Hi, Thanks for the reply. I'm just a very 'inquisitive' person when it comes down to stuff that tracks what I'm doing. That's one of the reasons why I left 1password: the fact that I have no clue what happens in the background (along with the horribe syncing). So anyways, It's not that I don't trust you guys, but using Google analytics means another Google service tracking my behaviour. This is wrong in my opninion - although I understand your need to do some inquiries about behaviour. I turned it off nevertheless :-) About the other network connection: I assumed it was for update purpouses but wanted to be sure.
Hello, I just switched over from 1password for a couple of reasons but after installing Enpass I noticed it makes network connections to Google analytics and sinew.in. Big turn off immediately I must say. in my opinion a password app (of all apps) must be super confidential and very privacy minded. I'm really not interested in an app that has Google spying on my habits and certainly not some some other (shady) network domain that I've never heard of. I hope you guys can clarify things. Cheers! Edit: I just noticed that in the preferences the Google analytics can be turned off. Maybe this should be an opt in instead of an opt out by default. I've also noticed that sinew.in is a domain that apparently belongs to Enpass. However the reason it needs to contact internet is still unclear to me. Is it for update reasons? I'd assume updates go through the app store?