AllPasswords (Handy Personal Tool)
Current Version: 1.1.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 604.8 KB - Download
1. Most of people have dozens of passwords to memorise, bank accounts, apple IDs, emails, social web logins, IMs… let ‘AllPasswords’ free you from memorising
2. Synchronised over iCloud to multiple devices, so you only need to memorise 1 passcode
3. Import from CSV and export to CSV
4. ‘Generator’ helps you generate strong passwords
5. iOS version [AllPasswords] is available at iOS's App Store
1. All data is only kept in your device, and Apple's iCloud.
2. Passwords are encrypted using AES128, only human readable within the App
3. Smart passcode protection.
1.Added iCloud support.
2.Added sync between iOS and Mac
Most Helpful Reviews
It's simple but useful! - It's very simple, but it's very useful. One tab for keeping my passwords and one for generating new passwords. There's nothing more to distract my attention. That's good! I only hope there will be group/ tag in the next release, so that I can organize my passwords better.
Think twice about purchasing this app. - Despite this app having an attractive Price point, my recommendation would be to not purchase AllPassword. The app works fine for about two years but when Apple switched to the new Sierra OS, the AllPassword App become obsolete, without any warning. The newer version of AllPassword, isn't in any way compatible with the older version. So, in my case, I've lost the passwords to more then 100 Apps and so on. I literally have to start all over. I liked that there was no cloud storage of my passwords, but now I have to seriously reconsider that as being a positive. You would have better luck finding a leprechaun and his pot of gold then you would finding support for this app Sayonara AllPassword.
More Reviews for Current Version
Awful—Probably Not Secure - Things it should do and doesn’t: WILL NOT IMPORT passwords from the prior version. DOES NOT HIDE passwords from view when app is open. UNKNOWN ERROR when setting a passcode lock. NO LONGER CREATES CATEGORIES for logins (e.g. Retail, Bank Accounts, Cloud Storage) under which you’d organize multiple logins of the same type. My opinion only, this is sloppy programming at its worst. You should really question how secure this app is before buying and installing. Then, too, it would have been nice had Apple bothered to list the apps that would stop working after upgrading to Sierra.