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SplashID Alternatives

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by BabelFish, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. BabelFish

    BabelFish Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I was a big SplashID user on the Treo but now that I am on android I am looking for something.... well, free/cheaper ;)

    They are really expensive lol

    What does everyone use to protect their passwords and stuff? I am looking for feedback good or bad about the currently available password protector products found on the market place.

    Anyone use SplashID on Android?

    Thanks in advance.

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  2. BookLover

    BookLover Android Expert

    I'm using SafeWallet. Not overly expensive. Not crazy about it, but I felt it was the most secure of the ones I looked into.

    Their desktop app was moderately expensive, but I didn't really need that as I'm using SPB Wallet on my desktop because I had used SPB Wallet on my WinMo device prior to upgrading to Android.

    I LOVE SPB Wallet. I really hope they come out with an Android app. It's a PITA to have to maintain two softwares, one for PC and one for Android, but it can't be avoided since I find SPB Wallet super easy and convenient on the PC, which I"m on 80% of the time.
  3. Tre Lawrence

    Tre Lawrence Android Expert

    KeePass... Lastpass...
  4. Tre Lawrence

    Tre Lawrence Android Expert

    Missed your last question. I use SPlashId Android.
  5. BabelFish

    BabelFish Newbie
    Thread Starter

    keepass looks interesting.. too bad it doesn't support twofish...

    LastPass looks really nice but a yearly subscription :(
  6. BabelFish

    BabelFish Newbie
    Thread Starter

    SafeWallet looks promising.. :)
  7. BabelFish

    BabelFish Newbie
    Thread Starter

    so you paid the pricetag? :) How do you think the two you mentioned and SplashID compare? Which do you prefer?
  8. wayrad

    wayrad Android Expert

    I use B-folders. It has a great desktop end, too, and you can sync by USB or wifi. As a former Palm geek, I prefer to back up data locally whenever possible.

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