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pwSafe 2 offers Dark Mode, Touch ID, Face ID, Safari and apps autofill, iPhone landscape mode, adaptive text, a new design and much more on top of pwSafe 1. Easy, secure and full featured password management across devices and computers. pwSafe uses iCloud or Dropbox to keep your password databases backed-up and synced between your iOS devices and computers. It is compatible with open source Password Safe. No in-app purchases are needed for unlimited usage, including iCloud sync (see below). Now available for the Mac with iCloud Sync - https://app77.com/getPwSafeMac This application is not related to any application developed and/or marketed by PSafe Tecnologia S/A, including PSafe Total. == What people are saying about pwSafe: ***** "Brilliant! - Passwords in sync at last!" -- Daddio1946 from Australia ***** "Great integration and support - PasswordSafe is great and this app makes it even better! Easy to setup and use. Their support for big fixes is great and the turn around time is short." -- Joeartz from the USA ***** "Very good, better than it's rivals, does what it's supposed to do AND the copy-feature is EX-CELLENT!" -- WaiWera from New Zealand ***** "I highly recommend this app for anyone who has a large number of usernames or hard-to-remember passwords." -- razor11401 from Canada ***** "Excellent tool for multiplatform password storage - Excellent tool that enhances my online security by creating complex and long passwords without the inconvenience of retyping them time and time again." -- AmberTiara from Neaderland == List of features: - TouchID unlocks - Safari and apps autofill (extension) - Smart Pasteboard: tilt your device face down to switch between username and password when using other apps - Can open safes from any cloud service with an iOS 8 Storage Provider Extension - Print a hardcopy of your data - New iPad with Retina display & iPhone 5 support - iCloud sync, realtime and bi-directional - Dropbox sync**, fully automatic and bi-directional - Password generation - Master password - Universal binary - iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch optimized - Compatible with the famous open source Password Safe desktop app - Search all fields - Organize entries in groups - Single tap password copy to clipboard - Single tap password copy to clipboard and open website - Clear password from clipboard after one minute - Multiple fields (title, username, password, URL, email and notes) - Full unicode support - iTunes file sharing - Receives safes as e-mail attachments (please name your safes with a .psafe3 extension) - Opens safes from Dropbox (free without sync, paid otherwise) - Export to PDF (encrypted, of course) - Password history (per safe and per entry settings) - Named password policies - Fully compatible with Password Safe version 3.31 file format - Multiple safes - Unlimited passwords - Unlimited password groups ** Syncing via Dropbox is an In-App purchase. Instead of trusting on a single developer security knowledge, pwSafe borrows all its encryption code directly from the famous Password Safe open source password manager (http://passwordsafe.sourceforge.net/). Password Safe has been originally created by security guru Bruce Schneier and nowadays is maintained by Rony Shapiro. Since it has been around as an open source project for more than a decade now, it has been extensively reviewed by many experts.
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I kept getting this quirk where if I opened file from google drive offline or not it would whack the psafe file(0 byte length) so I would have to restore from previous version. As of today the app just touches the file and does something weird, it not only destroyed the file but also the metadata so I can’t restore the previous version. Luckily the desktop version had created Ibak so now I have something. No way to get this app to work on iOS. Guess I’ll have to switch to dashlane, or last pass this is a sad day for me.
UPDATE: To the developer response .....Got an answer saying that iCloud syncing is a separate purchase and I need to buy it. People read the description for this app, it states that iCloud syncing is the included but drop box is an in-ap purchase. I am so freekN mad. This is deception at its highest-outright lying to get ppl to buy the app. Now I only have 2 days left. Oh yep, I can still use the app but it will no longer sync to my other devices. That is why bought it in the first place, cuz it said it why I bought it cuz it said it was included, oh ya...it still says that!!!! And nowhere did it say any part of my purchase was a trial!!! BEWARE I paid for this just about a month ago and recently got an email saying my acct is about to expire in 5 days. I looked at my acct info and it says I have a trial version. I will change the stars and this review if my acct doesn’t expire. If it does I will be back to tell you and request a refund. Some upgrade when it sends out messages that your acct is going to expire after paying for it.
Edit: They are not as transparent as I thought they state being open source when in reality they aren’t truly open sourced and on top of that they won’t respond as to why there is analytics within an offline password app! I mean this is an offline password app why should it be connecting to the internet unless you choose to use one of syncing solutions they have?!?! Very sketchy in my honest opinion! Just want to say this is way better and way more secure than most of the password apps out there! This one has the convince and piece of mind of having the chance to store your passwords offline while still having an appealing interface to look at... many of the offline password keepers have a very dated and just plain terrible UI! So glad to have found this keep up the good work dev! Thanks so much please never quit updating ;)
I have been using pwSafe for about three years and I can't imagine living without it now. I use it along with the companion Mac app and the free Windows apps. My 75+ unique account passwords are synchronized across all my platforms, iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC. Additionally, I manage accounts for a disabled family member and am able to keep their passwords in a separate safe. Without this app, I would need to either have the same password for many accounts or keep a list in an app like Notes. Both of those are extremely bad ideas.
Ugh... I’ve been happily using Password Safe for several years now, with the $2.99 Dropbox support. Used Dropbox to share .psafe3 files between multiple iPhones/iPads for my wife and myself. Just discovered that as of March 2019, Dropbox Basic (free) has changed to 3 device limit. Tried to add a new iPad, but Dropbox forced me to disconnect all but 3 of my devices. I’ve been able to successfully use iCloud sharing of the .psafe3 files between my own and my wife’s account. This requires the 200GB, $2.99/month Apple iCloud storage plan. Used the Apple File Manager app to configure file sharing.
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pwSafe 2 - Password Safe is ranking in Utilities & Productivity
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 9.8.
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pwSafe 2 - Password Safe have a 3 907a user reviews.