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    Default What is a good password manager?

    What is a good (safe) password manager?

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    Most of the good password managers are paid apps. I haven't personally used any on my phone but Jerry seems to be a big fan of Dashlane: Apps of the Week: You Don't Know Jack, Dashlane Password Manager, reClock and more! | Android Central

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    Why not just use the one that came on the phone? (Keeper)
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    Check out "KeeperĀ® Password Manager" - https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...id_apps.keeper


    I use this one I trust it it's flawless

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    Keeper? Haven't seen that...where is it?

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    Most of the good password managers are paid apps. I haven't personally used any on my phone but Jerry seems to be a big fan of Dashlane: Apps of the Week: You Don't Know Jack, Dashlane Password Manager, reClock and more! | Android Central
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbmjack View Post
    Check out "KeeperĀ® Password Manager" - https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...id_apps.keeper


    I use this one I trust it it's flawless

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    Thanks...will check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UJ95x View Post
    Most of the good password managers are paid apps. I haven't personally used any on my phone but Jerry seems to be a big fan of Dashlane: Apps of the Week: You Don't Know Jack, Dashlane Password Manager, reClock and more! | Android Central
    Thank you for the info!

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    The only one that uses the full potential of our phone (fingerprint) is LastPass. I'm using it since they updated to integrate the fingerprint, it's an annual subscription for the premium service that includes the fingerprint but you can try the free version first to see if you like it, but for me, for what I use it, the fingerprint with the 2 factor authentication was a must so as soon as it was available I paid for it.

    Yesterday they released a new version that works great with landscape mode so now I can also use it with my Galaxy Tab S.
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    I use offline keepass2 android offline and the keypass desktop application and export the database manually between my phone and PC.

    I don't like the idea of storing all my passwords in "the cloud" and since it does not communicate to any outside source it simply is used to manage the password database securely and locally, I know exactly where my data is and where and when it's going.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G900A using AC Forums mobile app
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    I use SplashId, there is a free version but anted up in paid for the premium version had now for 7 yrs n counting
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    I use password box. You can use full functionality completely free across all devices for up to 25 accounts, so can easily give it a try. Works great for me since I use across my laptop, my ipad and S5.

    Check it out: http://j.pbox.io/6RUe3iIV

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    I've been using keepass ever since I got on android phones years ago. I love it. There is a desktop version as well.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....keepass&hl=en
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    Quote Originally Posted by UJ95x View Post
    Most of the good password managers are paid apps.[/url]
    I'll agree with that. The developers are more committed, support is better, and if they mess up they are on the line. I'm using Datavault Password Manager and I'm happy with the app and support.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blevitt3 View Post
    What is a good (safe) password manager?

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    check out keepass.

    Quote Originally Posted by steev89 View Post
    I use offline keepass2 android offline and the keypass desktop application and export the database manually between my phone and PC.

    I don't like the idea of storing all my passwords in "the cloud" and since it does not communicate to any outside source it simply is used to manage the password database securely and locally, I know exactly where my data is and where and when it's going.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G900A using AC Forums mobile app
    check out spideroak or tresorit - they both do end-to-end encryption and are considered very secure.

    I believe tresorit is offering $50,000 for anyone who can successfully hack their systems.

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