Why bother? 1/5
Firefox has gone to rubbish since 2020. Lockwise is apparently following in it's footsteps.
iPhone doesn't properly display pincode. Rendering it useless.
iPad freezes every time it looks for a pass. Again, useless.
Why did you bother with iOS?
Needs more development but it is promising. And free 5/5
Mozilla is a treasure. Every single password management service became money grabbing scheme. All became subscription based.
Having said that, this needs development. For starters I cant find a way to handle multi log in situations for the same website. It needs attention.
Still i give it a five star, not because it is perfect, but it is a good first step.
Works perfectly 5/5
This app syncs passwords between your mobile and desktop devices. Scans face/thumb ID to enter them for you so you can create safer passwords that you don't have to remember off the top of your head. Can't recommend it enough
Frustrating to use on iPad 2/5
I use Firefox and Lockwise. It consistently locks up the page and never loads my credentials. I love and support Mozilla, but this is unacceptable.
Mozilla = trust 5/5
Love that Mozilla is branching out into more apps!!!!
Does not ask to save new passwords... 1/5
When i enter a new password it does not ask me to save it which is the main purpose of the app
I tried doing the same thing with iCloud Keychain and it did ask me. Now I’m considering moving to a new app
Mozilla to the Rescue! (Again) 5/5
Since I have a Windows PC I usually have troubles syncing everything with my iPhone. Firefox took a lot of weight from my shoulders by securely and reliably syncing my browser data and now we have this. After ‘Firefox Send’ and ‘Firefox Monitor’, this one completes the set and finally I have everything I need.
Never populates fields 1/5
This app never works. Period.
Love it! 5/5
I only recently discovered Lockwise was available on my mobile devices as well. This is fantastic! I can now carry all of my saved passwords from my computer and they are always synced on all of my devices. Mozilla, you gotta market this a little more! I truly love Firefox and Lockwise and this will be a total game changer from all of those other services. Keep it up guys!
Not bad, but needs a lot more features 3/5
By gdsouza Gustavo
The app is pretty nice, especially on the desktop, but the mobile app, is very very simple and lacks a lot of things, especially the ability to add new entries, and to set a "name" or "tag" to each entry, this would make it easier to find things, and make everything more organized. On the same organization subject, there could be a folder system, to group related passwords and logins, another one is, a custom/more complex entry, e.g with notes.
From mozilla I really expected a bit more, every other service from mozilla is amazingly well done, aesthetically pleasing and very complete, this one was really a disappointment though, but it has a lot of room and a great platform already built for lots of improvement.
Even if it had a subscription/paid service, it would be great to have all those features.
Great concept .. but ... 2/5
The concept is great especially with it being multi platform. However there’s a major deficiency with the mobile app .. you can’t manually add sites & their passwords as on a full Mac or PC. Considering I use my iPad & iPhone much more, this is a major negative for using this app over Apple Keychain.
Fix this & I’ll add stars!
Great potential 5/5
It does a great jon integrating thanks to apple, on android its bit more of a hassle but still good to go.
Two things im missing are:
1. Checking if i used the same password twice
2. See if any of my accounts have been compromised in online breaches.
Otherwise ive switched to this since it syncs between my pc, mac, ios and android.
Thank you 5/5
Very similar to LastPass with encryption. Has the ability to automatically fill username/passwords on phone. Syncs with password manager on Firefox browser.
Questionable security, lacks features. 1/5
Now I do understand that this service is free, and I appreciate that. However, it does not excuse the weak security/privacy/safety. Also, it lacks some essential features on IOS in comparison to Android. We cannot add any new passwords for websites on the IOS App. In Android, this is possible; you can add website/user/password details into the account. This features should be added on IOS as well, why does it not exist? I'm baffled about that.
Questionable security! 1/5
I downloaded the app. When i went to register, a surprising thing happened!!
The app already had my name registered with a GERMAN email address!! Needless to say, I do not recommend this app!!
Duplicate functionality + sync account required 2/5
It’s worth noting that you can view your passwords and logins from within the Firefox browser app itself (optionally secured with Touch ID — I have an older iPhone so I presume Face ID is available on newer ones), and you can log into websites that way.
So Lockwise’s biggest advantage today is that it allows you to log into apps, for any service that has both a website and an app. (Twitter and Facebook, for example; you can use the browser and log in via their respective websites, even on smartphones, or log in through their apps.)
You canNOT generate passwords with this password manager! In fact, as far as I know, the only way to generate passwords is on desktop Firefox, and I’m not satisfied with the passwords it generates. Fortunately, free password generator apps exist in the App Store, so I use one. (Other password managers like Bitwarden also have better generators.)
Lockwise’s usefulness would multiply if I were able to generate passwords right when I’m signing up for a new account on an app right on my smartphone, or really any Sign-Up or Reset-Password process. You also cannot edit passwords on this app — but you can on the browser app (Firefox for iOS). Strange.
I’d like to keep using Lockwise because it comes with Firefox’s syncing service that syncs my tabs, bookmarks, and more across all my devices, and Firefox itself is my browser of choice because of its balance of features which includes tracking protection. Otherwise I’d recommend another password manager.
You may also be okay with skipping this app altogether if you don’t sign into apps often. (For example, I log into the Twitter app once and I’m set for months; in that case it won’t hurt copying my password from the Firefox browser.)
And you really do need a “Firefox account” for this, so if you don’t use Firefox at all or don’t want to create an account to sync your stuff, look for another password manager. This one works best if you use Firefox and want to sync your stuff across devices.
A few positives: the app is a little slow to boot up but it does generally work reliably for me personally; it doesn’t freeze on me or crash or anything. And it hides the screen when you’re multitasking and changing apps, so there’s an extra layer of social privacy for you. I like that.
Nice app 5/5
Like it due to the cross-platform trait
Makes it easy to sync between my phone and computer. This has been super helpful
Purple Screen of Death 3/5
Overall works great when it works, otherwise:
- Purple screen of death when opening the actual app, closing the app and restarting it doesn’t always solve this issue. Resolves on its own mysteriously.
- Purple screen of death in pop up modular form when trying to fill passwords from browser.
- Sometimes upon successfully opening the app it will say that nothing is stored, confirmed I am still logged in. Restarting usually addresses this issue if you don’t run into PSOD Purple Screen of Death.
Not working in iOS 2/5
I’ve enjoyed using Lockwise and I haven’t had any problems with it during the past 5 or 6 months I’ve used it. BUT beginning last week (maybe it’s related to an iOS update) Lockwise is basically useless on my iPhone. When I try to auto fill a password, it freezes and won’t load the password in Safari or any other app. Even when I try open the Lockwise app on its own, it freezes before I can use any features.
CURRENTLY LOCKWISE IS WORTHLESS ON MY PHONE-I’m praying for an update to correct these issues. I’ll give it a few more days before we go our separate ways. Come Mozilla—please.
It ain’t workin’ TODAY, the day after April Fool’s Day, 2020! 3/5
This has been a very useful tool for several months, it had cleverly derived a huge history of historic and for the most part discarded passwords and stuff good for many a trip down memory lane and well as sedulously recording newly coined aned uttered passwords, and I had a mind to write an adulatory review an award it many shiny stars. But like a fool, yesterday I went online—and encountered the soon-to-be-dreaded FIREFOX LOCKWISE PURPLE SCREEN OF DEATH. Thinks I, “Ah well, the preteens who must after all have been the onlie begetters of this software are at their boyish pranks, and I will have to wait until to-morn to access all my bank accounts, etc., etc.” But alas. It seems that at best one gets what one pays for . . . .
Not working since the latest update 1/5
From what I’ve seen, I’m not the only one that is having problems with this app. Only get a purple screen and that’s it. When will this get fixed?
Don’t bother 1/5
It simply does not work anymore on my iPhone running iOS 13.3.1. The app just opens to a blank purple page, tried uninstall reinstalling that didn’t help... Hopefully an update will fix it.
Great when it works... 2/5
I’ve been using this app for a few months & it worked great. I upgraded my phone, and installed this app hoping everything would continue working as intended.
However, things couldn’t be further from the truth. The app constantly crashes when I open it. When it does remain loaded, I have no way to login to me account. As soon as I click on “get started” the app decides to freeze over and remain frozen, not allowing me to get setup the way I would like too.
As of right now, I remain in limbo. I cant use this for my logins, so I’m forced to go back to my keychain... hope this gets resolved soon..
Specs; iPhone 11 Pro Max iOS 13.3.1
Great Concept, features; bad application 2/5
I love that they've added Lockwise as a mobile password manager because it completed the password management I have sought from Firefox for a long time. However, it's application is not very good. It's integration is seemless enough, but the app itself seems very unstable. Currently, when I try to open it up, the app stays on a purple screen. That's it, I can't view my passwords or ensure that they've updated from changes on my desktop.
If you already have your passwords somewhere else, I'd recommend you stay there. I'm only sticking around because there aren't any really good cheap solutions compatible with Firefox and mobile that I have found to switch to.
Best for people who use Firefox on desktop 5/5
By Down With Google!
I never remember my passwords, so I save them in Firefox. I got a Firefox account and... It is so helpful!
Untill Mozilla Changes their policies DO NOT USE 1/5
Firefox has always offered to store passwords , however since version 70, your passwords are stored in Firefox Lockwise. However you can never export your saved passwords if you want to move to another password manager. Also the Remove All option has been deleted! Mozilla wants your passwords and does not want you to leave!
Note you can delete your passwords one at a time, but if you want to be faster you can install an old version of Firefox and an exporter to get your passwords and while you still have the old Firefox installed delete All your Passwords.
Love the app 3/5
Love the app just really buggy
Login Fail 1/5
By Swimming around in a fish bowl
Yes I can login to Firefox Sync on MacOS, yes via the browser on iOS, but does that same login and password work in the Firefox Lockwise app on iOS? Nooooooo. “Incorrect password.” Wha??! Double and triple check the working password, all good, but nooooo not in the Lockwise app.
Latest version won't load 1/5
About a week ago it won't load at all. Just a blue screen.
Doesn’t do what you want it to do. 2/5
Can’t add, delete or edit logins from the app, only desktop. Ridiculous. I really wanted to use this as a replacement for another password manager. I trust Mozilla but I can’t say I trust who thought this wouldn’t frustrate users. I’m on my phone more than my desktop or laptop. Not being able to manage anything from the app is a step backward, not forward.
Buggy experience so far 1/5
I’d been wanting to use this app but every time I attempt to log in through the iOS app I’m immediately kicked out back to the initial splash screen. A very frustrating bug so far
Lasted update completely broke the app 1/5
If you try logging into your account on the app it will immediately log you back off and you can’t access your passwords. It is now a completely worthless app.
totp needed 4/5
good integration with safari 5/5
The reason that I use this app is because I want to use safari in iOS but synced with the password on my windows Firefox. Firefox on iOS doesn’t have same integration level as safari. And safari supports adblock while Firefox on iOS doesn’t. Now i can enjoy the safari while don’t worry about password sync on firefox in my windows laptop.
No way to input passwords manually 3/5
Works pretty well, but not as well as iCloud Keychain. The biggest problem is the inability to manually input passwords or import them.
Not there yet 2/5
I really wanted this tp be a good app, first off the logo design is incredible I don’t know who designs the icons and logos for all the Mozilla Firefox related products but they’re excellent.
Second I trust Mozilla as a company and usually love Mozilla software. The problem with this password manager is it feels vastly incomplete. The app first time setup feels oddly vastly more polished then the actual functionality. The UX of the app leaves a lot to be desired, including but not limited to the ugly placement of the search bar icon, the absence of a Dark mode, and no way whatsoever to add additional non-Firefox passwords.
Together these problems mean it isn’t worth using this app for the time being. If and when this app gets some kind of overhaul, I can’t wait to use it because I’d love to be able to use one unified Mozilla software suite.
Room for improvement but good 3/5
I really like Lockwise a lot. It’s basic and straight forward. No random features to have to stumble through. The main negative I have for it is that a lot of times I’ll want to save a new user name and password however there is no way to save a new one in app. You have to do it in Firefox desktop which is highly inconvenient given the basic nature of this app.
Painfully slow and requires internet (?) 1/5
Takes forever to open and load credentials when using auto-fill.
Lockwise works. But I’m giving it one star because Lockwise provides a worse UX than any other password management app I’ve used. If the auto fill was faster and locally cached it would be 4 stars.
Utterly useless WASTE OF TIME 1/5
Did everything exactly correct to enable it. When you click a password field and go to choose a password from the lockwise saved passwords it has a long list of usernames to choose the password for. NO INDICATOR WHAT SITE THE USERNAME IS FOR. So you use your email address for username on a lot of sites. LOCKWISE GIVES NO WAY OF KNOWING WHAT ONE TO CHOOSE FOR THE SITE YOU ARE ON TO FILL THE PASSWORD.
ABSOLUTE COMPLETE WASTE OF TIME TO SCREW WITH THIS DON’ T BOTHER!!
Holy moly it’s bad 1/5
There’s no features! I can’t create new passwords from the app, I can’t change passwords in the app, it doesn’t have any 2FA options... the list goes on. So half-baked it’s not even funny, and that’s very out of character for Mozilla. Come on, live up to your name!
Can’t even login to begin. Says password incorrect. Bad start-delete.
Not to be mistaken for a password manager 2/5
Don’t mistake this application for a password manager. All you seem to be able to do is reference passwords that have been previously saved. You cannot create, edit or delete them, just use them. If that’s all you need then give it a try.
Need more updates 2/5
By عمكم وتاج راسكم ياكلاب
Needs more updates, is slow and some times hanging and do not work unless if i close the app and restart it
No way to add passwords
Lockwise locked up 1/5
Downloaded the app, went through the steps in Settings to enable it to Autofill Passwords, clicked on that button in the app, and it went into an endless loop — i.e. showing it just loading for the 45mins I had it open. I closed the app and disabled Autofill — I’m not trusting my pw management to an app that goes off the rails when I’m setting it up.
It’s great, BUT READ this FIRST 5/5
I can see why folks complain about this app, but it needn’t be so hard. Hopefully this will de-stress the situation:
1.) You need a Firefox browser on your device
1a.) Firefox Lockwise is NOT a Browser
2.) You need a Firefox ACCOUNT
3.) The instructions say to delete iCloud Keychain from your password managers after choosing Lockwise but you do not need to do this
App... rehensive 1/5
By Swiss Machinist
I’m not sure why just about all password saving apps, would basically upload your password info to their website (or cloud). I have received enough letters to “inform you of a data breach” already. Call me stupid, but why in the world would I want to park my entire password list that far out of my control? How about an option to back up to a network drive?
This doesn’t work 100% 3/5
By Andrew "j"
I followed the directions to set this up and when I go to websites I want to log into all I ever see is password not any auto suggestions. When I go to my list of passwords all Insee is usernames but no websites so I have to guess which log in is correct if I use the same username in multiple websites.