by Emmanuel Lund, Appszoom
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.
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by Emmanuel , Appszoom
Jun 07, 2012
from 6.963 reviews