1. anon(8503161)'s Avatar
    I am asking because I am used to using a KeePass fork on my Android device. I have read into 7Pass, but I'd rather have an application that can read passwords from a local file rather than cloud storage or other various online servers. Thanks in advance guys/gals.
    02-01-2014 07:25 PM
  2. DBDev's Avatar
    I use 7Pass and I love it! Why don't you want to have it on the cloud?
    02-02-2014 09:10 AM
  3. pmhgeneral's Avatar
    Sky wallet from day one, works great for me and has a desk top app with cloud backup. Don't have to use cloud backup but I would. Also just been looking at enpass password manager that looks good, it fills in you password and users name automatically when using the app to open up a web site.
    02-02-2014 09:21 AM
  4. anon(8503161)'s Avatar
    I use 7Pass and I love it! Why don't you want to have it on the cloud?
    I'm a little high strung when it comes to security. I just like to have a bit of physical distance between my database and a potential data breach. I used to keep my database on Drive I just too it off one day because I felt like it. With 7Pass can you copy-paste passwords?
    02-02-2014 09:33 AM
  5. EngineerTuna's Avatar
    I'm using Lastpass for years now. They have an app. It allows to copy ***** password. But it isn't free as i recall, they have 14 days of trial. Well mine was a gift from Lastpass. So it's a cross-platform solution. Using it on firefox, internet explorer even on my phone.
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    02-02-2014 12:38 PM
  6. anon(8503161)'s Avatar
    I'm using Lastpass for years now. They have an app. It allows to copy ***** password. But it isn't free as i recall, they have 14 days of trial. Well mine was a gift from Lastpass. So it's a cross-platform solution. Using it on firefox, internet explorer even on my phone.
    I saw that, but I'd prefer not to have to pay for a service that keeps my passwords "in the cloud".
    02-02-2014 12:44 PM
  7. Alexandro Bey's Avatar
    I am using Enpass and really love this app. I have found it on market place last month since then I am using it daily to access my login details. The Desktop version make it so easy to save your details. I emailed to development team to add SkyDrive and they said " We have already considered this feature in our road map for future updates. Currently we are working on Custom field support and will be available in next version of Enpass. After this we will start working to add Google drive, SkyDrive sync".

    The app will really be awesome after getting it.
    02-03-2014 10:49 PM
  8. ShreyansShah's Avatar
    u can use "password padlock".
    Password Padlock | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)
    its absolutely free.
    if u r using windows 8, they have a win 8 app also.
    both has skydrive backup. u can sync ur data thru skydrive. quite easy n simple.
    i was previously using sbpwallet, before shifting to WP. it was awesome. dunno, any other app similar to it, having a desktop app.
    02-04-2014 04:18 AM
  9. Localhorst86's Avatar
    I am using 7pass, simply because it allows me to sync the keypass databases between my phone and PC.

    Note that it will not automatically sync to the cloud, you'll always have to sync manual if you want to. That means that you can pretty much work "locally" on your phone the whole time, without the need for a cloud.
    02-04-2014 04:49 AM
  10. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    Password Padlock, no contest...best in store. Of course, this is just my opinion.
    02-04-2014 04:57 AM
  11. o0Nighthawk0o's Avatar
    u can use "password padlock".
    Password Padlock | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)
    its absolutely free.
    if u r using windows 8, they have a win 8 app also.
    both has skydrive backup. u can sync ur data thru skydrive. quite easy n simple.
    i was previously using sbpwallet, before shifting to WP. it was awesome. dunno, any other app similar to it, having a desktop app.
    THIS!! Very good app. If I could get my wife and kids to use it I wouldn't have to keep their passwords too.
    02-04-2014 08:25 AM
  12. 11B1P's Avatar
    I too use Password Padlock. It has lots of customizable fields. The biggest issue I have with it, once you enter your main password and hit the checkmark, it is very slow accessing the password list. If I didn't have soooo much info saved, I would look at another password keeper.

    As far as I know, the passwords are stored locally and only backup to OneDrive (SkyDrive) when you manually perform a backup.
    02-04-2014 08:45 AM
  13. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    I too use Password Padlock. It has lots of customizable fields. The biggest issue I have with it, once you enter your main password and hit the checkmark, it is very slow accessing the password list. If I didn't have soooo much info saved, I would look at another password keeper.

    As far as I know, the passwords are stored locally and only backup to OneDrive (SkyDrive) when you manually perform a backup.
    Yeah, the manual backup to Skydrive is a really good feature, but it would be great if it updated all devices automatically. With two laptops, a DV8P, a Surface, a PC, and a 1520, I've had a few problems remembering which local list of passwords was the most up to date. Now, I only backup to Skydrive from my 1520.
    I haven't experienced the issue of slowing down after entering my password....I have 72 entries. Im not sure if there is a limit or if more passwords equals slower loading. Makes some sense that more would slow things down.
    02-04-2014 10:07 AM
  14. roastbeefalo's Avatar
    Thanks for this post, I am currently looking into these apps now.
    02-04-2014 01:03 PM
  15. Agent-P's Avatar
    I'm a 1Password user. I've thought about switching to LastPass but 1Password has been working just fine for me.
    02-04-2014 01:16 PM
  16. anon(8503161)'s Avatar
    Thanks for all the input, this post has really exploded recently. My specific interests are applications that can open KeePass .kdb files, without needing to go through OneDrive. At this point 7Pass still seems like the best option for me, despite being required to store my database in the cloud.
    02-04-2014 02:30 PM
  17. Edward_g's Avatar
    I'm using RoboForm. Has worked great on the p.c. and now available for windows phone.
    02-04-2014 02:42 PM
  18. ShreyansShah's Avatar
    I'm using RoboForm. Has worked great on the p.c. and now available for windows phone.
    Is there sync or skydrive backup available in it?
    02-04-2014 04:12 PM
  19. Localhorst86's Avatar
    Thanks for all the input, this post has really exploded recently. My specific interests are applications that can open KeePass .kdb files, without needing to go through OneDrive. At this point 7Pass still seems like the best option for me, despite being required to store my database in the cloud.
    You only have to initially store the .kbd file in skydrive to transfer it to 7pass. Once it's transfered, 7pass can work fully locally, you can delete the .kbd file from OneDrive/SkyDrive/Dropbox/Whatever.

    You can also, if you want, set up a small webDAV Server (I am not sure, I think Windows might be able to do that without additional software) on your home PC, transfer the file from there and then disable the server if you simply do not trust the cloud providers at all.
    02-05-2014 03:05 AM
  20. anon(8503161)'s Avatar
    You only have to initially store the .kbd file in skydrive to transfer it to 7pass. Once it's transfered, 7pass can work fully locally, you can delete the .kbd file from OneDrive/SkyDrive/Dropbox/Whatever.

    You can also, if you want, set up a small webDAV Server (I am not sure, I think Windows might be able to do that without additional software) on your home PC, transfer the file from there and then disable the server if you simply do not trust the cloud providers at all.
    Perfect! Thank you.
    02-05-2014 07:06 AM
  21. nemov888's Avatar
    I have been using the excitingly named "Password Manager" the app creator is Davide di Bernardo. For me it took a little while to figure out, but once I did - I love it. It stores the passwords locally under 128bit(?) encryption - and also allows optional backup to OneDrive. I smashed my Lumia 920, and then 2 weeks later my Lumia 820 - so have been offered a Moto G for free from work, so am now back on Android... and the one app I cannot replace on Android is this Password Manager!

    Does anyone know a good app on Android that will do the same as the WP8 app Password Manager? i.e:-

    - Backup to OneDrive
    - Allow an import of passwords on csv file / excel file
    05-13-2014 08:52 AM

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