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Password App - any good ones?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by sethm1, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. sethm1

    sethm1 Well-Known Member
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    I have Passwords Plus (for Palm OS)-
    looking for a Droid App for storing passwords, but can also import a csv file.

    Thx in advance.
     

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  2. jeffdlb

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    I use SplashID for PalmOS, and they apparently have an Android version. Android Password Manager - SplashID . Really excellent application. A desktop component is also available (Windows, Mac).
     
  3. z0mbi3

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    Secrets.
     
  4. smegoul

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    I installed SpashID and imported (by hand) all of my info from PasswordPlus. Yes I came from a TREO.
    The problem I'm seeing is that most often when I start the app on my Droid I get an error and a ForceQuit dialog box. Only option I see is to say "Force Quit". However what happens is that SplashID continues to come up and DOES NOT ASK FOR PASSWORD.
    Not too secure.
    Phil
     
  5. DroidxRage

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    Waiting for BioWallet to support the droid... Biometric security = Sweet. ;)
     
  6. jeffdlb

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    Bummer that SplashID is having problems on the Droid! I expect they will fix that bug, however. Have you reported it to SplashData.com?
     
  7. sethm1

    sethm1 Well-Known Member
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    I will try SpalshID - hopefully there is a trial version as seems a crash issue- I noticed that on a few free (Droid) Apps.

    So SplashID does not allow importing (say of a CSV file)? - way bummer.

    Secrets - I gather thats a App in the Droid Marketplace.
     
  8. smegoul

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    Follow up:
    I checked the spashid forum on their web site and there is a thread on this issue of 'force quit' and not asking for password.
    They believe that the problem will be fixed with version 4.7.
    There are some suggested workarounds such as using an app killer to kill off SplashID after each use.
    Personally not something that I will remember.
    I'll just have to make sure I don't leave my phone unattended until this is fixed in the next release. :)
    Phil
     

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