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How is Enpass suppose to work on Android?

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I use a Google Pixel 1 (Android 8). I have enabled Autofill Service and also "Fill logins in apps and websites".

What works:

  1. Filling apps: in some apps, I see a little message "Password will be provided to this app" with the app name and my account name (as it is saved in Enpass).
  2. Adding from new apps: Also, in some apps, if the app is not known by Enpass yet, after I unlock Enpass and login to the app manually, Enpass asks me to save it to Enpass.
  3. In Chrome, I only get the notification message "touch to autofill" and only if the site/account is already in Enpass, it will autofill.

What does definitely not work:

  • In Chrome, I never get a similar option like metioned in (1) , but I do get the notification message "Touch to autofill".
  • In Chrome, I have never been able to actually save new accounts/passwords to Enpass, after using "Touch to autofill".

What is the expected behavior of Enpass in Chrome on Android 8?
If I cannot add anything to Enpass via Chrome, how will it ever be able to autofill? Adding manually is cumbersome and actually prone to errors, since I don't know the exact URL identifier.
Also I do not have a personal desktop or laptop (only one for business which I hardly use for personal stuff, also does not allow me to install Enpass).

The keyboard is not really an option. If I have to choose between a good black keyboard and no autofill (current situation) or a white one with less good typing experience, it is an easy choice, since I use the keyboard much more than autofill.

 

EDIT: I purchased Enpass during the holiday sale in December.

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