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Is the an ipad or iphone app. that would keep track of my user id and passwords from various websites, i.e. banks, credit cards companies, etc. Thanks
posted by Noodles to Computers & Internet (19 answers total) 13 users marked this as a favorite
 
1Password?
posted by holgate at 1:59 PM on August 14, 2011


What kind of functionality are you looking for? I mean, you could just use Notes to keep a long list of them, but I'm guessing you might want more features than that.
posted by box at 2:01 PM on August 14, 2011


eWallet Go would do that, and encrypt them.
posted by still_wears_a_hat at 2:07 PM on August 14, 2011


Seconding 1Password. It's awesome.
posted by damiano99 at 2:12 PM on August 14, 2011


For years, I've used Ascendo DataVault because it has Windows, Mac, BlackBerry and iOs versions that can all sync together via wifi and local network. They have a DropBox sync functionality as well but I've resisted cloud sync for my passwords and private info.
posted by jeffmik at 2:21 PM on August 14, 2011


I'm using Keepass, as it works across my mac, windows machine, and iphone. I keep an encrypted password db in the cloud via Dropbox.
posted by bashos_frog at 2:22 PM on August 14, 2011


By the way - the encryption I mentioned is done with my own keys, and has nothing to do with Dropbox. So I am fairly confident that my passwords are safe.
posted by bashos_frog at 2:25 PM on August 14, 2011


Thirding 1Password.
posted by foggy out there now at 2:44 PM on August 14, 2011


LastPass is another option.
posted by matildaben at 2:46 PM on August 14, 2011


Nthing 1Password
posted by terrapin at 3:12 PM on August 14, 2011


1pasword Nth+1th.
posted by bfu at 4:07 PM on August 14, 2011


1pasword Nth+however-many. Just checked and DataVault doesn't appear to be quite there yet. If you use Safari, especially, you'll miss 1Password's integration there. 1Password has been around longest and seems to be setting the standard.
posted by R2WeTwo at 4:54 PM on August 14, 2011


Seconding KeePass. It's open source, free, and available on multiple platforms. Which is useful for that day that you change your mind about Apple. I'm running it on Android mobile and Linux desktop. Encrypted of course.
posted by intermod at 7:34 PM on August 14, 2011


I've been meaning to set something like this up for a while now, so thanks for the suggestions. 1Password looks pretty god but, at $10.49, it's a bit expensive for me. There is a free version of KeePass called MiniKeePass that looks like it provides much the same functionality except for not syncing across multiple devices.
posted by dg at 9:18 PM on August 14, 2011


I use SplashID, which has been around for a while and has Mac and Windows desktop clients. Mostly it's because I started using it on a Palm clone and never looked back.

Many password keepers have plugins for desktop browsers which are supposed to fill in user names and passwords. 1Password is notable for being among the earliest to do this, though other programs have caught up. There are a vast variety of password keepers for iOS, with tons of important features to consider.
posted by ZeusHumms at 9:30 PM on August 14, 2011


If you use Safari, especially, you'll miss 1Password's integration there.

Not so. Just get the (recently released) 1Password Safari Extension.
posted by Wild_Eep at 10:16 PM on August 14, 2011


1Password. Has anyone mentioned that yet?. It also can use your dropbox account to keep you synced across multiple computers and iOS devices.
posted by bluejayway at 8:44 AM on August 15, 2011


nthing 1Password.
posted by dyslexictraveler at 12:04 PM on August 15, 2011


1password
posted by phritosan at 4:19 PM on August 15, 2011


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