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*Passwords* is a personal password manager.<br>Easy, intuitive, useful and safe.<br><br>How many passwords or numbers you have to remember and type every day?<br><br>It's the password of the cash machine, the Internet Banking, the social media, the emails, the credit card number and the name printed on it, the passport number, the wifi password and so on. <br><br>Besides remembering that amount of things, you also have to type everything.<br><br>But now you just need to open the *Passwords* App, tap on the text or number to copy and paste wherever you want.<br><br>It's safe:<br>All the data you add to the app stays in the app and nobody can see it, just you with your fingerprint or your password. The application does not access the Internet and your data is secure on your phone.<br><br>Ready to turns your life easier and safe? Download now.<br><br>Available in: <br>Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish.
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“Does what it says on the tin”...means, to me, brilliant simplicity. I have been cutting and pasting from email drafts, and really appreciate the added security this offers. When I downloaded the app, it said “limited version”... and whether it’s a glitch or not, I do not know… But when I touched the upgrade to full version(Button), I was alarmed to see that it was an immediate purchase. It wasn’t until I went through the rigmarole of iTunes purchase history that I realized I was charged $0.00 for the upgrade. Thank you, developer… I hope that was what you intended. But even with the limited version I was impressed that, after I entered 14 or 15 Items and *Passwords*, no limit was evident. Download this app! I hope you’re as impressed with this as I am!
Developed by Claudio Guirunas.
*Passwords* Copy & Paste is ranking in Productivity & Utilities
Last update was at Apr 30, 2019and the current version is 2.0.0.
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*Passwords* Copy & Paste have a 2a user reviews.
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