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Suggest - a good password manager

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#1 maveric2013


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Posted 09 March 2016 - 10:26 AM



I have iphone 6- Plus and I am looking for a password manager/ Password vault application for my phone. As I have to remember my all passwords to login various sites, most of the time I forgot password or username. So I need a good application which can able to store all password and username and I can access that datas from anywhere from my mobile or pc.


1) my basic requirement is to just store passwords and usernames safely, it is okay if it doesn't have auto login feature.


2) I can buy app from Apple App store (so it is not necessary to have only freeware app)


3) It should be safe and secure :)




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Posted 09 March 2016 - 10:51 AM

The best one I can suggest you is LastPass.


You have to pay a yearly fee for the app however.

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#3 smax013


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Posted 10 March 2016 - 03:17 PM

Another to consider is 1Password. There are versions for the Mac OS (either through App Store or their site), iOS, Android, and Windows. It stores the password file locally, but there are ways to "sync" that password file between devices (local WiFi, iCloud, or Dropbox).


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