Password Tote for Mac OS X

Developer: ControlDev

Current Version: 2.0.6

Last Updated: 7 years ago

Download Size: 453.2 KB - Download


Password Tote is a multi-platform service that enables you to securely store and retrieve your passwords and other secure details. We take pride in ensuring that each client is a native experience. Please visit for more information.

This application requires a "Software Account" with Sign up now for free and also get 60 days of the "Software Account" for free. A "Software Account" is normally a paid subscription. Access your passwords through the web interface as well at Read more about the account types at Software clients are available for iOS, OS X, Windows and Android.

Browser add-ons are available for auto filling your website logins that are stored in Password Tote. Download them at


Release Notes:

This major release brings a handful of new features to Password Tote.

[Added] Ability to tag passwords
[Added] Ability to set associated website urls per password for extensions
[Added] Ability to delete multiple passwords
[Added] Improved error handling
[Added] Improved session management
[Fixed] Stability on Mac OS X 10.7 aka Lion


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.1.20
Review by Mockerfab4

So far, the best password program out there & it - Love that this program is free and is exactly what I needed. Wish you built it sooner instead of me wasting money on others I've tested. Only thing I'd wish is for a way to export. And if you can import from AnyPassword, which is my favorite PC password program. Since going to Mac, I've had to switch from that program to this. Also, the ability to add databases/folders so I can seperate work passwords and personal ones instead of having to store both in one database. Love the extra fields and tabs. Makes it easier to add different time passwords like PIN codes and other fields that are needed for the sites I use daily. Also, love the password generator option. This was what enticed me to download this. Thanks for that feature!! Thanks for creating this program and looking forward to using it!

Found helpful by 12 out of 13 people
Version 1.3.29
Review by foryvonne

Causion! free for only 60 days - This app is helpful but the software is not free anymore after 60 days. You can only access it via web browser then.

Found helpful by 17 out of 17 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.0.6
Review by jack.lecroy

Steals Passwords - The title explains it all. This server is not secure nor free.

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people
Version 2.0.6
Review by gnomesatwork

App Website is frequently down so you can't get passwords - The app is okay, but the subscription is overpriced. There is also the problem that if you can't log on to their website you can't get your passwords through the app. Their website is down a lot. It is currently down and I can't get my Password Tote to work. Even if I try going to their website and logging on to get my passwords online, they're down. It is very frustrating. I notice they now have an option to link to Dropbox. That should not be necessary. They should have a reliable server. If they did, this would be a great app. I've emailed them in the past about this but never once have they responded to my emails.

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people
Version 2.0.6
Review by CaptnDunsel

A decent app... - A good way to start learning to maintain your passwords. At least they're up-front about the subscription kicking in after 60-day trial. Most on app store don't tell you till later. Nice enough, but I'd rather pay a one-time small fee for the app, and not be subscribing monthly for the rest of my life just keep my passwords. Monthly subscription after 60-day trial is $2.99, with a 2-year discounted pay option. There are plenty here that will do this without bleeding you monthly forever.

Found helpful by 27 out of 29 people
Version 2.0.6
Review by cindyl28

Misleading - I downloaded this app when I got my new Mac. I thought that it would save all my passwords from my PC. I used it a few times and then was directed to a website. The website wanted me to keep my passwords on the internet or pay to keep them on my computer. I'm so sorry that I downloaded this worthless app.

Found helpful by 12 out of 12 people