Review Of 4 Top Android Apps To Manage and Create Passwords

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Review Of 4 Top Android Apps To Manage and Create Passwords

What happens when you have many accounts that requires too many different passwords? To be on the safe side you use complex and different passwords, managing a few account is not that hard but managing many online account with different passwords memorizing them might not be easy.

There is no substitute to different passwords as using one password is an open invitation for fraudsters to claim your account. Protecting your online log in details is dependent on how secure your passwords.

To avoid password loss you'll need password managers though there are desktop and laptop password manager apps, but we'll look at apps for phones that run on Android Os which will help create and manage password.

1. LastPass LastPass is indead the last pass in password managing, it automatically sync your passwords, fills forms for you, share passwords with friends or with staff.

2.1Password 1Password like its name combines all your unique and dynamic passwords into one manageble password. It also has password generator which you could use to creat passwords.

3. KeeperAside the basic features you would expect from a password management app, Keeper also allows syncing with other devices like computer or tablet. Therefore, you have access to your passwords anytime, anywhere. Keeper also includes a robust feature that allows sharing on while on the move it claims to provide the users with unlimited data storage on their servers that are protected by their self-proclaimed world-class security. However, many services provided by Keeper are only available to paying users.

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Safe in Cloud

Safe In Cloud Password Manager a great tool that has synchronization with cloud services such as Google Drive, Google Box, SkyDrive and Dropbox. It has a clean and user-friendly interface. To store your private data, you create cards from existing templates. There is also a search tool that helps you find any details saved on your cards. To fill in your login credentials on a website, you have to use the floating panel to copy data from the password manager and paste it into your browser. [$4.99]

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