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    Prophet of Telara Torvaldr's Avatar
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    Default Glyph Authenticator - Version Out of Date

    I just installed the Glyph Authenticator on my iPhone 6S. iOS warned me that the app could slow the phone down and that the developer needs to update the app.

    Do you plan on updating the app? From the app store it looks like the app hasn't been updated in quite a while.

    Is this still the preferred method of additional security or is getting the auth code in email the preferred method now?

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    Telaran Temari's Avatar
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    Angry Out of date app causes issues sometimes

    Yeah I've been wondering the same thing. Sometimes the app has its issues on my phone. I strongly suggest the developers to update the app for compatibility with new iOS (not sure if app has issues with androids). And it seems like tech support doesn't much care for this subject since they haven't replied to your initial thread.

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    Telaran
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    Hopefully the authenticator keeps working after the next major ios update.
    Dear tech support, any updates?

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    Soulwalker
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    The app will no longer work on iOS 11, since it is a 32-bit app. All 32-bit apps will not be able to run on iOS 11. Is a new version in the works? The app was last updated 8/20/2014!! I hope that it will be updated soon, I don't want to stop using it for security.

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    Telaran
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    Glyph authenticator received an update on ios today. I just installed it and it no longer is giving warning messages about being outdated

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