OTP Auth is described as 'The app for calculating one-time-passwords on iPhone and iPad. OTP Auth can be used with any service that uses one time passwords. This includes services like Dropbox and GMail with two-step-verfification enabled. OTP Auth is QR code enabled' and is a Authenticator App in the Backup & Sync category. There are more than 25 alternatives to OTP Auth for a variety of platforms, including iPhone, Android, iPad, Android Tablet and Mac. The best alternative is Authy, which is free. Other great apps like OTP Auth are Aegis Authenticator (Free, Open Source), FreeOTP (Free, Open Source), Google Authenticator (Free) and Microsoft Authenticator (Free).
FreeOTP is a two-factor authentication application for systems utilizing one-time password protocols with support for Android (3.0 or later) and iOS (7 or later). Tokens can be added easily by scanning a QR-code or by manually entering in the token configuration.
Sign in is easy, convenient, and secure when you use Microsoft Authenticator. Use your phone, not your password, to log into your Microsoft account. You simply have to enter your username, then approve the notification sent to your phone.
Open the app in one tap, sign in with FaceID and copy your one-time password to your Mac in one tap with handoff. Using a one-time password manager has never been easier! Features: • Backup/sync one-time passwords to iCloud.
Myki is an offline password manager that securely stores your sensitive data on your smartphone. The Myki app connects with your computer in a P2P encrypted manner to auto-fill your passwords and create secure backups of your data.
LastPass Authenticator is a two-factor authentication app for your LastPass account and other supported apps. LastPass Authenticator offers simple, secure authentication to your accounts by generating passcodes for login or receiving push notifications for one-tap approval.
Tofu generates one-time passwords to help you protect your online accounts. These passwords are used together with your normal password when you sign into services like Google, Facebook, Dropbox, Amazon, and GitHub.