iPassword
iPassword
2.0.3

0.5

iPassword free download for Mac

iPassword

2.0.3
08 January 2017

A simple and safe password management tool.

Overview

iPassword is a simple and safe password management tool.

In everyday life, passwords are almost everywhere. We need to remember more and more passwords. In fact, we often forget them. Is there a tool to help me manage all my passwords? If you have the same questions, iPassword may give you some help.

iPassword has the following characteristics:
  • Simple
    • Simple user interface and easy operation.
  • Practical
    • Support groups feature, you can classify all passwords reasonably.
    • Support fast search feature, which can help you quickly locate the password item you're looking for.
    • Support free sorting feature, you can drag any password item to modify the display order of the list.
    • Support Database import and export functions, you can back up the database in real time, or use backuped database .
    • Support to generate a password for you.
  • Safe
    • Passwords, notes and other sensitive information are encrypted using complex algorithms, make sure your information is secure.
    • When to open the software, edit item and look up the sensitive information, you must use your main access password to confirm. So, otehers are prevented to view and modify your informations.
    • It is a completely stand-alone software, there will not be any network behavior when using it. The password database exists only on your computer, and only you can open it with your main password, the password leak is not possible.
  • iCloud Support
    • You can backup database to your iCloud account or restore it from iCloud easily. So don't worry about losing your data sometimes.

What's new in iPassword

Version 2.0.3:
  • Fixed some bugs in macOS Sierra.

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6 iPassword Reviews

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Programhappy
22 June 2015

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This software is a clear ripoff of 1Password, both in name and in function. It should be removed from MacUpdate.
Like (5)
Version 2.0.1
TCalhau
08 July 2015
More a cheap imitation of the excellent 1Password.
Like (3)
Version 2.0.1
Kobalt
22 June 2015
If the almost identical appearance of this app to 1Password isn't enough to set those warning bells ringing, their comments page alone is enough reason to be very wary of installing this app. Especially this reply from the 'developer' to a question about the app not synching via iCloud:

"Because we thought that storing password in iphone or ipad is not safe for user, we have not released the ios version of iPassword for iphone or ipad, we just released the Mac version.
So the iPhone and iPad app you used now may be another developer’s product but with the same name."

http://www.easylifestudio.info/?p=11#comment-1038

ZERO stars from me.
Like (5)
Version 2.0.1
Dave-A
22 June 2015
This is VERY clearly a ripoff of the excellent and highly secure 1Password by Agilebits. Anyone who would trust their precious passwords and secret information to this app, deserve what they get. Just a visit to the developer's web site should give you cause for concern; no indication of what nationality the developer is, or what country this originates from. While I did not test it thoroughly, I saw enough warning bells to make my skin crawl. Buyer beware!!!
Like (5)
Version 2.0.1
1 answer(s)
Panocha
Panocha
22 June 2015
and then people wonder how the chinese are getting all of our information. If you use this thing, you deserve whatever you get.
The name alone is a direct ripoff of 1password, which is completely encrypted.
If they worry about storing the data on an iPhone, iCloud, or other device, then obviously the data is NOT secure!
Like (3)
Fishboy
22 June 2015
the Beijing version of 1Password?
Like (2)
Version 2.0.1
Kitmos
22 June 2015
Agreed, this is an attempted ripoff of 1password
Like (3)
Version 2.0.1
Programhappy
22 June 2015
This software is a clear ripoff of 1Password, both in name and in function. It should be removed from MacUpdate.
Like (5)
Version 2.0.1
4 answer(s)
SegN3rd
SegN3rd
22 June 2015
I was about to say the same thing.
Like (2)
Dumond
Dumond
22 June 2015
The price however is significantly different.... Not everyone can afford to dish out 50 clams for password app -- I've never tried it, but I'm sure it lacks the many bells and whistles 1Password has including iOS support... You get what you pay for!
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Panocha
Panocha
09 July 2015
They should have just called it "2password".
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Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
09 January 2017
As per usual: You Get What You Pay For.
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