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Looking for a good password keeper app

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by grasscutter, Jan 1, 2011.

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    I switched from a Blackberry which had a good password keeper app. I could store all of my passwords under a file with one password so I could get any of my passwords from my phone. I also stored credit card numbers and things like my frequent flier numbers or hotel account numbers so I had them when I needed them. I worry about some of the apps that can be downloaded because of the potential access they allow to my phone. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
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    Ewallet, it's paid for but will work between windows, BB, Droid and probably that other phone (the I one).
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    1password; it is kind of expensive for the Desktop client, but they've got a fee app for just about every mobile device know. If you buy the desktop client you can keep them all synced through Dropbox.

    You do not have to have the pay for Desktop version to use the program. I don't, yet. It's tempting though.
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    I just started using Kuffs Password Safe. It also syncs with dropbox and is only a couple of bucks.
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    SplashID works really well.

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    I like password safe.

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    any others ones? all the ones mentioned above. do they store passwords for websites and form sites. im so tired of having to type my email and password to log into websites.
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    I just got "Wallet" from market and I'm pretty impressed with if. Offers online backup to Drop Box too.

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    Call me old fashioned but nothing beats a secured/encrypted Excel sheet. Works on EVERYTHING and combine with something like SugarSync or other 'syncing' software and you have access to it anywhere and everywhere.
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    Kuffs is completely customizable. You can have as much information as you would like with each item. Just make names, website, user, password or what ever field you need. You can even make a template from the fields you make.
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    Kuffs is the best I found. I Searched for days all over the internet, kuffs is the only one that i found that would backup to google docs. Alot of them will backup to dropbox, but who wants another account for another site anyway. We all have gmail, so i want one that backed up to that. Get kuffs paid app- well worth it. I downloaded it, installed it on my computer and put all my passwords in. It is FULLY customizable. Backed up to gmail and then restored my phone from gmail works great. I couldn't find any other app that backed up to gmail. Kuffs seems to be it.

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    After paying for the initial download, they charged to upgrade to their last new release!

    Additionally, the user interface is terrible. One example of this is that the Android app doesn't prompt you to save changes. If you forget to click the Done button (which is in the menu) your changes (or new entry) are lost!

    Also, I get a lot of FCs. There hasn't been any update in many months. Out seems SplashData had forgotten about their Android users!
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    1password will do this on the computer. I'm not aware of anything that will do it on a phone. Most mobile browsers don't accept the plugins that make it possible.
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    your browser should automatically store this information, if you allow it. when you log in to a site, it will ask if it should remember the information. just choose yes, and next time you go to the site, you wont have to log in.
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    I use Keepass on my droid and on all of my PC (home, work, etc).
    The password db is stored on my free dropbox account.

    They have an app for droid and the ability to run Keepass on a PC without installing it.
    KeePass Password Safe

    I use the 1.x version because it allows the Droid app to edit the DB on Dropbox.
    The beta 2.x does not...yet.
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    THis one

    I use Catch. App. It is a passwaord protected app where you can make notes of your info. It can also be accessed online and is account based so if you loose your phone the info is still there.

    Check it out.
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    I downloaded the Kuffs password safe app today and so far I love it!! Been looking for this app forever it seems. It syncs with google and the computer via dropbox!! The paid version is the way to go ;)
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    GadgetSam is right, KeePass Droid is great.

    I use it on my PC and it makes sense to use it on the phone too. Works great as it stores the URL too so you can use that to get to the website and the username and password are copied to the clipboard for immediate use. The clipboard caching of the username and password is cleared after a set time too so it is not left somewhere for anyone to find.
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    Another KeePass user here...

    I've been using Password Corral for years, but they do not have an Android app and have not announced any intention on producing one. So I began evaluating some of the other password managers available on the Android Market. With numerous free ones available, I excluded the ones that cost money.

    I ended up selecting KeePass. Versions are available for your PC, Android, Blackberry, and PortableApps (like a USB stick, etc.).

    Like the other poster mentioned, KeePass will sync across all these platforms if you designate a file location somewhere like DropBox, which is also in the Android Market (freebie).

    I'm not sure if KeePass will synchronize to a file on Google Docs or not, but I'll play around with it and see what I can get it to do. (That would be cool.)

    My only complaint about switching to KeePass was having to manually transfer all 204 accounts from Password Corral to KeePass because the recommended import plugin didn't work (and yes, I researched and tried various techniques to no avail). I should point out that the plugins are third-party developments and KeePass makes no claims about them.

    Good luck!
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    Keeper for me, there is an option for a paid version that will allow backups, but I just use the free version and Clockwork Mod Recovery backups, and Titanium Backups. The best thing about Keeper, is you can make folders for all your passwords, so you can name them "work passwords", "websites", "miscellaneous", etc.

    I don't worry about anyone getting my phone and restoring my backups, because the app is password protected.
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