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    Default Password app auto fill websites

    Hello,
    I have the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 tablet. I have seen many password apps that can secure your passwords and banking information....etc. I am looking for one that will auto fill your passwords (log in information) into your Android browser. Right now I am using Chrome and Firefox on my tablet. Any suggestions? Thank you!
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    Default Re: Password app auto fill websites

    If it was me, for piece of mind and security I would stay away from Password management apps. Nobody can dig into your head for your password, but there is always that chance of someone getting your device and having access.

    Just my thoughts..
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    I thought that the reason the browser does not auto insert passwords is due to the security risk. I wouldn't even think that an app exists for that, as it is not advised to auto fill passwords as previous poster hinted at.
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    Default Re: Password app auto fill websites

    Thank you both of the reply and advise.

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    Default Re: Password app auto fill websites

    I think Firefox and Opera can remember complete login info, including answer to secret question on some sites. That being said I only use it for unimportant logins as a convenience.
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    You can use LastPass if you don't mind switching to Dolphin browser. They have a plug-in for it. I think LastPass charges a fee though.

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    LoginBox is the best app for that. It specialize in auto filling websites.
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    I really like the new LoginBox.
    I used it on iOS and it was so intuitive and comfortable and no it's on Android.

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