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
Decent Password Manager, Needs Work. 4/5
I’ve been using LockWise for around 3 months by now and while it isn’t bad, it needs work. UI isn’t terrible but I think it can be changed up since it feels a bit clunky. Great syncing with Firefox on my desktop and the app but the auto fill feature on Safari hasn’t worked for me despite enabling it. I’m not sure if I will be switching from LockWise but there are better alternatives out there. I trust Mozilla when it comes to privacy and security and the fact that LockWise is by Mozilla, that is great.
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.
Unreliably works fine 2/5
I'm using lockwise for a couple of months, since I'm a Firefox user. The main issue with lockwise is that it messed up with login and syncing once per week. With each Firefox update you'll be asked to re-login.
Not bad 4/5
Good that Firefox made this app. I hope they will add some extra features, like storing IDs and credit cards...
It’s almost great 2/5
It works pretty seamlessly with any app. The only issue is that there’s no way to add/edit passwords in-app. You basically have to already have it saved from your Firefox browser. It’s kind of annoying.
I use FireFox all day everyday on my Windows laptop and iOS devices. Safari is my back up or how I save new passwords to my iCloud keychain. I was hoping this app could be an extension between my Windows device and my iOS devices but it doesn’t auto lock when I leave the app or close it. It holds the instance of where I was at making my passwords accessible to others. So, I changed the lock out to 1 minute but that doesn’t give me peace of mind. I know their is a LOCK OUT button but I would feel more comfortable if we had an option to automatically lock out when you leave the app. A few seconds to wait on a finger print or FaceID seems like nothing when it comes down to my passwords.
For now, I will just use the FireFox browser to get my passwords. I’ll come back later and see how this app has come along.
Love the unite iOS passwords Safari 4/5
By Teach me Thy Ways
I read an article on exporting my safari bookmarks but haven’t tried it yet: but this addresses the other problem I hadn’t solved , namely moving between smartphone & computers-ahhh, remembering 30 passwords and synching them! Hooray! Now synching Firefox even to iOS & between other devices. Thanks for reducing stress & making things easier
Works as advertised 5/5
Having a dedicated password app is great and no problems so far.
Takes forever to load 3/5
Whenever I decide to use Lockwise over KeyChain, it is hit or miss whether or not it will load. Sometimes it’s snappy, sometimes it seems like it takes forever, so I’ll tap it again and it will “open” more than one instance of the app. Other times it doesn’t open at all.
This is about loading a password into websites and other apps, not about opening the app itself.
It crashes every time 2/5
I don’t know if it’s only me or bit but I have the latest iOS and the app crashes every time I open it. Fix this issue please, thank you.
Won’t even open 1/5
By Nicknames blocked
Doesn’t work at at all with iOS 13
Ridiculous! Simply utterly ridiculous! 1/5
By Mental hernia
Is the rabbit hole I get sent down attempting to login. Why it doesn’t accept my previously saved password from my iPhone I don’t get. But no worries, there’s the reliable forgot password link right? Not so quick..email address, open email inbox, press reset password link, (blink) what? It wants my email again? Ok, but wha? Check my email for a reset link? Ok, back to email, find email, press reset link. Ok, now we’re moving right? Wrong! Bad pathway? But you opened the pathway. I just pressed the link you sent, the second time around. Maybe if I contact someone for help it’ll be better...click link....what? How? I need to login to get help? But I forgot my pas....press forgot password link....enter email address for the @#*! time, email app, inbox, find last on the growing stack of boo things to reset password emails, ...now, slowly this time, it is a reset password link right? Unless I’m having a stroke, it looks like a reset link, it’s from the right people, success seems so close now as I again get this annoying red bad pathway message like I pressed with the wrong finger or some other sinful mistake that I cannot be allowed access to this or to a working reset link. Good thing I’m allowed to delete apps. Bye FoxLockOut app. And I used to get along so well with that orange fox.
Be afraid-be very afraid 1/5
I’m not sure what reality is anymore, thanks to my idiotic installation of Lockwise and Bitwarden at the same time but regardless-snd despite disabling Bitwarden-I can’t get 2-factor authentification to work between my iPhone 6 and MacBook Air anymore. What’s bizarre is that this mainly has me locked out of system preferences. I seem to be able to get to Google on my desktop and phone but... Oy. It does fine until the last step on my Mac, at which point Google says it can’t authenticate. I’ve now spent 9 HOURS changing passwords, reinstalling, synching, etc. & fear I’ve lost my mind. I’ve always trusted Mozilla and Firefox but this is so hellish I’m going over to Chrome. Meanwhile here’s hoping I can ever get into my system preferences again on my partitioned drive. I’d be very very hesitant before installing this.
Crashing on App Launch 3/5
This app is great and syncs well with the desktop FireFox on my Mac. However, the app can not open on iOS for me. It integrates well with iOS and suggested both iCloud Keychain or this app when autofilling passwords. Just please let me use the app again and stop crashing on launch. That would take my rating back to 5 star if you all did this.
Add the following features right now:
1. The ability to add, edit or delete logins from both the browser and the mobile app not just from the browser
2. Each login entity must have the “notes” field plus adding custom field feature
3. The support for the 2FA feature
Decent idea but primitive 3/5
UI looks bad in iOS 13 dark mode. Seems functionally akin to what the “website passwords” section of Settings does for Safari - visual presentation very basic, no categories, heavily search dependent. Why would I want to view my Firefox passwords in this rather than Firefox?
Sometimes helpful, but it costed me a traffic citation 2/5
By This game player not that one
I was pulled over by a police officer and asked for proof of insurance. The officer said that I could use my phone to access my insurance information, so I tried logging into my insurance provider’s website using Firefox. The password is stored in Firefox (and Lockbox), but when I selected the password to use it would not fill the form. The app functioned as usual EXCEPT—most importantly—it wouldn’t actually put the username and password into the form. I tried several times to no avail.
I have a lot of respect for Firefox and Mozilla, but be wary of using this app when you need a reliable retrieval mechanism for passwords and usernames.
I won’t work for me. I’m using Firefox and IOS 13.1.3. I kept saying no login found when I logged into web sites.
It’s okay 3/5
But definitely inferior to other PM’s out there. Also I can’t set my preferred browser to Firefox only Safari? This is a Firefox product so that makes literally no sense lol.
Not a replacement for 1Password or Lastpass 2/5
This app only displays logins you have already saved in Firefox. I guess its only purpose is to let you use logins that you saved in Firefox in other browsers? I don’t understand the logic behind this design. In this app, you can’t add logins and I’m not sure if you can edit them either since I wasn’t able to add any. I was hoping this would be a replacement for 1Password or Lastpass, but it’s not. It seems like this would be useful for a really small percentage of people, who want to use the logins they saved in Firefox in Safari. Why not just use Firefox to begin with?
Mozilla is struggling 2/5
I’m afraid the open-source company is struggling. This app was off to a great start — carrying username and password information across devices. However, with few updates and little support, the app has floundered. Users still cannot create or save new account info from the app, which makes it essentially useless for anyone who uses their mobile device a lot. Would love to see some updates soon.
Stopped working 1/5
After upgrading to iOS 13, discovered that Firefox Lockwise will not open and will not let me sign in. The following message appears “500 Error”.
Error 500 1/5
Can't even use use it
A few additional changes and this app would be flawless. 3/5
I like the app, but in order for me to use this full-time I would like to see the ability to manually add your own accounts and be able to provide a simple title for those accounts to be able to search them if you need to find them for yourself. It’s nice to have the URL, but it would be even better to be able to add a title for the logins and manually add and generate passwords within the app.
Routinely gets stuck on iOS, no alternate domains 2/5
1. No alternative domains : realms for credentials . For example : Chase uses multiple load balanced servers that are visible to browsers . When you hit www, you get redirected to server01,02 etc. for Firefox : different server , different login ...
let me specify a realm , a group or something similar.
2. The app routinely gets stuck on password prompts for known websites . After numerous taps on “use xyz from Lockwise” selections , sometimes it goes through, sometimes it doesn’t. Sometimes switching and refreshing the app helps ..
This is seriously irritating , and makes the app highly unreliable ..
I wanted this to work, really.. but, bitwarden beats this by every metric and function. Hopeful this will get fixed... Or Mozilla can stop reinventing the wheel and use bitwarden’s open source code .
Completely not working. 1/5
I have already logged in with my Firefox account, but it shows 'Sign in required' when I use it everytime.
No way to manually add passwords 1/5
Or at least I couldn’t find it (if there is a way it’s totally obtuse and not user friendly). Apparently the only way to add any passwords is to sync it with a desktop browser. Pretty useless for me. Deleted 2 minutes after download.
Auto fill doesn’t work 1/5
Although set up according description, tapping on a saved password won’t fill username/password into the webpage, making this app useless.
mozilla ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5/5
first of all, you guys are my soulmate(s)!
second, i can’t choose between “focus” or “quantum” 🤷♀️😄 your teams just that good.
really though, besides giving you the credit you deserve; i wanted to ask if “lockwise” and “bitwarrant” work well together?
have a fantabulous day.
Obsolete and unusable 1/5
After just a few weeks it became a joke. I don’t want to constantly signin.
Love this app 4/5
Very easy to use and actually finds passwords from my laptop to my phone . Automatically downloads whenever I have a new password.simple to copy and paste.
Doesn’t work effectively in Safari 2/5
Safari recognizes the logins stored on Lockwise but you can’t auto fill them in
Please fix that
Basic and boring 3/5
Less intuitive and feature lacking.
Please get some ques from "Keeper Password Manager"
Can’t add manual entries 3/5
iOS allow add manual entries in chain, why not Firefox lockwise?
Same bugs 1/5
No different this and previous ver, not autofill in safari even press the Lockwise
It works (sometimes) 3/5
About 50% of the time, it works. It takes a while on iPhone 8 to the point that I’m not sure it’s working most of the time. It opens up the app and then goes back to where you were and fills in the password.
If they can get it working it would be great though.