SafeInCloud - Password Manager

Developer: Andrey Shcherbakov

Current Version: 17.5.1

Last Updated: 5 days ago

Download Size: 4.5 MB - Download


SafeInCloud Password Manager allows you to keep your logins, passwords, and other private info safe and secure in an encrypted database. You can synchronize your data with another phone, tablet, Mac or PC via your own cloud account.

◆ Easy to Use
◆ Strong Encryption (256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard)
◆ Cloud Synchronization (Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Yandex Disk, NAS, ownCloud, WebDAV)
◆ Login with Touch ID
◆ Password Strength Analysis
◆ Password Generator
◆ Browser Integration
◆ Automatic Data Import
◆ Cross-Platform

Try it yourself and enjoy an easy-to-use yet powerful user interface.

Your data is always encrypted on a device and in a cloud with a strong 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). This algorithm is used by the U.S. Government for protection of a top secret information. AES is also widely adopted worldwide and became the de facto encryption standard.

Your database is automatically synchronized with your own cloud account (Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Yandex Disk, NAS, ownCloud, WebDAV). Thus you can easily restore your entire database from a cloud to a new phone or computer (in case of a loss or an upgrade). Your phone, tablet and computer are also automatically synchronized between each other via a cloud.

You can instantly unlock SafeInCloud with a fingerprint on devices with Touch ID.

SafeInCloud analyses your password strengths and shows a strength indicator next to each password. The strength indicator displays an estimated crack time for a password. All cards with weak passwords are marked with a red sign.

The password generator helps you generating random and secure passwords. There is also an option to generate memorable, but still strong passwords.

The Desktop application integrates with a browser. This allows you to paste passwords directly into web pages. You don't need to manually copy and paste passwords from SafeInCloud into a browser. The mobile application contains a built-in browser with a similar password auto-fill functionality.

The Desktop application can automatically import your data from another password manager. You don't need to manually reenter all your passwords.


Release Notes:

◆ Restore default templates
◆ Localization updates
◆ Bug fixes
If you have questions, suggestions or problems, please contact [email protected]


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.4
Review by ozraves

Very good across different platforms - I have used three other solutions that stored my data on their server, my computer, and supposedly on my cloud drive. The most secure should have been the cloud drive option but I found it very unreliable in syncing. Obviously, when your data is stored on your device you rely on backups if the device is lost or stolen. Having my data stored on the vendor’s server is problematic in that vendors do get hacked. I was looking at updating my password manager and was looking at journalists’ recommendations. This one was not on the lists but I noticed some user comments saying, “Hey, what about SafeInCloud?” I’ve tried it on my iPhone, on my Macs and my Windows workstation. And, the only problem I’ve had was installing on the Windows workstation but got around that by installing through the alternative download options. Things I’d note: 1. The current version is very stable across all platforms I’ve tried, 2. I keep my data for the app on my Google Drive, which seems to be working very well, 3. The suggest password feature gives you suggestions that are from four categories: 1) memorable, 2) letters and numbers, 3) random, 4) numbers only. I like this much better than my three previous solutions, two of which continue to be favorites of tech writers.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people