Twilio Authy

Twilio Authy

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Twilio Authy

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What is Twilio Authy?

Authy is a 2FA application acquired by Twilio in 2015. Authy provides strong authentication for the connected world, protecting people and the enterprise against malicious attacks. Its two-factor authentication (2FA) security solution aims to enable organizations to minimize risk while...
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What is Twilio Authy?

Authy is a 2FA application acquired by Twilio in 2015. Authy provides strong authentication for the connected world, protecting people and the enterprise against malicious attacks. Its two-factor authentication (2FA) security solution aims to enable organizations to minimize risk while enhancing the…

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  • No setup fee

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Product Demos

Convenient 2FA: How Authy's Secure System Stands Out
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Product Details

What is Twilio Authy?

Authy is a 2FA application acquired by Twilio in 2015. Authy provides strong authentication for the connected world, protecting people and the enterprise against malicious attacks. Its two-factor authentication (2FA) security solution aims to enable organizations to minimize risk while enhancing the user experience.

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Authentication systems exist to add a layer of security to your social media, bank, or even gaming accounts. Authy is a 2FA application acquired by Twilio in 2015. Authy provides strong authentication for the connected world, protecting people and the enterprise against malic...
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Twilio Authy Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android

Frequently Asked Questions

Authy is a 2FA application acquired by Twilio in 2015. Authy provides strong authentication for the connected world, protecting people and the enterprise against malicious attacks. Its two-factor authentication (2FA) security solution aims to enable organizations to minimize risk while enhancing the user experience.

Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 9.3.

The most common users of Twilio Authy are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees).
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Ratings

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Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Authy beats Google Authenticator in the user interface hands down. Google Authenticator shows all of your authentication codes in a list, making it hard to choose the right code to enter. Instead, Authy offers iconic representations of all of your apps, and lets you quickly tap on the one you one - confirming you have the right code. Authy also offers cloud backup and easy device migration. Finally, Authy offers multi-device support. Google Authenticator offers none of the above. Authy wins hands down.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I used both Google Authenticator and Duo before switching to Authy. With both of them, I lost access to resources because I forgot to disconnect the device before moving/replacing it. That resulted in absolute hassles with having to reach out to the resource's support and filling out forms to prove my identity. Save yourself the hassle, just use Authy.
Jeff Eaton | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Google Authenticator — There's no contest here, Authy feels like a much better choice. It's much easier to recover from a lost phone, and it's one less Google app on my phone.

1Password — This is actually the next product we plan to evaluate; it's more promising for sharing accounts across multiple users.
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