Keys - Password Manager
Developer: Ryan Thread
Current Version: 2.3
Last Updated: 3 days ago
Download Size: 1.4 MB - Download
◆◆◆◆◆Also available on iPhone (paid separately): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/keys-personal-password-manager/id769489214?ls=1&mt=8 ◆◆◆◆◆
A password manager with the military level security at an affordable price
It's where military level security meets the ease of personal use. Just provide the essential feature set for password management. You just know how to use all the features when you open it!
√ iCloud sync between Mac and iPhone
√ Complete encryption solution: AES-256 + Salt + PBKDF2
√ iCloud and local data backup and restore
√ Sorted item list
√ Searchable item
√ Automatic lock after being inactive for 10 min
◆◆◆◆◆Happily used by thousands of customers◆◆◆◆◆
"Exactly what I was looking for" --AtomBh
"I love this app! Storing your passwords is simple and straightforward. Perfect!" --cscrews
"Wow, I never thought organizing passwords would become such an enthralling hobby!" --theninjaofthemountain
Minor bug fix
Most Helpful Reviews
Great password manager - This password manager is great for my purposes—highly secure, very easy to use and update, and searchable. I had been getting my passwords from a text file or had them stored on Firefox, both of which were unsecure. This way I can find the passwords quickly and know they are locked away. I did quite a bit of research on password managers and this fit my needs the best since it was cheap and simple while effective. The only other thing I would ask for would be the ability to categorize passwords, so that you can not just benefit from the search but also scan them topically (and you could put older rarely used passwords in their own group). This could work with drop-down folders or in any number of ways.
Cloud Sync Between Mac and IPHONE - I thought when I downloaded the APP on my Mac and then got the IPHONE version, I could just log-in to each device and my files would be there. Spent the money to get the cloud sharing on the IPHONE and still haven’t figured out how to get the APP to populate both devices with the data. It is a waste if I have to type everything in on the Mac and go back and type everything on the IPHONE.