Best password keeper program

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  1. Andliz

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    Anyone recommend a good password manager app other than Roboform?

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    Pocket...Droid AND Desktop versions. Syncs with Dropbox. Awesome app
     
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    Last Pass

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    I use KeyPassDroid. Desktop and Android versions, also syncs with Dropbox like Pocket. I never tried Pocket but it does look good. I've been using KeyPass on my PC for years, and just recently tried the Droid version by syncing to Dropbox and I love how simple it is to use.
     
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    I use Documents-to-Go. I created an Excel document on my PC with all my passwords, private numbers, etc., then locked the document with a password. Sent it to my tablet and whenever I open the document I have to enter the password to view it. That way I have the same document on both my PC and my tablet so that I can access my personal stuff from either location.
     
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    That actually seems like a good solution. Will documennts to go sync the files both ways, even if password protected?

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    No, I'm afraid not. But it is easy enough to sync with the data cable. I don't change or add to that file that often so it hasn't been an issue with me. At least I know where the document is and can access it from both locations.
     
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    Hi, I am a mobile software developer and want to develop my own Password Manager application for Android. I would be glad to hear your suggestions here at the forum.


    Basically what I want is:
    * Great UI for ICS/Honeycomb
    * Seamless sync with clouds


    I just started and want to complete the beta in 30 dyas. And as I wrote above, I would love to hear any comments from you.
     
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    i 2nd the KeyPass program. works really well in storing all passwords in one place. provides ridiculous levels of encryption too
     
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    LastPass is and android app that let you manage you password. It is highly secure and risk free. You can get free 14 day trail in the android market.
     

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