◆◆◆◆◆Also available on iPhone (paid separately): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/keys-personal-password-manager/id769489214?ls=1&mt=8 ◆◆◆◆◆
A password manager with the military level security at an affordable price
It's where military level security meets the ease of personal use. Just provide the essential feature set for password management. You just know how to use all the features when you open it!
√ iCloud sync between Mac and iPhone
√ Complete encryption solution: AES-256 + Salt + PBKDF2
√ iCloud and local data backup and restore
√ Sorted item list
√ Searchable item
√ Automatic lock after being inactive for 10 min
◆◆◆◆◆Happily used by thousands of customers◆◆◆◆◆
"Exactly what I was looking for" --AtomBh
"I love this app! Storing your passwords is simple and straightforward. Perfect!" --cscrews
"Wow, I never thought organizing passwords would become such an enthralling hobby!" --theninjaofthemountain
Minor bug fix
Ratings and Reviews
Worth the Price
Easy to use, across all my mac and ios devices. I would not be without it.
Sync Doesn’t Work
I got this app for desktop and for iPhone because I wanted to sync passwords between the two, but the icloud sync doesn’t work. If there is anyone who can provide me with instructions to make sure I have set it up correctly, that would be great. Until then, I consider this to be a terrible app.
You can visit https://digualu.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/200165689-iCloud-Sync to troubleshoot the iCloud Sync issue. If it still doesn't work. please do not hesitate to send us an email: email@example.com, we will be more than happy to assist you.
Simple and easy to use!
I liked this password manager because of its simplicity. There aren't many ways to get lost in the application and everything is straight forward compared to the other password managers that I have tried. I started out with Keys Lite and this was a mistake because the only difference between keys and keys lite is that Keys Lite only lets you store 5 passwords and everything else is the same, so when I put in 5 passwords it told me that if I wanted to input more than I would have to upgrade to regular keys. When I upgraded to regular keys I had to reenter the 5 passwords again, which was pretty annoying. So I suggest spending 1.99 on the full version since it's not nearly as much as iPassword. I would recommend this password manager to anyone that needs a simple way to store their passwords on their computer, but if they need to use passwords on other devices, then this app won't be much help. I suggest using iPassword for using on other devices and syncing with your browser, despite the extra expense.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.