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4 Best Password Managers for Android

4 Best Password Managers for Android

May 08, 2013 at 02:13AM

Most of us use weak passwords for our email account and other online services and the another major issue is that we repeat the password for all the websites. In such cases, if your password is hacked or stolen from one service, your other services are put to risk. But then using different passwords for each online service is tough as you might forget them easily. So in such situations, it is best to use a password manager. Password managers have the advantage that they store the passwords securely with encryption and they are available across multiple devices.

Password Managers also help you log into websites easily without having to manually type in. If you are using Android phone, here are the best password managers to store your passwords securely.

1. LastPass Password Mgr Premium:

LastPass is one of the most popular password managers around. It is fast, easy and simple; securely syncs your passwords across all your browsers and devices. It has built-in browser that will automatically fill your login information for each of your saved LastPass sites. LastPass requires a monthly subscription, which is around $1 per month.

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2. Keeper Password & Data Vault:

Keeper is a secure, easy-to-use app to manage your passwords and private information from all your devices including Android phones, tablets, computers and your favorite web browser. You can securely access your passwords, private information and website logins from anywhere and sync seamlessly across your smartphones, tablets and computers.

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3. mSecure – Password Manager:

mSecure is used by almost a million users worldwide, providing the best time-tested, trusted, convenient and secure solution for storing and syncing your important information. mSecure uses ultra-secure 256bit blowfish encryption to protect personal information such as account numbers, usernames, passwords and more. mSecure supports private wireless networks and the Dropbox cloud to synchronize your data between your mobile devices and desktop/laptop computers over a standard Internet connection.

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4. KeePassDroid:

KeePassDroid is yet another useful password manager for Android. KeePassDroid is an implementation of the KeePass Password Safe and this app brings the security, privacy, and convenience of the Windows app to Android.

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