If you use a lot of passwords, a secure password manager can be indispensable. Since 2011, one such option for iOS users has been oneSafe. Keeping your passwords safe and synced across your iPhone and iPad is great, but until now oneSafe has been lacking in one area. That though changes with the launch of the brand new oneSafe app for the Mac.

Like the iOS version, oneSafe for Mac is iCloud enabled, meaning now you can sync all of your information across all of your devices. It's pretty much the missing link in the chain, for anyone who uses these apps seriously will likely need them on the desktop as well. The same 256-bit encryption is employed in the Mac version, as are all of the popular features from oneSafe for iOS.

The Mac version does come with some new goodies, though. A new drag-and-drop system has been employed allowing users the ability to pick up any file from anywhere on their Mac and just place it into oneSafe for quick and easy importing. The automatic backup feature will also come in handy, making sure you're covered if you ever lose your data.

The iOS version of oneSafe recently got updated to add support for the Mac client, so if you haven't picked that up yet you'll want to head into the App Store and pick it up. The Mac version of oneSafe is available to download via the Mac App Store priced at $12.99 for everyone running OS X 10.8.0 and above. But, we want to hear from you, oneSafe users. How do you like the new Mac client?