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Buttercup1.20.4

20 July 2020

Free password manager.

Overview

Buttercupis a beautifully-simple password manager designed to help manage your credentials. Buttercup uses very strong encryption to protect your sensitive details under a single master password - Feel free to use stronger and more complex passwords for each service and let Buttercup store them securely.
Buttercup is free to download and use and is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Use it alongside the browser extension and mobile app for a completely portable experience.

What's new in Buttercup

Version 1.20.4:
This release includes the following fixes and improvements:
  • Fixes Buttercup vault import errors on some vault files
  • Updates to localization

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How would you rate Buttercup app?

3 Reviews of Buttercup

4.5
Rasputinsrevengereloadet
28 January 2019
Version: 1.14.0

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Pretty cool software. Open source, very important when it comes to sensitive data! Only thing i'm missing is the possibility to create notes.
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Gazman
20 January 2020
Version: 1.18.2
This looks like a really good, open-source alternative to 1Password. Unfortunately, there's currently no browser extension for Safari on desktop. If/when a Safari extension gets developed (it's on their roadmap), I'll give this another look.
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4.5
Rasputinsrevengereloadet
28 January 2019
Version: 1.14.0
Pretty cool software. Open source, very important when it comes to sensitive data! Only thing i'm missing is the possibility to create notes.
(1)
Big Johnson
10 September 2018
Version: 1.10.1
Sorry, not gonna use software named Buttercup.
I don’t want to be heard using the word Buttercup. I don’t even like typing the word Buttercup.

The icon looks pregnant - why is there a bulge on the padlock?
Is it a tumor? Is it a parasitic twin?

The description fails to mention a very important point found on the App Store: That it’s open-source. There’s also no screenshot here.

Zero ratings in the App Store.

52 ratings in Google Play giving it a total of 3.8 stars, but most of them mention problems or ask for additional features. One recurring complaint is there’s apparently no offline/local storage. I personally won’t use any app that requires my passwords to leave my home.
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