Where are my passwords stored?
Your passwords are encrypted and stored on your phone and never, absolutely never go to any servers unless you choose to backup your passwords. If you do enable automatic backups, your encrypted passwords will be backed up to your personal iCloud or Google Drive account (which only you have access to), depending on the mobile operating system you're using.
How are my passwords sent to my computer?
FingerKey allows you to choose between Bluetooth and Wi-fi connection modes. Either way, your phone and your computer talk to one another directly, which means there are no servers in between them. All messages exchanged between your devices are encrypted using AES 256-bit, so your're always safe, even in public networks.
Are my phone and my computer compatible?
FingerKey is currently compatible with iOS devices running iOS 9 or later and Mac computers running OSX 10.10 or later. In order to use Bluetooth mode, both your phone and your computer have to be Bluetooth 4.0 (BLE) enabled, . Wifi mode is compatible with all models.
Why is it slower on Wi-fi mode sometimes?
Unfortunately, iOS puts apps to sleep after they have been backgrounded for 3 minutes, unless the app is currently using certain features, such as Bluetooth. When that happens, you will notice that FingerKey will display a disconnection notification on your computer. In order to make FingerKey continue working even after it goes to sleep and disconnects, it starts using Push technology, which may be slight slower, but just as effective.