Looking for a password keeper/manager
I recently switched from a BB to an iP4 and am looking for an app that is similar to the password keeper in BB.
I don't need lots, but mainly just to be able to enter my info and ideally something that I can restore and backup in case I need it. I have PWs that contain letters and numbers, so I need an app that is not restricted to just one.
While looking around online, I saw the following:
What do you guys recommend?
Thanks a lot!
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DataVault. You can sync automagically via iCloud between all you iOS devices, and sync via WiFi to your PC, Mac, and also sync Blackberry and Android.
And I guarantee the service is better with DataVault than any of the competing products. As a matter of fact, if you have any problems, you can just pm me right here in the forums!
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I use passdrop on iOS which has built in Dropbox sync that syncs to keypassX on my Mac. Best combo I have found for the money. Used to use minikeepass until Dropbox changed the way syncing and overwriting worked in the app and refuse to change it back. My 2˘ ymmv of course.
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i have always liked msecure. used it on android when i had it and now on the iphone 4s. its 11$ but well worth it. it backs up and stores in drop box also. its worth the $$. the support and devs are good people. i have talked to them personally when had an issues that i couldnt figure out. by personally i mean they called me.
- 08-11-2012, 02:30 AM #16iPhone Nanite
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I user 1Password on all devices. iPhone, iPad, iMac, MBP and on my WindowsPc (I know, I have to )
But there is a service called "LastPass****" - its 1 Dollar per Month and everyone says its good and safe and secure. Works on all devices and all operating systems. A lot more than 1Password supports.
And if you just want to test it out, a LastPass 12 Month is still a third of the 1Password price.
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