1. jhensley5755's Avatar
    Does anyone know if there is a password application that interfaces with your desktop for keeping all your web addresses, passwords, user names and other information you need? When I had my Blacberry Storm I used both dataVault and CryptMagic.
    12-09-2009 11:13 AM
  2. TreyDaPrince's Avatar
    I use an app called OI Safe. Works good for me.
    12-09-2009 11:19 AM
  3. jhensley5755's Avatar
    Thanks I will give it a try. I looked at SplashData. They have a desktop and mobile app you can synch together but I don't know how to download the trial mobile version.
    12-09-2009 12:32 PM
  4. baycruisers's Avatar
    Callpod Keeper can sync with Callpod's desktop app through your wireless router. The Android app is free; the desktop app (Win, Mac & Linux versions) is $30. I decided to buy the desktop app out of convenience, although $30 is a bit steep for what it does, and I would prefer to be able to sync via the internet, but I'm happy with it.

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    12-09-2009 05:23 PM
  5. Hardcase's Avatar
    Any word on Datviz Passwords Plus expanding to Android? It would be nice not to switch software.
    12-16-2009 03:37 PM
  6. talltubatom's Avatar
    I really want something similar to PW keeper for BB. I am worried about 3rd party SW as a matter of security.
    12-18-2009 09:14 AM
  7. TKNOVA's Avatar
    I used SplashID on my Palm. The product worked well on that platform. SplashID is available for Android as well. It has full functionality and syncs with a desktop app but the cost is $10.

    I am testing free apps like OI Safe and Keeper
    12-18-2009 09:32 AM
  8. talltubatom's Avatar
    AHs anyone used any of these aps that is willing to give a brief review? I am very suspicious about 3rd party security apps.
    12-18-2009 10:14 AM
  9. moosc's Avatar
    lastpass is the best one out there sync's with your droid and browser.
    12-19-2009 08:00 PM
  10. IzelTokatl's Avatar
    KeePass is free, and has a PC/Mac/etc etc versions that all open source. you can use the same database on your droid and PC. No auto sync feature that I know of yet. But its a simple file transfer and the databases are ok. I do the core typing on my PC version since I can type and get more done that way. then transfer it to my eris.
    12-21-2009 05:13 PM
  11. Nechasin's Avatar
    I have used splashID from SplashData on my palm since version 1.0. It is now at 4.0. I have never had any problems. They have been around for many years and are a stable company. They support many different OS's now. I never saw a reason to change.
    12-21-2009 05:41 PM