I rarely ever comment on these kinds of forums re update problems, but the experience with this update was so piss-poor (and still is) that I decided to do so anyways.
I'm not even going to get into the details, but updating to v.6 required me to
reset my Windows 10 setup (rollback)
ignore frequent "error 400" messages
figure out why Enpass didn't connect to my OneDrive account (my backups aren't in any default location)
search endlessly for answers in fragmented help/support files/forums (it was pure chance that I found the answers)
check if this update was actually legit !!! (I seriously doubted that at some point and thought Enpass must have gotten hacked)
Several hours later I've got the new version running and - (place drum roll here) - I find out I've got to pay for features I once had. I have yet to (re-)configure/(re-)install the Opera browser extension (what a pain in the neck) and I haven't even looked at the Android version yet.
My take? Many, many people who are not somewhat computer-savvy are going to pull their hair out over this one and I suspect that many people will consult outside help to get the update to work.
Now, if this were some random app, I wouldn't care, but for hours today, I thought I had - permanently - lost access to the most important information in my possession, bank account , credit card, payment services etc., PASSWORDS!
I'm sorry, but what Enpass forced on its customers here (unsuspecting customers at that) is and was an absolute catastrophe!
I'm out ... even if the functionality costs more elsewhere.
I've lost all trust (in a few hours)