View Poll Results: What is your favorite Android password manager?

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  • KeePass

    19 22.35%
  • mSecure

    13 15.29%
  • Keeper

    5 5.88%
  • LastPass

    13 15.29%
  • Universal Password Manager

    6 7.06%
  • SplashID

    4 4.71%
  • OISafe

    2 2.35%
  • B-Folders

    5 5.88%
  • eWallet Reader

    5 5.88%
  • Other (describe below)

    15 17.65%
Multiple Choice Poll.
10-08-2017 09:11 AM
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  1. Joshua Munoz's Avatar
    Some of you might be wondering why we're deviating from the polls that currently exist, and trust me, we've got good reason. The last time we ran a "Best Of Android Apps" article was about a year ago, and the Android landscape has changed pretty significantly since then.

    These polls are starting nice and fresh, so we can get a true idea of what apps are worthy of being called Android best, so sit back, buckle up, and get voting.
    04-02-2012 07:11 PM
  2. ChristieC's Avatar
    Well, I screwed up -- my favorite is OI Safe, but I somehow missed it on the list until after I voted "Other."
    04-02-2012 07:50 PM
  3. Jerry Hildenbrand's Avatar
    Well, I screwed up -- my favorite is OI Safe, but I somehow missed it on the list until after I voted "Other."
    Fixed that for ya.
    04-02-2012 07:52 PM
  4. moosc's Avatar
    Never used one. Is there one that automatically places the screen name and passwords? Or do they rely on there crappy browser like last pass?
    04-02-2012 08:15 PM
  5. moosc's Avatar
    Maybe Jerry can do a post on this subject
    04-02-2012 08:16 PM
  6. Lemmy666's Avatar
    I just use Evernote lol
    04-02-2012 09:26 PM
  7. anon(394005)'s Avatar
    Voted other as I don't like storing passwords electronically. Keep them all in my noggin, much harder to hack!
    Kayla Hemmerle likes this.
    05-24-2012 09:07 AM
  8. cartiejr's Avatar
    AndroXplorer Pro
    06-02-2012 02:01 AM
  9. rizzman's Avatar
    New one I stumbled upon....Uniclau. Not sure if it would be considered a password manager, but helps store credentials to log on to websites. Best part is that you log in to websites by scanning qr codes. Never forget log in info again. Pretty cool app. Can't believe no one has brought it up on AC.
    06-27-2012 09:36 PM
  10. jfs101's Avatar
    I'm using OI safe. It doesn't save anything online... What's that? It's to 2011? Sorry about that!

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using Android Central Forums
    06-27-2012 10:00 PM
  11. knightfall's Avatar
    Which one of these apps is closest to the default Passwords app on a BlackBerry? I don't need one that logs in for me. Just stores a basic info, yet quite secure.

    Entering a password to get in, and only have "3 tries or data wipe" is preferred.
    07-11-2012 09:23 AM
  12. duddy23b's Avatar
    SplashId for me
    09-22-2012 09:21 AM
  13. petern23's Avatar
    Voted other as I don't like storing passwords electronically. Keep them all in my noggin, much harder to hack!
    I do IT support and have about 50 of my most helpless users' passwords in my head. For my own stuff, there are simply too many to remember if I'm careful about not re-using them. Also, even low-security applications sometimes require strong passwords (and others don't like case-changes/numbers/symbols), which makes it difficult to use a common password for all the "Who cares?" things that require some kind of sign-up.
    10-07-2012 08:55 AM
  14. Einwod's Avatar
    Which one of these apps is closest to the default Passwords app on a BlackBerry? I don't need one that logs in for me. Just stores a basic info, yet quite secure.

    Entering a password to get in, and only have "3 tries or data wipe" is preferred.
    Keeper has that functionality. You set a master password to get in, then you can have folders or list. In the settings you set how many times a wrong master password is tried before wiping. I have the paid version and it will save to the Keeper online vault. The beauty of this app is that when a password expires, as happens sometimes, there is an option to scramble and it will produce a random password of numbers, symbols and letters. Very useful for strong passwords. Once changed, sync with the cloud. I have tried wiping the data on my phone and it comes back perfect every time. Try the free version first. Works like a charm.
    knightfall likes this.
    10-16-2012 01:43 AM
  15. intoaction66's Avatar
    I just started using one. I bought msecure during the 25 sale and I'm really digging it. I could never remember passwords. I have a bad habit of Making new accounts and creating a new password that's complex... Then not signing into that account for a month and by that time I forgot! I think M Secure is great though. Does everything I need it to. Love that it integrates with drop box (and uses another password for syncing) so I can have a backup as well as use the same password list with my phone and my tablet, and even for desktop stuff. Haven't really used any others though so don't really know how it compares.

    Sent from my SGH-T999 using Android Central Forums
    10-16-2012 02:13 AM
  16. jorsuss#CB's Avatar
    I was using 1Password for years when I was an iPhone user. I recently switched over and they have a 1Password reader but I can't edit them on the Android app. Does anyone know if I can import my passwords from dropbox with one of these other apps?
    10-17-2012 02:31 PM
  17. Frisky2Times's Avatar
    I was using 1Password for years when I was an iPhone user. I recently switched over and they have a 1Password reader but I can't edit them on the Android app. Does anyone know if I can import my passwords from dropbox with one of these other apps?
    I'm in the same boat as you. I am hoping there is something but honestly I doubt it. It probably has some encryption on the file. I wish they made an Android version, the reader isn't enough of a solution for me.
    10-19-2012 04:35 PM
  18. mel897's Avatar
    eWallet... easy item by item sync via wifi (would prefer by cloud)

    re survey... eWallet is not read-only anymore on Android. You can edit passwords.

    I would use keepass but it does not do a proper sync yet and seems to be moribund on Android.
    10-25-2012 09:17 AM
  19. mel897's Avatar
    Reply to moosc... Lastpass add-ons are available for Dolphin and Firefox. The Dolphin one works well for me but I'm switching to eWallet. It's not "better" but I only pay once ;-)
    10-25-2012 09:40 AM
  20. DEADF15H's Avatar
    I was a little stunned the Datavault from Ascendo wasn't on the list already. I just moved from a blackberry to a Note 2. Had to buy a new version for the Android OS, and it synced perfect the first time out with my laptop and desktop. I like them easy and I like them simple, this one does it for me.
    03-02-2013 04:13 PM
  21. kingb71's Avatar
    I use Keepass synched with my desktop via Spideroak. works awesome!
    05-06-2013 10:04 AM
  22. Parafly's Avatar
    I lvoe lastpass on my desktop but the phone implementation sucks. Anything out there that can replace it?
    05-06-2013 10:16 AM
  23. GS4Bob's Avatar
    I am new to Android and SmartPhones, but have used RoboForm for many years on the Windows PC and it has worked great.
    I now have a Samsung GS4 and it works well with all browsers, but the Gestures movements that the GS4 allows works with IE.
    RoboForm does not support IE. RF has a plugin for FireFox, which I am using.

    -I am interested in a Password Manager that does work with IE.
    -Also if it works with APP logins.
    -Also multiple page login sites.
    -AND the big one...will import my 200+ User Names, URLs, and Passwords from RoboForm!


    I have checked LastPass...I believe it used Safari?
    mSecure...I think they have their own browser?
    Keeper did not work with IE.
    KeePass does NOT work with multiple page login using KeeForm.
    Safe in Cloud used Chrome...does not work with GS4 Gestures, etc.

    So, is there APP that does what I want?

    Bob
    05-27-2013 05:48 PM
  24. sanjag's Avatar
    Voted other as I don't like storing passwords electronically. It's all in my head!
    11-15-2015 04:15 PM
  25. tammyytt's Avatar
    use to get them but people would open them somehow
    03-15-2016 04:22 PM
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