Keychain2Go
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Sync your keychain between all of your Apple devices.   Demo ($12.95)
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Keychain2Go is the missing link for keychain sync between Macs, and between Macs and iOS devices. Finally you can access, sync, and change your keychain on multiple devices (Macs and iOS devices).

On the Mac
Keychain2Go on the Mac syncs the keychains from different Macs and iOS Devices. Every application on the Mac stores its secure keys in the keychain. Safari uses it to store the different passwords for the websites, Finder, disk images, Mail accounts, all is kept secure in the keychain on the Mac. Keychain2Go Mac makes that data on a single
What's New
Version 1.40:
  • Added workaround to get access to its own keychain items from older OS versions.
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7.2 or later
  • iOS device (iOS 5.0 or later)



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Keychain2Go User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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Drsteven reviewed on 27 Jun 2013
Maybe it is me, but it seems that the MacUpdate ad should indicate that to work with IOS, you also need to purchase the IOS app as well. Now add the $4.00 and very poor instructions and it seems not to be a good deal.
[Version 1.28]

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Alemarjd replied on 29 Jun 2013
Found same problem here. After buying the program and installing on my mac, now I find it is good for nothing. To check if it works, I need to buy the IOS app. I'm frustrated with this kind of offers where something is hidden. I will just delete the mac app and avoid the risk of finding more surprises.
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Dumond commented on 26 Jun 2013
I believe when Maverick and IOS7 rolls out, this will be done free through iCloud!
[Version 1.28]

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Neil_m replied on 25 Oct 2013
iCloud Keychain doesn't seem to allow you to see the actual passwords, it fills them in directly.

I have used this from the beginning and it has worked pretty well for me - I use it as a quick reference for accounts, passwords and secure notes.

Combined with iCloud Keychain, I don't have to copy and paste the password anymore.
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Dumond replied on 25 Oct 2013
If you want to see you passwords, just go into safari prefs and in the passwords tab at the bottom, click show passwords.
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Neil_m replied on 25 Oct 2013
Dumond, good tip.
Finally, Apple have iCloud Keychain which gets closer to filling that gap, which Keychain2go and 1 password filled.

How do you view your secure notes from the OS X keychain on you iOS?
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Dumond replied on 26 Oct 2013
Settings/Safari/Passwords & Autofill/Saved Passwords/
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Vitu commented on 26 Jun 2013
Used to be $4.99, then, $7.99 for almost a year and since May it's 14.99 on the MAS and 12.95 on the developers' site. Its price has changed more than it has been updated.

It's currently 39% off on MU Promo (coincidentally it was updated today). Hmm...
[Version 1.28]


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Holypoly commented on 26 Jun 2013
Here's how to do the syncing for free:

http://www.icreatemagazine.com/tips/os-x-tutorial-how-to-transfer-keychain-data-between-macs/

or

http://osxdaily.com/2012/07/05/copy-keychain-login-passwords-between-macs/
[Version 1.26]

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Holypoly replied on 26 Jun 2013
However, these sites describe the transfer of keychain data only between Macs, leaving out iOS devices . Keychain2go includes the latter, too - sorry, my fault.
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Stephenej commented on 15 Jan 2013
This app is actually $7.95 on the developer's site and $7.99 on the mac app store.
[Version 1.22]

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MacUpdate---Ryan replied on 15 Jan 2013
Thanks Stephenej, I've updated the price to reflect that.
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Selasley reviewed on 30 Jan 2012
Easy way to sync keychains between macs, and gives you access to your keychain on iOS devices.
[Version 1.0]

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Slob replied on 08 Mar 2012
so why d'you repeat the description above?

oh right.. you're a friend of the dev? (too much of this going on with some software)
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Davidahd rated on 27 Jun 2013

[Version 1.28]



mshehata rated on 26 Jun 2013

[Version 1.28]



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Weaselboy rated on 23 Aug 2012

[Version 1.22]


Downloads:2,773
Version Downloads:253
Type:Development : Libraries
License:Demo
Date:30 Oct 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $12.95
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Keychain2Go is the missing link for keychain sync between Macs, and between Macs and iOS devices. Finally you can access, sync, and change your keychain on multiple devices (Macs and iOS devices).

On the Mac
Keychain2Go on the Mac syncs the keychains from different Macs and iOS Devices. Every application on the Mac stores its secure keys in the keychain. Safari uses it to store the different passwords for the websites, Finder, disk images, Mail accounts, all is kept secure in the keychain on the Mac. Keychain2Go Mac makes that data on a single computer available for sync on multiple computers/iOS devices. The Mac version synchronizes data between the multiple Keychain2go instances. You keep accessing your data through programs that use the normal system keychain.

On iOS
For the first time ever, you can now access your Macs keychain on your iOS Device. You get full access to your keys stored in Keychain2Go. Never again will you fail to login to your Web mail account when abroad because you forgot your password on the Mac at home.


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