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  1. Atty

    Atty Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    On my Blackberry I had an app to save all my passwords and credentials and then open them up when I wanted to. It had its own master password.

    Anything like that on Android?
     

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  2. Lizzrd

    Lizzrd Well-Known Member

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    There are several. One of the best is SplashID, available in the market.
     
  3. Atty

    Atty Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Any free Apps?
     
  4. our3rotts

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    I used Password Manager on my BB for everything.

    On my ERIS, I use OI safe. It is a great app - and free. Made by a reputable company.
     
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    sail4fun201 Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but I have B-Folders on my phone. It acts like a virtual safe for passwords, credit cards, contacts, et al. It is free.

    I'm not sure if you can launch and sign into an app from B-Folders, but it will at least save the log-in information for you.
     
  7. odhinn

    odhinn Well-Known Member

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    I use KeePassDroid and Dropbox so I can use the same password database on my N1 and all my computers.
     
  8. shaffe43

    shaffe43 Active Member

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    I cant say enough about how cool this one is. Sync with the pc (using drop box) and you have everything you need for free

    Sent from my ADR6300 using Tapatalk
     
  9. flobey

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    I do exactly the same thing...love having all passwords on all PCs, plus now my phone. Very cool.
     
  10. gaugerer

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    I chose Keeper by Callpod because it allows easy synchronisation of data between my computer and my Nexus One using my router WI-FI at home. I just select SYNC on both Keeper programs and enter my router address shown on the Nexus One into the computer Keeper program and hit go. The router address is stored on the computer Keeper program so you only have to do that once.

    The data in Keeper is arranged in folders or lists and the headings can be customised to suit. I recommend Keeper and think it is worth paying
     
  11. happymagic

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    I do not recommend B-Folders because it does not have built in automation to log in to a web-site and drop the username and password data into the site. Also it does not classify your entries such as USERNAME, PASSWORD, URL the way KeePassDroid does. KeePassDroid is far superior if you're looking for a compararable app to the Blackberry Password Keeper.
     
  12. funpig

    funpig Well-Known Member

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    KeePassDroid and DropBox
     
  13. EddieK

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    Can Keepassdroid manage my app logins? If not, is there an app that does?
     
  14. Usta

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    This is the best combo for me.
     

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