Google Authenticator

Google Authenticator is a token generation app that generates tokens for Two-Factor Authentication enabled accounts. It uses Google's open source token generation algorithm and works with GMail, Dropbox, Amazon AWS and all other services that use Google Authenticator. Note: This is a third party app and is no way affiliated to Google or its subsidiaries.


  • Multiple account support
  • Google Authentication token generation
  • Cloud based sync across multiple devices

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8 September 2015

Just like my headline does not work. It comes up with codes but they do not work with Google.


21 August 2015

It gets stuck some times, but nothing you can't solve by closing and restarting the app.


20 August 2015

Not going to blame the author Google Authenticator is probably the worse thing they have every made. Never works correctly using a Microsoft account works perfectly.


11 August 2015

Guys, this app is not published by google


10 August 2015

Should test the UI properly. Click plus then cancel then try to click anything again. Tried restarting then adding a valid 2FA key but just came up with zero then hung again.


28 July 2015

All I get is a blank screen. I have 2 step authentication with Google. I sync'd the app. Screen is blank. I don't know what to expect but nothing happens


20 July 2015

Never got the app to work. Screw this Microsoft ecosystem! I'll be much happier with an Linux distro or android. Do better.


19 July 2015

I use the auth app on my phone. Got challenged on my pc for a code but couldnt get to my phone. I dloaded and installed this app. No help, no settings. Whats the point? all I see is the counter going to zero and then resetting to 30. Typical junk that Microsoft puts out. pathetic but not surprising.


8 May 2015

This app is not published by Google. Beware.


19 January 2015

Simple interface, but it works well. I have several accounts and it works correctly on all of them (the codes match my phone). For those users complaining the code doesn't match their phone, check your time synchronization. Even then, I haven't had issues. All my two-factor authenticator services (google, Microsoft, lastpass) have accepted the codes that are a little ahead or a little behind.

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