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  1. johnsifu

    johnsifu New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hello everyone,
    I'm new to Android and would like an opinion on a good password app to store password, etc for Android. I have a Sprint EVO 4G. Any advice would be helpful. :)
     

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  2. TheSultan

    TheSultan Well-Known Member

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    KeePass!!!!
     
  3. SSowle

    SSowle New Member

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    Splash ID from SplashData works for me. Syncs with my laptop.
     
  4. Hauna Man

    Hauna Man New Member

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    I use Keeper and its pretty good.
     
  5. craighwk

    craighwk Well-Known Member

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    I love LastPass. :)
     
  6. bluenova

    bluenova OK Computer VIP Member

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    all43 Well-Known Member

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    B-Folders works well for my needs!
     
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  8. drbgotenks

    drbgotenks Active Member

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    Definitely Keepass. I have been using it since the early palm treo days. I have taken the same file from computer to computer and phone to phone. It is excellent!
     
  9. IcedTC

    IcedTC Well-Known Member

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    I also like Keeper. Nice & simple/easy to keep track of things.

    You use 1 main password to access all others in a nice column style list.
     
  10. DroidGnome

    DroidGnome Well-Known Member

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    I use Roboform Online myself.. can access your passwords from my USB device and the online system. It actually 'partially' integrates with android via their bookmarklet app so it makes filling in forms on the Evo a lot nicer than not having it. (It still needs work, but better than nothing).

    Overall I've tried a lot of password keepers over the years and I love Roboform hands down.. The one con of it is if you really need a printed version, the format is horrible. However this is due to the way it's able to auto-fill in passwords in browsers. It's not meant to be perfectly user legible for a printout.
     
  11. wayrad

    wayrad Well-Known Member

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    +1 for B-Folders :)
     
  12. mikey1969

    mikey1969 Well-Known Member

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    Password Keeper is the best I've found. I went through the Market and compared reviews. A lot of people chose Password Safe over SplashID and it costs less.

    I like being able to create totally custom templates with only the fields I want. Haven't tried the export/backup thing yet though.

    Just my 2 cents...
     
  13. regression

    regression Well-Known Member

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    Another vote for KeePass
     
  14. CodaMan

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    KeePass here too
     
  15. Bootup

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    KeePass + Dropbox!
     
  16. lexluthor

    lexluthor Well-Known Member

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    Explain further please. How do you set that up? How does it work?
     
  17. nightfishing

    nightfishing Well-Known Member

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    You can keep your kbd file on Dropbox and then access it from your phone as well as your other computers.

    Just another of the uses for Dropbox (I seem to find one almost every day LOL)
     
  18. lexluthor

    lexluthor Well-Known Member

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    So what do you put in the android keepass app for the location of your keepass database?

    Or do you have to manually copy the file from your dropbox to some local location each time you want to use it?
     
  19. sblack

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    You open the dropbox app and tap on the keepass database to open it and simply enter your password. The file ends up being saved in /sdcard/dropbox/*.kdb. If you open it from dropbox any edits you make will automatically sync, and be available on any other machines where you have your dropbox account setup!
     
  20. TheArtfulDodge

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    +1 for B-Folders!!

    Sparky
     
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  22. jrattinger

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    Thanks everyone on the Keypass + dropbox combo. I just set it up and it worked on the first time! Awesome!
     

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