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What a bust
Read a great review about this on cult of Mac, but apparently the desktop version isn't supported on OSX Lion, which I am dumbfounded by. Clearly everyone else is having the same issue. What a terrible way to roll out an iOS app. Had really looked forward to using this app too. Oh well looks like another one for the recycle bin.
Cgumprecht on Apr 30, 2012 for Norton Identity Safe
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Oops. Looks like we don't yet support your Operating System.
Seriously? You release an app that required the free desktop version, and you don't support the platform's current operating system? Unbelievable!
buchem on Apr 30, 2012 for Norton Identity Safe
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No Mac app as advertised
Norton advertises on their website that they support the Mac. When you try to download the app on the Mac, a message is displayed stating the operating system is not supported. Stick with LastPass, 1Password, or Dashlane for password management.
David Levine on Apr 30, 2012 for Norton Identity Safe
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Shame
This app forced me to download mac app to start and when i tried to download this app on my mac it says "we dont support your operating system", shame on you the pic shows MBP, waste of time.
Jkureshi on Apr 29, 2012 for Norton Identity Safe
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Needs work
I agree with review about it being better with pc. This app takes forever to get where ur going and is not user friendly
JohnnyC05 on Apr 27, 2012 for Norton Identity Safe
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Extremely disapointed
They need to put this guy back in the oven and let it finish. With a company a large as Symantec, with as much resources as they have, you'd think they could easily get something like this to work properly. A password manager should melt into the background. Plain and simple. Actually, if I didn't realize it was there, it'd be doing it's job. The web client is very clunky in comparison to it's competition like LastPass and 1Password. And this iOS is all but unusable. I spent an hour on it the other night and am still confused on exactly what it does. Thank goodness it's free, they'd be in a world of hurt if someone actually paid money for this.
Brandon May on Apr 26, 2012 for Norton Identity Safe
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