AllPasswords
AllPasswords
1.6

2.0

AllPasswords free download for Mac

AllPasswords1.6

12 December 2011

Comprehensive password manager.

Overview

AllPasswords is a simple and effective application to keep and manage all your accounts and secret passwords in one single place. The data vault is password protected to ensure that only you have the access to the stored data.Use All-Passwords to keep track of e-mail, websites, bank accounts and much more in flexible and encrypted database system.

Features:

  • Employs 256 bits AES encryption.
  • Build in Password Generator
  • Unlimited number of different data vaults
  • Fast search capabilities through all your accounts in a vault
  • Password recovery via e-mail
  • Access account's URL directly form the application

What's new in AllPasswords

Version 1.6:
  • This version adds support for import of vault data from a spreadsheet.
  • Supports both Numbers and Excel format. The spreadsheet data needs to be formatted in a certain way. For more
  • information visit AllPasswords support page

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How would you rate AllPasswords app?

4 Reviews of AllPasswords

gts-williams-1
01 May 2011
Version: 1.2

Most helpful

No, not 1Password, but for 2 bucks, seems like a pretty useful vault app., which apparently includes the ability to assign names/passwords to URLs from the app itself. Of course if you already have 1P, as I do, you'd have no need for this, but if not -- 2 bucks vs. 40? An attractive choice. Choice is good.
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Cowicide
12 October 2011
Version: 1.5
If a dev names themselves after another product like 1Password (which I already use) it makes me suspect of them. They should seriously consider changing the name of this app.
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0.5
Vkubalkova
31 August 2011
Version: 1.4
Bought it - it got downloaded but that was the end of it. I cannot get to the developer's site, there is no help, when it opens all of the menus have grey letterig - I click "new" and it take me to my documents SO it does not matter - $2 is not much to throw away
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gts-williams-1
01 May 2011
Version: 1.2
No, not 1Password, but for 2 bucks, seems like a pretty useful vault app., which apparently includes the ability to assign names/passwords to URLs from the app itself. Of course if you already have 1P, as I do, you'd have no need for this, but if not -- 2 bucks vs. 40? An attractive choice. Choice is good.
(4)
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waryuser
15 March 2011
Version: 1.0
Another failed attempt to be 1Password
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