Password manager

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by mlts0807, May 3, 2011.

  1. mlts0807

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    Any suggestions on a password manager that can be put on my computer, ipad, iphone and have them all sync? I thought about last pass but the ipad browser isn't very good.
     
  2. DontUnderstandMyIpad

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    1Password does the job.
     
  3. ipad 7

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    1password

    I find that the 1Password App is the one to purchase. It is a little pricey but it is easy to use and is capable of securely storing things other than just passwords.

    Cheers
     
  4. Hayles66

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    1password pro is brilliant, would be lost without it.

    Sent from my iPad using iPF
     
  5. Countrychirper

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    I have this on my touch and iPhone but it won't sync any of the data from them on my ipad2. All I get is a new app! Do you know how I can get the dat?
     
  6. twerppoet

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    You need the computer version and a DropBox account to sync wirelessly. Then go to 1Password's site and see how to set it up.

    Buying the computer version is why it's the one of the more expensive options available. But if you look over the cool extras you'll get on the computer, you may decide it's worth the price. I did.

    But, you seem to be saying the iPhone and iPad touch are syncing? If so, check your settings on them and duplicate on the iPad.
     
  7. wahoowad

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    iKeepass is free and works for me. Keepass is the PC version. I use Dropbox to sync
     
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    iKeepass is not free! It costs £0.59
     
  9. Countrychirper

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    Ok thanks I'll get it.
     
  10. giradman

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    Just wanted to join this thread - early last year I acquired an iPod (to replace my older Palm device - gift from my son) - wanted a 'Password' program and went w/ SplashID - Secure password management for iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Windows & Mac OS - bought the program for my iPod and also put the desktop option on my laptop (more costly) - seems to work fine for me - :)

    Now own an iPad2 - will need to visit their website to see if I can add the program to the new device w/o an additional fee? Now I own several similar programs, i.e. on the iPod & laptop versions - my question is whether the general rule for these offerings is to use the program on multiple devices w/o an additional cost or whether one needs to pay extra? Of course, I'll check the individual websites. Thanks for any comments - :D
     

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