Passwords free download for Mac


04 November 2019

Safely store and easily retrieve passwords.


Passwords allows you to safely store and easily retrieve passwords and other sensitive data such as:

  • Credit card numbers and PIN details
  • Bank account details
  • Email account passwords
  • Software access passwords
  • Personal contact details
  • Phone PIN codes
  • Computer logon passwords
  • Website password details and much more...

Your data is encrypted and password protected, keeping it safe from prying eyes.

You can open websites from the program, and quickly enter any necessary log-in details (this could be for a forum, a bank account etc).

The auto-complete feature allows you to define a series of data and key commands which can then be called to fill in a Web form or put data into another application. For example, for a Web site login you could create the commands:

When auto complete is used, the program will send the value of "Username", then a TAB key, the value of "Password" and then an ENTER key to the active window.

What's new in Passwords

Version 1.31:
  • Export your passwords from version 1.28 (file menu) before installing/using this app
  • Import 1.28 passwords into this version from the file menu ('Import from version 1.28 export file')
  • You can download previous versions of Passwords from the App Store if you need to go back
  • Export passwords for use in the iOS version of the app (import via iTunes file sharing)
  • Re-written from scratch

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How would you rate Passwords app?

2 Reviews of Passwords

21 January 2013
Version: 1.22

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would like to try this but no trial version = no potential sale. also what encryption method is used please ?
21 January 2013
Version: 1.22
would like to try this but no trial version = no potential sale. also what encryption method is used please ?
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21 April 2010
I visited the developer's website and saw nothing that would even remotely tempt me to consider this over 1Password.
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