SafeInCloud Password Manager
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- 256-AES encryption
- Good-looking layout
- Ease of use
- Only for ICS devices
Safe in Cloud is a password manager for ICS devices
The premise is "remember one password to keep all others": credit card PINs, web &e-mail accounts, computer & WiFi passwords, etc. Having such amount of passwords to remember is a double trouble: first off, obviously it's difficult to remember them all and, second, the strength of the passwords depends on the encryption (some of them are weaker than others).
Safe in Cloud provides a 256-bit AES encrypted database which is inviolable (used by the US government). You can sync that encrypted database with a cloud service of your choice like Google Drive, Dropbox or Box. There are different default accouns/resources you can fill with your data: Facebook, Gmail, Passport, PC Password, Visa. However, you can create as many cards, notes and sketches as you want. You can also mark your accounts as favorite (for example, most used), for a faster access.
From settings you can enable cloud sync, change your security parameters and backup/restore your data. It must be said that the app is set in a good-looking layout which makes it easier to navigate through. Cuteness and reliability, a great option to manager your passwords.
Safe In Cloud is a complete PASSWORD MANAGEMENT SOLUTION: Free Desktop Application + Mobile Application for Phones and Tablets.
◆ Easy To Use
◆ Strong Encryption
◆ Cloud Synchronization
◆ Automatic Data Import
◆ Multi-Language Support
EASY TO USE
Try it yourself and enjoy an easy-to-use yet powerful user interface.
Your data is always encrypted on a device and in a cloud with a strong 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). This algorithm is used by the U.S. Government for protection of a top secret information. AES is also widely adopted worldwide and became the de facto encryption standard.
Your database is automatically synchronized with your own cloud account (Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive). Thus you can easily restore your entire database from a cloud to a new phone or computer (in case of a loss or an upgrade). Your phone, tablet and computer are also automatically synchronized between each other via a cloud.
The Desktop application integrates with a browser. This allows you to paste passwords directly into web pages. You don't need to manually copy and paste passwords from Safe In Cloud into a browser.
Safe In Cloud is available on the following platforms: OS X (Mac), iOS (iPhone and iPad), Windows (7 and 8), and Android.
AUTOMATIC DATA IMPORT
The Desktop application can automatically import your data from another password manager. You don't need to manually reenter all your passwords.
Safe In Cloud is localized to German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and many other languages.
- New alphabet symbols
- Small fixes and improvements
Definitely worth the download and price. Only two things I could see improving: 1). The addition of more icons/colors used in the cards themselves 2). Ability to add a label when editing a card Other than these two small things, this app is amazing and really is worth the investment!
Only wish that on the android app it was a little better looking .I donot like the gui , but if it werenot for this app, I would not know what half of my passwords were!!
This is a great app to manage my passwords across multiple platforms - phone, tablet, desktop, & laptop.
Like that there's no yearly fee. Also great that it backs up to Google account. Great app. Been using it for a year on all my devices
This app creates secure pw database that in encrypted. Browser integration works well. Ability to access pws from other devices is a must for me and this product delivers. Clean and intuitive.
Very very good app.....
Zero Linux support, even with the Chrome extension. edit: Added a star because the phone app really is nice, manually typing them on my desktop isn't. >.> FYI I knew it wasn't supported on Linux when I bought it, I recently completely ditched Windows for Arch Linux and I'm not looking back.