Password Safe

Password Safe


Secure, flexible and powerful password management tooling on Android!
Keep confidential information safe using 256bit AES algorithm.


Secure:
* Encrypt password data using 256bit AES algorithm
* NOT require internet permission to ensure your data private
* Auto-lock application after specified timeout interval
* Hide application from recent apps list
* Backup/Restore data using SD card for maintenance

Flexible:
* Easily manage flexible password records on-demand
* Support dynamic password fields and field types
* Keep all kinds of confidential information using different format
* Simply create records from pre-defined templates.
* Freely setup new templates when necessary.

Powerful:
* Manage massive password records by categories
* Choose from 90+ icons to associate with items
* Quickly find out record by searching
* Import/Export data using *.csv file for data exchange with other apps
* Multi-language support including English, Italian, Czech, Chinese and Spanish

Note:
* WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission is used for data backup/export on android 2.3+

Question: How to migrate data from Lite version to Full version?
Answer: When you install full version password safe on your android, your backup function on Lite version will be activated. You can follow these steps to migrate your data from Lite version to Full version if you want to reuse them:
1. Download Password Safe full version from Google Market and install it.
2. Start Password Safe lite version, click "Settings->Upgrade to Full Version", and click "Migrate" button.
3. From dialog popup, click "Export Data", choose a folder, and process the backup, then you will get backup file under your desired folder.
4. Start Password Safe full version and restore backup file from "Settings->Restore from SD Card" menu.

Recent changes:
Version 1.9.2

* Restore behavior to launch app from recent apps list, use secure blank screen instead.

Version 1.9.1

* Fix for data compatible problem during upgrade to version 1.9.0 on some devices.
* Better alphabetical sorting which contains numbers.

Version 1.9.0

* Encryption algorithm upgraded to 256bit AES.
* Refined UI with Holo theme support on Android 3.0+.
* Add 10 new elegant icons for password records.
* Support multi-line password field.
* Many more usability improvements.
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4.4
User ratings
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Installs
10,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Password Safe
Secure, flexible and powerful password management tooling on Android!
Keep confidential information safe using 256bit AES algorithm.


Secure:
* Encrypt password data using 256bit AES algorithm
* NOT require internet permission to ensure your data private
* Auto-lock application after specified timeout interval
* Hide application from recent apps list
* Backup/Restore data using SD card for maintenance

Flexible:
* Easily manage flexible password records on-demand
* Support dynamic password fields and field types
* Keep all kinds of confidential information using different format
* Simply create records from pre-defined templates.
* Freely setup new templates when necessary.

Powerful:
* Manage massive password records by categories
* Choose from 90+ icons to associate with items
* Quickly find out record by searching
* Import/Export data using *.csv file for data exchange with other apps
* Multi-language support including English, Italian, Czech, Chinese and Spanish

Note:
* WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission is used for data backup/export on android 2.3+

Question: How to migrate data from Lite version to Full version?
Answer: When you install full version password safe on your android, your backup function on Lite version will be activated. You can follow these steps to migrate your data from Lite version to Full version if you want to reuse them:
1. Download Password Safe full version from Google Market and install it.
2. Start Password Safe lite version, click "Settings->Upgrade to Full Version", and click "Migrate" button.
3. From dialog popup, click "Export Data", choose a folder, and process the backup, then you will get backup file under your desired folder.
4. Start Password Safe full version and restore backup file from "Settings->Restore from SD Card" menu.

Recent changes:
Version 1.9.2

* Restore behavior to launch app from recent apps list, use secure blank screen instead.

Version 1.9.1

* Fix for data compatible problem during upgrade to version 1.9.0 on some devices.
* Better alphabetical sorting which contains numbers.

Version 1.9.0

* Encryption algorithm upgraded to 256bit AES.
* Refined UI with Holo theme support on Android 3.0+.
* Add 10 new elegant icons for password records.
* Support multi-line password field.
* Many more usability improvements.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 24, 2015
Great ! I always use this app even for daily needs...~
A Google User
May 16, 2015
Very useful! I've been using the free version of this app for a few years now and loving it. I got a new device and needed to transfer data easily so I bought the paid version and despite having to go through a few hoops to do so, now, everything is working! The trick was transfering the exported cvs file to Dropbox so I could then transfer it back to the new device's SD card and then importing the .cvs file to Password Safe full version. Yes, it took a little work but much less than having to transcribe all the passwords by hand!
A Google User
May 12, 2015
Import icons Please add an option to import icons. There is small bug: if you add categorcy once, after second category adding, a previous category name is showing in textbox. I started to reduce mark due to missing option. I can see many people have issue with restore of passwords, i hope it will not be in my case.
A Google User
May 4, 2015
Was Great I loved this app and used it for years. Now I can't back it up to my sd card or export the file. Pls update.
A Google User
Feb 26, 2015
Slight issue When you migrate from lite version, it saves the file as csv, not .bakx. When restoring to full version, use 'import csv', not 'restore from sd card.'