Secrets
Secrets
3.2.3

4.5

Secrets free download for Mac

Secrets

3.2.3
07 December 2019

Secure password manager and wallet.

Overview

Secrets is a simple and secure password manager and secure wallet. Store your passwords, credit cards, bank details, and more, safely, using OpenPGP - a proven industry standard encryption format. Take your secrets with you by syncing with your iPod, iPhone, or iPad.

Highlights
  • Store all your passwords, credit cards, bank details and other private information securely in one place.
  • Automatically fill logins on Safari or Chrome at a click of a button. No more copying and pasting!
  • Your secrets, on all your devices. Using iCloud your secrets are effortlessly kept in sync across you Mac, iPod, iPhone, and iPad (iOS app sold separately).
  • Generate strong, secure passwords and enjoy the security of having unique passwords for all your logins.
  • Intelligent search helps you find your secrets quickly.
Security
  • Your data is stored in the OpenPGP format - a time-tested and well known industry standard - and encrypted and signed with AES and RSA algorithms.
  • The Secrets app is the one and only app that decrypts and handles your data. There are no browser extensions or helper apps that can access your data.
  • Automatic locking keeps your secrets safe even if your device is lost or stolen
  • The secure and customizable strong password generator creates unpredictable and unique passwords

What's new in Secrets

Version 3.2.3:

Note: While the software is classified as free, it offers in-App Purchases.

  • Added ability to import data from Enpass.
  • Implemented various minor enhancements.
  • Other minor bug fixes.

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7 Secrets Reviews

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ahmedhatata-ah
01 March 2019

Most helpful

The most reliable and convenient password manager that I have ever come across, very simple , elegant design with very easy to use security and settings . The most important thing that make secrets stands out the box is that no subscription model . Unlimited items for pro version . All kinds of passwords, logins, sensitive data , etc . Awesome application seriously.
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Version 2.8.5
Ptk3
31 May 2019
Is there a way to import from other apps, like 1password ?
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Version 3.0.0
1 answer(s)
Filou53
Filou53
29 July 2019
yes, it seems to be ok:
" Transfer passwords and other information from applications like 1Password and LastPass to Secrets. "
(on https://outercorner.com/secrets-mac/ )
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ahmedhatata-ah
01 March 2019
The most reliable and convenient password manager that I have ever come across, very simple , elegant design with very easy to use security and settings . The most important thing that make secrets stands out the box is that no subscription model . Unlimited items for pro version . All kinds of passwords, logins, sensitive data , etc . Awesome application seriously.
Like (1)
Version 2.8.5
nobody2011
21 July 2018
Free for up to 10 items. $19.99 in-app purchase for unlimited items.
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Version 2.6.2
DemandExcellence
04 February 2018
Is there a "family" license fee or do I have to pay $20 for each platform (have 5)?
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Version 2.4.7
Jimw
13 November 2016
It is only free for 10 entries. For more items a purchase is required.
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Version 2.0.0
I'm not keen on the fact that it uses the same name as another great Mac app.
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Version 1.0.3
2 answer(s)
hmfwic47
hmfwic47
25 January 2017
What's its name?
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Jimw
Jimw
23 March 2017
To hmfwic: Secrets,; duh!

It was a customizing tool for MacOS that allowed the settings of hidden parameters; similar to Deeper but with many more settings. The last update was in 2009 and seems to be abandoned and no longer supported but was the best of its kind in it's heyday..
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Skapplin
12 May 2016
This may be wonderful software, but I have two comments: 1. Does not provide information on whether it can import data from other password managers such as 1Password and many others. I have no use for such a product unless I know what it can import. 2. I am opposed to the concept of having to pay for software I cannot try out first. I am not throwing away $20 on an unknown. If you want my business then you need to provide a trial version I can test. You may have the best password manager ever made, but I'm not going to pay for it without learning if it's worth spending money.
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Version 1.0.0
2 answer(s)
Albertkinng
Albertkinng
31 July 2017
you can use it for free... you decide after that if it worth your money or don't...
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DemandExcellence
DemandExcellence
04 February 2018
Their website indicates that passwords can be imported from 1Password.
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