Developer: Lunabee Pte. Ltd.

Current Version: 2.2.1

Last Updated: 2 months ago

Download Size: 49.3 MB - Download


oneSafe is the password manager app where you can store all your confidential information - be it passwords, internet accounts, ID numbers, bank account details, pictures or private documents - in one safe place.

It's a cross-platforms app, so that you can access your information whenever you need and wherever you are.

• Why do you need it?
Because you're simply like everyone, struggling to remember all the passwords and other codes that makes our modern life. And you want to gather all this information in one place, but with complete security.

oneSafe allows you to store, all in the same place and in total security, your:
- Credit card numbers and entry codes
- Social security numbers
- Bank accounts and tax numbers
- Usernames and passwords
- Documents like PDF, Pages, Word, Excel
- Your secret pictures and videos

• Security first!
oneSafe incorporates the strong encryption algorithm available (AES-256) and all your data is automatically encrypted as soon as it's saved in the app.
And we make your entry password unhackable using standards with very complex calculation.
oneSafe comes also with advanced security options allowing you to manage your security level: TRI-PIN, double-protected categories, auto-lock feature, password generator, decoy safe, self-destruct option, break-in attempts monitoring and a password change reminder.

• Features that will make your life easy:
- Ready-made and customizable templates to easily enter your details
- oneSafe Click and a Safari extension for super fast access to your encrypted items
- Backup options (through email, iTunes or Wifi) to keep the app safe.
- iCloud sync of your content between the different versions of oneSafe on your devices (iPhone, iPad and Mac)
- Dropbox sync of your data between Apple and Android versions.
- Customizable categories to keep all your information in order.
- 'Favorites' highlighting for a fast access to your most used information.
- Search capability within your database.

• Why oneSafe and not another password manager?
- Because we think that even a password manager can be beautiful, especially because you'll use it many times a day, we provide you an app with a very nice and easy to use interface
- Because you don't have to provide your email to use oneSafe, you simply need to set up a password, the last one you'll have to remember!
- Because there is no hidden fee to use oneSafe.


Release Notes:

Minor bug fixes and improvements.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by Mlrollin

Finally! - Have been waiting since December for this application to come out. I had been using 1Password across my iOS devices but nothing on my mac. Once I found OneSafe for iOS I immediately starting looking around to see if a Mac App was in the works. Great price for amazing and simple to use software! 1Password may offer a few additional features, but not $40+ more plus I would have had to repurchase the iOS app after they updated to version 4.0. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a password protection app!

Found helpful by 14 out of 15 people
Version 1.5.2
Review by Grant196

Great if you only have one device, not so if you on multiple devices - This is 2015 most people have several devices such as iPads iPhones Mac computers and so on.I can't get it to sync with any of my other Devices iPhone, IPad, MacBook Pro, iMac since it only seems to work on one device I don't see that it has much advantage over just putting everything on a flash drive and locking the flash drive away. Or at least with a flash drive you can carry that in your briefcase or pocket and carry it to any Device that you want to use it on that has a USB port. Regret wasting $20 on this app. Maybe I just haven't figured it out yet but if it's this hard to figure out I probably never will. All of the other apps that I purchased from the Apple Store have been super easy to sync with other devices. Be careful before you waste $20. They don't even assign it a ticket number when you contact them they just give you the we Will get back to you as soon as possible. Usually that means the 12th of never.

Found helpful by 26 out of 39 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.2.1

DO NOT DOWNLOAD - Master Password Doesn’t Work. - Juding by the recent review by fellow user Tolon, I’m not alone with this significant problem. The app is now completely unusable since I’m unable to log in. The master password for the app refuses to be accepted. The password works just fine on mobile, but this macOS app is broken. I have reset oneSafe and synced my data anew through the dropbox integration (a process that takes 10-15 minutes). Finally, I was able to get in. Much to my disappointment, an hour later the password failed AGAIN. I was forced to repeat the process. Here I am, multiple resets, uninstalls and redownloads later, and still cannot use the app. Devs… what happened? I’ve been using this app for years with no issues. You need to fix this immediately or you will lose your entire client base to other solutions. Very surprising this isn’t at the top priority list.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
Version 2.2.1
Review by Tolon

MASTER PASSWORD BROKEN - I informed Lunabee about this problem a few weeks ago and received a response telling me to reset oneSafe and start over. I did this. I reset and populated with an old backup (losing some passwords). The new reset appeared fine, but the next time I went to log-in, it again, refused to accept my master password. So I deleted oneSafe entirely, re-downloaded and repopulated with an old backup. All appeared fine. But when I went to log-in this morning the app, yet again, refuses my master password. THIS IS A SIGNIFICANT BUG FOR AN APP THAT PURPORTS TO MANAGE PASSWORDS!!!

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people
Version 2.2.1
Review by Limanak

What a waste of money! Does not sync with my iCloud oneSafe data! - I have oneSafe in my iPhone and iPad and it syncs well with my iCloud. Any additional data I place on any of these devices automatically syncs with each other. I thought this will be the case with oneSafe for my MacBook Pro too. Apparently not! After buying the app for $20, I configured the setting to get data and sync with my iCloud. Made sure that it is the same iClud account but to no avail. My data does not show up! Its like I now have to add each one of the data in my iPhone and iPad manually and that I figured that this has to be done when I add a new data. I went to support, sent an email but a reply done by a robot didnt answer any of my concerns. Do not buy!!! If only I can get a refund

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 2.2.1
Review by Tdk74

Cannot login with Master Password after OSX 10.13.1 or 2 - It just refuses known master password. If you can’t login it’s a useless app now. Luckily it still works on IOS!!! No indication of what’s wrong or when a fix might come from the Vendor!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 2.2.1
Review by The Builder....

Very, Very Good Password Protection Software (NOT NOW…) - For the past few years, I’d been using oneSafe to keep my information secure, but now, over the past few months, the master password option on the Mac simply doesn’t work… It’s working fine on iOS, but not on the Mac…. I’m seeing this same problem reocurring even after uninstalling and reinstalling the app on the Mac, to which it works fine for a little while, then it doesn’t work at all. Others in here are expressing the same thing, so this isn’t a hoax. This is a true fact! So, it looks like I’ll need to shift all my logins for clients and others to another password software, as the most important feature of software of this kind is the ability to access the logins that you input into the software. It’s been well over a month now that this has been happening, and I haven’t seen a fix from them yet…. If this keeps up, their ENTIRE client base will have left them for someone else…. Hopefully they can solve this problem ASAP, as it is proving to be very, very frustrating to a LOT of people who use this app on the Mac (including myself)….

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people