- 05-20-2010, 11:04 AM #2
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- 05-23-2010, 01:05 AM #7
I've not used it on the Android yet, but Roboform just recently released a free android app for any Roboform Online users. Best of all it integrates with the built in browser I'm told.
I use Roboform on my PC's via a USB drive that auto-syncs to roboform online, so my Evo will always have the most updated passwords even if I only updated on my PC.
Check it out:
RoboForm for Google Android OS
- 05-23-2010, 01:29 PM #8
I asked in another thread about this. I use lastpass on my Pre and paid for the premium service to use it on mobile devices. I highly recommend it.
With that said I am unsure I want to use that for non-web related passwords.
I am talking passwords from the systems I maintain, users passwords etc.. These are work related and stand alone.
Any recommendations for a manager that has a desktop conduit so I can import/export from .cvs files? I bought jVault for my Pre and liked it enough to purchase the desktop application.
Kage mentioned KeyPassDroid and I will check that one out. Any other good ones? ii
- 05-23-2010, 04:08 PM #9
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KeePassDroid + Dropbox. I use the desktop version of keepass on my computer, and keep the database file in my dropbox folder. Then dropbox does an OTA sync to let me open that same file on my phone (as well as share it to all my other computers). Instant wireless sync access to all my passwords.
- 05-26-2010, 12:02 PM #12
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- 09-15-2010, 03:22 PM #15
I really liked Secret! back on my Palm and WinMo devices and wanted to like it on my Epic. But, I couldn't get past trusting a single app to both secure my information and talk to any site on the Internet. (I know, in theory, that makes it easier to back up and share information between phone and desktop.)
I went with KeePassDroid on Epic, KeePassX on Unbuntu, and KeePass on windows. All synchronized with DropBox as mentioned earlier.
I've just got to get used to always being prompted for username/password/URL even when I want to store a record of just account numbers or miscellaneous facts.
- 08-19-2013, 05:47 AM #16
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Re: Looking for a good app for storing passwords and account numbers
I'm an avid LastPass Premium user. I've used it for years, have it on PC, iPad2, S4, I can use it's browser so it fills in as I move through my interests & has a form-filler function as well. I have many passwords & in no way could keep track of all of it. I don't use every feature- it has many options.
It's safe which is most important. Read their explanation on the topic of all options. I found it easy to use. It's always synced & ready to work for me. Good luck!