Google added the feature to move accounts to a new device. Previously the Authenticator app only moved Google accounts so if it now moves all accounts that are stored in the Authenticator app that would make this app 100% more useful. I only change devices every few years so I’ll need to wait to confirm but this appears to be a major update with a feature that people have wanted for a very long time
  • Won’t start after iOS 14.2 update, v3.1.0 of the app Dec 3, 2020

    By philiaagape
    (UPDATE: it’s working again after app update! The App Store told me there was no update available when I first checked, but now 10 min later there is an update. Problem was Apple, not Google.) I have loved google Authenticator for my 2fa needs: SSH verification and websites. But now the app will not start. I’ve rebooted my phone and checked the App Store for updates but I’m running version 3.1.0 of the app already.
  • Dec 30, 2021

    By SmileyBro 19
    To think that I used to like this app but now I can't log back in I use my 2 step verification code from Google authenticator and it doesn't work, and I'm pretty sure I can't use a backup code either. Why can't I login if it has my email why not send me my backup codes there? Many people have the same problem so why not fix it
  • It’s alright... but they listened to my feedback and improved! Dec 8, 2020

    By iLangston
    The app doesn’t explain many of its features well and has noticeably less features than the versions on other phones. I sent a detailed feedback message about important features that were missing, and a few weeks later all the features I mentioned were either improved upon or added! It makes me happy that my input was listened to!
  • Jan 23, 2022

    By SummerBRZ
    Never lose your (original) phone or you are screwed. Also, app data doesn't automatically transfer when getting a new phone. You must go into the app and export your/the data after the fact. Ask me how I know. Very frustrating first time I had to use it after getting a new phone.
  • Essential App, But No Cloud Backup Dec 3, 2020

    By Proteus846
    This is one of the most essential apps on my phone. I don’t know why I trust Google with my 2FA codes (I don’t really) but this is a very useful and important app. It is pretty basic as far as apps go, but it works for the intended purpose. They just added the ability to transfer 2FA codes when upgrading to a new phone. They released this feature less than a month after the second wave of new iPhones came out… so less than a month ago I did the transfer manually, turning 2FA off and back on for my new phone across a dozen services. Some were easy to transfer, others were the opposite. It took over an hour. Their timing with this feature is awful, but at least it’s here now I suppose.
  • No Cloud Backup Sep 26, 2021

    By jaumb830
    There are many reviews complaining that deleting the app, migrating to a new device, etc… lost access to their 2-factor auth codes. This is exactly what you want from a security perspective! That is precisely why I rated this app with 5 stars. Very few 2-factor apps do not backup to the cloud and this is one of them. No question that cloud backup is extremely convenient but there is often a trade-off between convenience and security and this is a great example of that. This app is for those who choose a bit of extra security (codes only stored on the device) over the convenience of having their codes stored both on the device and in the cloud.
  • Jan 6, 2022

    By Randy Alvarez
    What a joke. This two step authentication is a joke. Don't use. Whenever you start using this it will eventually be lost due to a stolen phone, a broken or hard reset phone then you will be summarily locked out of your accounts with no recovery at all. When you redownload app it will want your codes which are stored in your phone. It is a endless circle with your account hijacked or lost at the conclusion. Stay Away!
  • OCTOBER 20, 2020 NOW IPHONE 11Pro Max 10:47am ho Dec 28, 2021

    By Saidefith
    Auths are in processing instead providing solutions to keep them selves Paid..see how many times my phones have worked and not been paid IROBOT needs better pictures from their alliances we hear you mom key missing from no down low...🎧🎶💔💃💯😇👩‍💻👰🤶🤦🤷💇‍♂️👯‍♀️ ns to keep them selves Paid..see how many times my ph..see this typed row that's getting busted for not allowing me the select all button to c if I made add A not f not that vicious Santa Clara phone see my towers roll my song your a palm reader who can't get paid...check please..Denise is Toni and thus is give me a C A R R CRASVREPIRTS NEED AN SLIEN MÄDCHEN
  • Finally!!!!! Dec 12, 2020

    By Review guy 467
    I just wanted to say Thank you for finally putting a export accounts option to move from device to device cause this was always my more preferred app but due to lack of exporting accounts couldn’t take the risk so I’ve been using the Microsoft version. I did like how there was a Apple Watch version although It was never really that useful anyway. But I hope maybe there might be a Apple Watch version of this someday if not that’s fine then. Please always keep improving this app.
  • Is this the update we’ve been waiting for? Dec 3, 2020

    By 2trot
    I saw with the most recent update Google added the feature to move accounts to a new device. Previously the Authenticator app only moved Google accounts so if it now moves all accounts that are stored in the Authenticator app that would make this app 100% more useful. I only change devices every few years so I’ll need to wait to confirm but this appears to be a major update with a feature that people have wanted for a very long time
  • Won’t start after iOS 14.2 update, v3.1.0 of the app Dec 3, 2020

    By philiaagape
    (UPDATE: it’s working again after app update! The App Store told me there was no update available when I first checked, but now 10 min later there is an update. Problem was Apple, not Google.) I have loved google Authenticator for my 2fa needs: SSH verification and websites. But now the app will not start. I’ve rebooted my phone and checked the App Store for updates but I’m running version 3.1.0 of the app already.
  • Dec 30, 2021

    By SmileyBro 19
    To think that I used to like this app but now I can't log back in I use my 2 step verification code from Google authenticator and it doesn't work, and I'm pretty sure I can't use a backup code either. Why can't I login if it has my email why not send me my backup codes there? Many people have the same problem so why not fix it
  • It’s alright... but they listened to my feedback and improved! Dec 8, 2020

    By iLangston
    The app doesn’t explain many of its features well and has noticeably less features than the versions on other phones. I sent a detailed feedback message about important features that were missing, and a few weeks later all the features I mentioned were either improved upon or added! It makes me happy that my input was listened to!
  • Risky Choice for 2FA Dec 9, 2020

    By chopinrlz
    Using an authenticator app for 2FA is seen as a top choice for securing access to sensitive accounts over other methods. However, when the app stops loading, and instead crashes on open, you can easily lose access to these accounts if you’re relying on the app for 2FA and you don’t have backup methods configured (or physically accessible to you in the moment). This app is quite terrible in terms of its support and user experience. It did work, at one point, and now it doesn’t which means that I can never rely on it again. I’ve been slowing shifting to the Microsoft Authenticator app which has a superior user experience and feature set, is substantially more reliable, and works. I would not use this app if I were you.
  • Terrible mfa application. The absolute worst. Sep 4, 2021

    By monster trucks and dogs
    Use any other MFA app, but this one. It does not save your information. If you change phones or migrate phone platforms, you are completely screwed unless you remove mfa from all your apps before you uninstall the Google Authenticator app. And if you lose your phone, you are just screwed with no recourse. If you use the Microsoft Authenticator, at least it will remember your information while you are on the same phone platform. But Google? Nope. Don’t even bother to ask for help because all you will receive is arrogant script kiddies belittling you for something you didn’t even know you were supposed to do. I’ll be uninstalling many Google apps in the coming month. I can definitely do without you at least Microsoft has support for the products they make. Imagine if GM made you ask other car owners how to use the windshield wipers, or how to change a tire. Google’s arrogance is amazing. I’ll make use of capitalism and find a better mouse trap.
  • Jan 22, 2022

    By Dimitrios P
    My phone broke so I cant scan a QR code from it, or export my old accounts. So now I'm locked out of everything that had 2-step verification. It's ridiculous. How can it be that the only way to export old accounts is by physically scanning another phone screen??? My phone wont turn on at all. What if your phone is lost or stolen? Sooo frustrating. Zero stars!
  • Jan 7, 2022

    By Garrett Plante
    Ok so the app itself does what it's supposed to do. I love the idea and added protection but as others have stated, if your old phone dies, gets lost, is destroyed, even if you factory reset your phone, you can't transfer the account to another device because you need a QR code from the old device. I would have thought that because both my OLD and NEW PHONES are from GOOGLE and that they both used the SAME Google account I'd be able to get my stuff transfered. Now I'm locked out of Activision.
  • Do not use this app! Feb 3, 2021

    By Doggettall
    If you are in a situation where you are forced to use this app, be sure to keep backup codes so that you can access whatever applications you need to access in the event you lose your connection with Google authenticator. Because of a recent Facebook debacle and not knowing that it was necessary to save recovery codes with Google authenticator, I am now unable to access a 10+ year old Facebook account that includes some business connections. Facebook‘s issues are on them however, since I have a long-standing Google account, I don’t understand how I am unable to recover the connection with my Facebook account to allow me to get back in again. Is google authenticator completely unaffiliated with Google? Very disappointing and in 2021, I can’t believe things are this difficult for the average every day user.
  • Jan 23, 2022

    By Doph Dopherson
    Aggravating on a next level. My phone broke unexpectedly, and I had to buy a new one. I am unable to access Google authenticator, as I can't open my old phone, and thus cannot get to my main email address. It's as though Google never thought that phones can become unaccessible.
  • App Deleted ALL My Accounts - STAY AWAY Sep 29, 2021

    By MisterBigJake
    This app displayed duplicates for all my accounts. Naturally, I deleted all the duplicates. A few days later I was prompted with the “get started” screen, and to my horror ALL of my accounts were deleted(including crypto wallets and other extremely important things). As it turns out, I am not the only one affected. Simply search “Google Authenticator Duplicates iOS 15” online. I am currently locked out of ALOT of money and several productivity accounts at work and might be completely out of luck. I expected much better from Google and this has only hastened my separation from their products and services. This is inexcusable. Typically I am lenient, but when a product exists to secure your online accounts, it shouldn’t effectively lock you out of them. This is outrageous and it blows my mind that QA did not catch this.
  • Jan 2, 2022

    By Salvatore Mangiafico
    It appears that if your old phone stops working, there is no way to transfer accounts to your new phone. And you lose access to any account for any company foolish enough to rely on this app for 2FA. There is no point for this app. Two-factor authentication is great, but SMS works fine, and competing apps can actually be transferred easily between devices.
  • DESERVES 0 STARS Sep 16, 2021

    By J0CCC
    Do not get this app!! I’m sure there are other apps that can safely store your information. I got my phone smashed and haven’t been able to retrieve anything, I thought everything saved to my iCloud but nothing was backed up. I had the screenshots from this app but due to have my phone smashed, I obviously can’t see them. I was never sent an email (as they should confirming this service) and have 0 trace of what I used to create this account. You’d think it’d work with a google account but no, it’s like I never had it. I’ve been unable to reach my passwords to accounts I’ve had for years and I have read every site possible with no solution. Google has no contact number to reach when you need help and if they do they just send you to the most unhelpful links. It’s a really unpleasant experience I urge you to not get this app.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Alyssa Monroe
    Horrible, didn't work once not a single time. I didn't matter how I went about it it never once matched the code they gave me woth the page I was trying to set it up on. Kept saying wrong code even if I copy it directly from the app and don't have a time limit on it.

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  • No Cloud Backup Sep 26, 2021

    By jaumb830
    There are many reviews complaining that deleting the app, migrating to a new device, etc… lost access to their 2-factor auth codes. This is exactly what you want from a security perspective! That is precisely why I rated this app with 5 stars. Very few 2-factor apps do not backup to the cloud and this is one of them. No question that cloud backup is extremely convenient but there is often a trade-off between convenience and security and this is a great example of that. This app is for those who choose a bit of extra security (codes only stored on the device) over the convenience of having their codes stored both on the device and in the cloud.
  • OCTOBER 20, 2020 NOW IPHONE 11Pro Max 10:47am ho Dec 28, 2021

    By Saidefith
    Auths are in processing instead providing solutions to keep them selves Paid..see how many times my phones have worked and not been paid IROBOT needs better pictures from their alliances we hear you mom key missing from no down low...🎧🎶💔💃💯😇👩‍💻👰🤶🤦🤷💇‍♂️👯‍♀️ ns to keep them selves Paid..see how many times my ph..see this typed row that's getting busted for not allowing me the select all button to c if I made add A not f not that vicious Santa Clara phone see my towers roll my song your a palm reader who can't get paid...check please..Denise is Toni and thus is give me a C A R R CRASVREPIRTS NEED AN SLIEN MÄDCHEN
  • Finally!!!!! Dec 12, 2020

    By Review guy 467
    I just wanted to say Thank you for finally putting a export accounts option to move from device to device cause this was always my more preferred app but due to lack of exporting accounts couldn’t take the risk so I’ve been using the Microsoft version. I did like how there was a Apple Watch version although It was never really that useful anyway. But I hope maybe there might be a Apple Watch version of this someday if not that’s fine then. Please always keep improving this app.
  • Won’t start after iOS 14.2 update, v3.1.0 of the app Dec 3, 2020

    By philiaagape
    (UPDATE: it’s working again after app update! The App Store told me there was no update available when I first checked, but now 10 min later there is an update. Problem was Apple, not Google.) I have loved google Authenticator for my 2fa needs: SSH verification and websites. But now the app will not start. I’ve rebooted my phone and checked the App Store for updates but I’m running version 3.1.0 of the app already.
  • I can’t get back on my old google Authenticator Oct 5, 2021

    By JayBliz01
    There are many reviews complaining that deleting the app, migrating to a new device, etc... lost access to their 2-factor auth codes. This is exactly what you want from a security perspective! That is precisely why I rated this app with 5 stars. Very few 2-factor apps do not backup to the cloud and this is one of them. No question that cloud backup is extremely convenient but there is often a trade- off between convenience and security and this is a great example of that. This app is for those who choose a bit of extra security (codes only stored on the device) over the convenience of having their codes stored both on the device and in the
  • Essential App, But No Cloud Backup Dec 3, 2020

    By Proteus846
    This is one of the most essential apps on my phone. I don’t know why I trust Google with my 2FA codes (I don’t really) but this is a very useful and important app. It is pretty basic as far as apps go, but it works for the intended purpose. They just added the ability to transfer 2FA codes when upgrading to a new phone. They released this feature less than a month after the second wave of new iPhones came out… so less than a month ago I did the transfer manually, turning 2FA off and back on for my new phone across a dozen services. Some were easy to transfer, others were the opposite. It took over an hour. Their timing with this feature is awful, but at least it’s here now I suppose.
  • Is this the update we’ve been waiting for? Dec 3, 2020

    By 2trot
    I saw with the most recent update Google added the feature to move accounts to a new device. Previously the Authenticator app only moved Google accounts so if it now moves all accounts that are stored in the Authenticator app that would make this app 100% more useful. I only change devices every few years so I’ll need to wait to confirm but this appears to be a major update with a feature that people have wanted for a very long time
  • Dec 30, 2021

    By SmileyBro 19
    To think that I used to like this app but now I can't log back in I use my 2 step verification code from Google authenticator and it doesn't work, and I'm pretty sure I can't use a backup code either. Why can't I login if it has my email why not send me my backup codes there? Many people have the same problem so why not fix it
  • It’s alright... but they listened to my feedback and improved! Dec 8, 2020

    By iLangston
    The app doesn’t explain many of its features well and has noticeably less features than the versions on other phones. I sent a detailed feedback message about important features that were missing, and a few weeks later all the features I mentioned were either improved upon or added! It makes me happy that my input was listened to!
  • Jan 23, 2022

    By SummerBRZ
    Never lose your (original) phone or you are screwed. Also, app data doesn't automatically transfer when getting a new phone. You must go into the app and export your/the data after the fact. Ask me how I know. Very frustrating first time I had to use it after getting a new phone.
  • Jan 6, 2022

    By Randy Alvarez
    What a joke. This two step authentication is a joke. Don't use. Whenever you start using this it will eventually be lost due to a stolen phone, a broken or hard reset phone then you will be summarily locked out of your accounts with no recovery at all. When you redownload app it will want your codes which are stored in your phone. It is a endless circle with your account hijacked or lost at the conclusion. Stay Away!
  • Risky Choice for 2FA Dec 9, 2020

    By chopinrlz
    Using an authenticator app for 2FA is seen as a top choice for securing access to sensitive accounts over other methods. However, when the app stops loading, and instead crashes on open, you can easily lose access to these accounts if you’re relying on the app for 2FA and you don’t have backup methods configured (or physically accessible to you in the moment). This app is quite terrible in terms of its support and user experience. It did work, at one point, and now it doesn’t which means that I can never rely on it again. I’ve been slowing shifting to the Microsoft Authenticator app which has a superior user experience and feature set, is substantially more reliable, and works. I would not use this app if I were you.
  • changes May 18, 2021

    By -Araf-
    The appearance of the app should be improved. A recovery option should also be added when one changes devices due to force majeure. enable the option to be able to synchronize with the PC or with an extension in google chrome applying the aforementioned changes. If. Better access to the app with extra protection integrated into the types of security offered by the mobile.
  • Jan 7, 2022

    By c
    I'm having the same problem as many others. My phone died, and there seems to be no way to get it onto a new phone without the old phone. It did work great until I ran into this issue, but it's a biggie. To be fair, you can plan ahead for this if you know to. I don't remember any warning to plan for such an event, and would suggest something be put in during installation.
  • Jan 1, 2022

    By Patrick Lam
    Can't find my recovery code anywhere. I'm fine now, I still have my phone, but I'm organizing my papers and it's just nowhere. Looked for hours for help, community forum, the authenticator app help itself, etc. Response I found not helpful (guide provided doesn't work). Don't know what to do know. I might have to uninstal app. Very frustrating that you cannot have access to your personal information.
  • Terrible mfa application. The absolute worst. Sep 4, 2021

    By monster trucks and dogs
    Use any other MFA app, but this one. It does not save your information. If you change phones or migrate phone platforms, you are completely screwed unless you remove mfa from all your apps before you uninstall the Google Authenticator app. And if you lose your phone, you are just screwed with no recourse. If you use the Microsoft Authenticator, at least it will remember your information while you are on the same phone platform. But Google? Nope. Don’t even bother to ask for help because all you will receive is arrogant script kiddies belittling you for something you didn’t even know you were supposed to do. I’ll be uninstalling many Google apps in the coming month. I can definitely do without you at least Microsoft has support for the products they make. Imagine if GM made you ask other car owners how to use the windshield wipers, or how to change a tire. Google’s arrogance is amazing. I’ll make use of capitalism and find a better mouse trap.
  • Jan 22, 2022

    By Dimitrios P
    My phone broke so I cant scan a QR code from it, or export my old accounts. So now I'm locked out of everything that had 2-step verification. It's ridiculous. How can it be that the only way to export old accounts is by physically scanning another phone screen??? My phone wont turn on at all. What if your phone is lost or stolen? Sooo frustrating. Zero stars!
  • Jan 7, 2022

    By Garrett Plante
    Ok so the app itself does what it's supposed to do. I love the idea and added protection but as others have stated, if your old phone dies, gets lost, is destroyed, even if you factory reset your phone, you can't transfer the account to another device because you need a QR code from the old device. I would have thought that because both my OLD and NEW PHONES are from GOOGLE and that they both used the SAME Google account I'd be able to get my stuff transfered. Now I'm locked out of Activision.
  • Do not use this app! Feb 3, 2021

    By Doggettall
    If you are in a situation where you are forced to use this app, be sure to keep backup codes so that you can access whatever applications you need to access in the event you lose your connection with Google authenticator. Because of a recent Facebook debacle and not knowing that it was necessary to save recovery codes with Google authenticator, I am now unable to access a 10+ year old Facebook account that includes some business connections. Facebook‘s issues are on them however, since I have a long-standing Google account, I don’t understand how I am unable to recover the connection with my Facebook account to allow me to get back in again. Is google authenticator completely unaffiliated with Google? Very disappointing and in 2021, I can’t believe things are this difficult for the average every day user.
  • Jan 23, 2022

    By Doph Dopherson
    Aggravating on a next level. My phone broke unexpectedly, and I had to buy a new one. I am unable to access Google authenticator, as I can't open my old phone, and thus cannot get to my main email address. It's as though Google never thought that phones can become unaccessible.
  • App Deleted ALL My Accounts - STAY AWAY Sep 29, 2021

    By MisterBigJake
    This app displayed duplicates for all my accounts. Naturally, I deleted all the duplicates. A few days later I was prompted with the “get started” screen, and to my horror ALL of my accounts were deleted(including crypto wallets and other extremely important things). As it turns out, I am not the only one affected. Simply search “Google Authenticator Duplicates iOS 15” online. I am currently locked out of ALOT of money and several productivity accounts at work and might be completely out of luck. I expected much better from Google and this has only hastened my separation from their products and services. This is inexcusable. Typically I am lenient, but when a product exists to secure your online accounts, it shouldn’t effectively lock you out of them. This is outrageous and it blows my mind that QA did not catch this.
  • Jan 2, 2022

    By Salvatore Mangiafico
    It appears that if your old phone stops working, there is no way to transfer accounts to your new phone. And you lose access to any account for any company foolish enough to rely on this app for 2FA. There is no point for this app. Two-factor authentication is great, but SMS works fine, and competing apps can actually be transferred easily between devices.
  • DESERVES 0 STARS Sep 16, 2021

    By J0CCC
    Do not get this app!! I’m sure there are other apps that can safely store your information. I got my phone smashed and haven’t been able to retrieve anything, I thought everything saved to my iCloud but nothing was backed up. I had the screenshots from this app but due to have my phone smashed, I obviously can’t see them. I was never sent an email (as they should confirming this service) and have 0 trace of what I used to create this account. You’d think it’d work with a google account but no, it’s like I never had it. I’ve been unable to reach my passwords to accounts I’ve had for years and I have read every site possible with no solution. Google has no contact number to reach when you need help and if they do they just send you to the most unhelpful links. It’s a really unpleasant experience I urge you to not get this app.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Alyssa Monroe
    Horrible, didn't work once not a single time. I didn't matter how I went about it it never once matched the code they gave me woth the page I was trying to set it up on. Kept saying wrong code even if I copy it directly from the app and don't have a time limit on it.
  • After 2 years… Nov 22, 2021

    By Codgod1335
    After two years using Authenticator I am very disappointed in the lack of communication in the lack of support and basic usage steps. I have lost over 8 accounts, imagine being hassled to set up two factor authentication every time you log in only to lose your accounts if you ever upgrade phones. Not once or anywhere on the app does it say that you will need both phones present to transfer the codes. I run a business through Facebook which generates over 500k in revenue a year. Imagine losing an account with that much value. Luckily I have things in place to keep up advertising. That being said I will be contacting my lawyer and looking into what options are available to me maybe even look into class actions as I see many others are having the same issue

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