By Ross Flint
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
BitSafe stores your logins and other sensitive information securely. Store login credentials, bank account and credit card details, software licenses and other text or images in an encrypted document where nobody but you will be access to them. Documents can be stored in iCloud or Dropbox if you choose, which makes them available to your iOS devices as well as your Mac(s).
On the Mac, BitSafe integrates with Safari, Chrome and Firefox through browser extensions, allowing you to log in to websites at the click of a mouse.
Use the built-in password generator to create very secure passwords, safe in the knowledge that BitSafe will help you to remember them. Other tools help you audit your data for weak or repeated passwords.
What's New in Version 1.8
The new pinboard provides a holding area where notes can be pinned to keep them in view while browsing.
New option to display only notes when dragging items.
You can now copy/paste your notes.
Software license note now has 4 more fields.
Support for browser extension v1.4, which allows you to choose between multiple logins for a website.