5 Best Password Manager Apps for Android

Written By Chio Chyo on Monday, October 20, 2014 | 9:01 AM

Password Manager software is a software that can be installed to keep the password which is too complicated to remember in the secure database and to avoid the trouble if you forget your password. Password Manager can be used when you are online or doing something online, like online transaction, paypal, credit acrd, facebook, gmail, yahoo and e-banking.
If you want to own Password Manager, check the following list. Here are 5 best Password Manager for Android phone.
Password Genie
Password Genie has been a favorite for many people because it functions just like an electronic wallet. It can store all valuable bits and pieces of information, account numbers, bank details and passwords, all in one secure place. It is possible for you to sync up data as required within multiple platforms. Moreover, it itself can be accessed with just one password. It causes encryption of valuable data and is considered secure.
Your password is regulated based on the category. It is possible to create a special folder if the preset isn’t suitable for you. The presets are: Bank Account, Birthday, Bookmark, Rent Car, Credit Card, Frequent Flyer, Hotel, Insurance, Note, Passport, Recipe and Vehicle Information.
This application has the trial version for 30 days but after it you must pay $5.99/year.

mSecure
mSecure is similar to Pasword Genie, but it has more features. The search of password is so easy and it’s convenient. The app comes in with a password manager that generates a random password for the users, which is un-guessable. This is a great security feature. There is also a desktop version, so the application can work seamlessly well on the Mac OSX/Windows and iOS/Android devices. Additionally, you can store unlimited number of passwords, which is nice to have since passwords used by people online increase every day.
You can pick this app and download it for $ 9.99 if you think it is what you need, and for the desktop version you must pay a bit more expensive.

aWallet
Are you looking for an Android password manager with a more lightweight option? You cannot possibly ignore this application, then. aWallet provides ways of easy navigation. You will be welcomed with four options; they are Category, Lock, Category Editor and Favorite.
Favorite category designates important passwords under favorites because they will be used on a more frequent basis. The application encrypts the data using AES and Blowfish algorithms that make it more secure than before.
You can download this app free.

Keeper
Keeper is a free and most mainstream app of the list. This app is also the best password manager available as of today on the Play Store. This password manager app has unique capabilities that are not available in other apps. For example there is a feature to launch websites directly by tapping on the username and password combination on your device. Then, the app will fill in the website form data securely, doing all the work at your disposal. This app is also available cross platform, on the Apple and Windows machines and hand held devices. The base app is free, yet the Keeper Backup could be fetched for a price on Play Store.

Password Safe Pro
Password Safe Pro allows the users to store the web access information directly. The algorithms used to encrypt passwords are 128 and 256 bits AES encryption in this app. It is possible for you to send an SMS and delete the passwords from your account. One of the most advantages deserving applications of this app is the feature to take backup of your password data on to the SD card and Dropbox account.

This was the list of 5 best password management apps for Android phones. Do you know any other password management? If so, please share it with us.

Written by : Chio Chyo ~Home Work

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