Codebook is a cross-platform password manager providing powerful and complete data encryption, a flexible data model, fast search, multi-device replication, Face ID and Touch ID authentication, and form-filling in Safari with the included Find in Codebook app extension.
Codebook has been protecting sensitive information on mobile devices for 19 years, since the days of the Palm Pilot! It protects your passwords and personal information from unauthorized access by would-be crackers, malicious thieves, and snoopy coworkers. Stop using the same password for all your accounts! Codebook generates strong, random passwords and keeps them for you, protected by your master password and powerful encryption.
“By far the most resilient app to password cracking” — Elcomsoft, Black Hat EU 2012
* Optionally authenticate with Face ID and Touch ID
* Fill out password login forms in Safari with the Find in Codebook app extension
* Designed to work on iPhone *and* iPad
* Sync over WiFi with Codebook for macOS and Codebook for Windows (sold separately)
* Sync over Drive or Dropbox (free Drive or Dropbox account required)
* Full text search as you type across all your records and fields
* Auto-lock timer allows you to keep Codebook temporarily unlocked while you switch apps
* Configurable field masking to hide sensitive data from view
* Erases clipboard when information is copied to be pasted in other apps after two minutes
* Supports both portrait and landscape device orientation
* Includes 200 gorgeous color icons for personalizing your records
* Generates two-step verification (TOTP) codes
* Scans QR codes with main camera
Find in Codebook:
* Fill out password login forms without leaving Safari!
* Tap the Find in Codebook item in Safari's Share Sheet
* Find in Codebook will authenticate you and look up the website in your records
* Just tap one of the results and the form will be filled in Safari
Use Stronger Passwords:
* Codebook helps you remember stronger passwords, but also to generate them
* The password generator allows you to generate random passwords from several common character sets, and adjusts for bias
* The password generator also supports Diceware passwords—both the Reinhold and Electronic Frontier Foundation variants
* The password generator works in Notes, too!
* Personalize categories to match your organizational style
* Customize your entries including usernames, passwords, websites, notes and create your own fields and labels
* Note records can be created in any category to store free-form text
* Store any information you want--no restrictive templates!
* Store URL connection strings (e.g. SSH, AFP, SFTP) to launch other applications directly
* Star your Favorites to get at them quickly and sort them to the top of search results
Encryption and Password Protection:
* Uses the open source, encrypted database engine SQLCipher
* 256-bit AES encryption in CBC mode protects all of your data
* 64,000 rounds of PBKDF2 SHA-1 key derivation
* Every encrypted database has its own random initialization vector
* Every page of storage has its own random initialization vector and HMAC protection
* Hardware-accelerated using CommonCrypto for speed and reduced battery consumption
More details are available at: https://www.zetetic.net/sqlcipher/
Sync with your Desktop:
Codebook for iOS is designed to work seamlessly with Codebook for macOS and Windows, sold separately. Sync your information with Codebook on your desktop for easy editing, data backup, import and export, integration with other apps and more. Check out https://www.zetetic.net/codebook/ for more details and a product tour for all platforms we support.
If you don't use Codebook desktop you can still backup your Codebook database for free using the Drive and Dropbox sync features.
* Fixes sporadic "ditto_reps" sync error that could occur in some edge cases
* Fixes fixed width font preference not applying to note field cells
* Fixes improper toggling of fixed width font when entering and exiting edit mode
* Adds missing German translations for new Settings (Thanks Peter M.)
Ratings and Reviews
STRIP user since Palm Pilot days!
Update - Thanks to the developers for addressing my concerns! I am locked into a Windows work environment (which I am sure many users are), so a portable option for Windows would seem to be the most widely applicable. To recap, my main Enterprise-level considerations that might make it more work friendly:
1) A portable option - in most locked-down environments, you can’t get admin privileges to install your own applications.
2) To make matters worse, there are often dozens of passwords for different applications/websites in the workplace, all with staggered password lifecycles or expiration dates. Do you always log in to every site in time to change that expiring password before getting locked out - or do you find yourself trapped into a call to IT or a remote help desk to reinstate your account? How about a simple expiration date field that you could sort on to see what passwords you need to change in the coming days?
I hope that the innovation continues to demonstrate the commitment to unsurpassed security and simple interface - but i sure would like to have the option to use my Codebook at work (instead of the cumbersome operation of fat-fingering complex passwords from my phone)!
(And I’ll try to engage more on the forum, too!)
Thanks so much for the kind words and for using Codebook for so long!
We've gotten the request to add portability to Codebook before, but haven't yet decided to pursue it, though it would be a nice addition. Would that be for use with Windows environments, or other operating systems? We can't promise we'll pursue it, making any of the four native apps portable would require a substantial effort.
We agree that a feature for password expiration and reset policies is quite desirable and we hope to get to it before too long. Currently we have some other more high priority efforts under way, but it's definitely on our list.
Please feel free to continue this conversation on our discussion forum: https://discuss.zetetic.net
I’m a long time user of Codebook (also when it was Strip). It’s very powerful, but developers are slow to update. iPhone X has been out for a while now and I still have to manually type in a passcode to unlock the app. They took forever with Touch ID and now Face ID seems to be taking the same route.
Super quick response from developers. This will keep me as a user for a long time. You guys are awesome! Face ID works wonderfully!!
Thanks for the candid criticism and sorry for the trouble! Face ID should be ready to roll in the version you're using (3.5.0). You can enable Face ID authentication for Codebook by logging into Codebook and going to More > Settings > Login Settings > Enable Face ID Login. Please feel free to reach out to our support at email@example.com if you're experiencing any issues enabling it. Thanks!
Excellent and Secure
Unlike some other password managers, I find Codebook to be very simple to reason about where my data lives and how it is encrypted. You have full control over when and where your encrypted data is backed up off device.
It’s simple to use and easy to sync across devices.
I love that it supports time based one time passwords (TOTP) because Google Authenticator does not persist keys in backups.
- Zetetic LLC
- 39.4 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 Zetetic LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.