View Poll Results: What is your favorite Password Manager app?

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  • B-Folders

    21 7.55%
  • KeePass

    69 24.82%
  • eWallet Reader

    20 7.19%
  • Lastpass

    44 15.83%
  • SplashID

    26 9.35%
  • RoboForm

    12 4.32%
  • OI Safe

    14 5.04%
  • Keeper

    26 9.35%
  • Other (please post below)

    47 16.91%
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    Question Vote for your favorite Password Manager app

    • Vote for your favorite Password Management App in this poll.
    • You can vote for more than one app.
    • Applications change and new ones are added from time to time - therefore the poll will close periodically and a new one will be started.
    • If your favorite app is missing from above, please check "Other" and list it below.
    • If you want to comment or add additional information about your favorite app, chime in below.
    • All new "what's your favorite password management app" threads will be merged with this one.
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    Reserved.
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    Don't see "other"... but I like to use Keeper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluePLanetMan View Post
    Don't see "other"... but I like to use Keeper.
    Thanks for pointing this out. All fixed. This probably shouldn't be a multiple choice poll, but at this point, that can't be fixed.
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    lol its Beta
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    +1 for Keeper as well. The interface is pretty straight forward, and the option to have the program on your computer works great too even if u have to pay for it (30 day free trial). They have the free online backup to their servers too which is quite handy when your rooted and flashing different roms, for a quick restore of your information.
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    I use SplashID. Was using it on my WinMo phone previously and the Android version works just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicksGarage View Post
    I use SplashID. Was using it on my WinMo phone previously and the Android version works just fine.
    That should have been one of the choices. I've added it, and changed your vote (I'll put it back if you want).
    Last edited by Cory Streater; 07-19-2010 at 01:27 PM.
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    Using SecForms. It's like B-folders on steroids. Syncs perfectly with desktop client.
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    Ewallet FTW......
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    OI Safe works great for me
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    i love Keeper
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    which programs run on Mac to sync? When 2.2 comes will your information be saved or deleted with the new OS?
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    Anybody. Still looking for a password program that will sync with Mac for backup. I got so sick of entering my passwords in my blackberry to have a crash and have to reload them. No backups suck!!!
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    Another vote for SecForms.

    From another thread:
    I'll add a vote for Secforms.

    I'm a long time user of SPB Wallet which has shown no interest in the android platform. That leaves me looking for a replacement.

    I find that SplashID, Handy Safe and Secforms are all very good.

    I've chosen Secforms as it syncs with the desktop. I want one password tool for the PC and my Incredible.

    Secforms offers template forms which are customizable and you can create your own templates as well.

    Each form is also customizable,

    Secforms offers folders and I like to organize by folder. And folders within folders.

    One thing I've learned from the SPB Wallet fiasco is that you need a way to export your data in a format that can be reused.

    SPB Wallet only offers an unformated text dump. If you have as much information stored in the db as I do that's a lot of fairly useless information.

    What I have done is export from spb wallet then added all that info to a note field on a general data form I created. Now, one by one, I remove the information from that dump into forms (records) in Secforms.

    SecForms only has an outline list, not a card view or icon view like some of the others.
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    i use a password protected MS Word File with Strong Encryption and Documents To Go. the beauty is you can open this file on any device in the world with MS Word or Docs To Go. Docs To Go 3.0 coming soon will support Office 2007 Super Strong Encryption/Password.

    i like the free-flow format and the open standard of an MS Word File. i don't like some mom and pop locked proprietary closed format. and MS Word and Docs To Go is free if you already have it.
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    I've been using the 1Password beta Android App, just because I've been using 1Password on the Mac for ages, and have all my passwords already stored in there.
    I like that the 1Password android app synch's up with the desktop apps via Dropbox integration, which is really slick.
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    I'm trying SecForms. Has USB/WiFi snyc. It does not integrate with the browsers. But, I have a great program on my desktop now for password management. I'm not sure that I want browser integration on my Android. It is customizable for dealing with all kinds of account, passwords, etc.
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    The mSecure password manager that has Sync with a Mac and Windows Desktop App (wireless of course) is coming to Android. Long available on iPhones, this is one best, because it can handle a lot of different types of passwords, credit cards, bank accounts, etc.

    There is a free backup program for mac and windows.

    There is also a paid Sync program, which lets you edit your stuff on the computer and sync between the phone. This is sweet when you have a couple different devices to keep in sync, like that old iphone you just use as an iPod Touch since you got your Android.

    Its in private beta now and (Sync is not there yet), but I've been testing for them and its pretty sweet.

    No mention there of the Android version just yet. Still in private beta. You could maybe beg them. (I did).
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    Quote Originally Posted by elbaso View Post
    I've been using the 1Password beta Android App, just because I've been using 1Password on the Mac for ages, and have all my passwords already stored in there.
    I like that the 1Password android app synch's up with the desktop apps via Dropbox integration, which is really slick.
    I use that as well.
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    I really like lastpass for pc and mac. Unfortunately they don't have it good for android yet. The built in browser is not very good. They do support dolphin browser now, but I'm not a fan of that.

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    +1 for OI Safe
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    1Password Beta. Once this app gets the same features set as the iDevice version, it will be the best hands down. It already syncs with Dropbox and has Mac and PC versions as well.

    Dev is extremely helpful too.
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    I received my Android mSecure beta yesterday-- works ok with minor issues for me. Can't wait until full release!

    Finally I'll be able to stop carrying around my iPhone just for my password DB!
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    Default I use Password Safe

    There are a couple apps with this name. I use this one:


    I like that I can create my own templates with my own fields. This way I can store other secure information than just web site passwords.

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