Developer Submission: OneLocker updated with Windows Hello, Google Drive and camera images import

OneLocker, a UWP password manager available on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, has recently picked up a few major updates that added many user requested features to the app.

The latest version, v1.8.0.0, added Windows Hello support for logging in into the app, so it is now possible to access the app data both by using the master password or a PIN/iris recognition depending on the device in use.

It is now also possible to use the camera to take a picture and directly import it into the app. On Windows 10, it is also possible to resize the image from the camera app before loading the new picture into the app (it’s not possible yet on Windows 10 Mobile due to APIs limitations).

The previous update, v1.7.0.0, also added Google Drive integration, so that it is now possible to use it along with OneDrive and Dropbox to sync the database and store/load data backups.

There is also a new update coming in the next few days that will add another few user requested options, like the ability to set a timer for the option to automatically clean the system clipboard after copying a password from the app.

The app is available for $3.99 with a trial version that has some limitations, all the details are at the bottom of the Store description.

OneLocker Password Manager
OneLocker Password Manager
Developer: Sergio Pedri
Price: 4,99 €

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