pwSafe - Password Safe for iOS now universal for iPhone and iPad

pwSafe - Password Safe for iOS is, as it's name implies, now available as a universal application for iPhone and iPad. pwSafe is a password management app that stores your passwords and allows you to sync them across devices and computers.

  • Dropbox sync, fully automatic and bi-directional (in-app purchase)
  • Password generation
  • Universal binary - iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch optimized
  • Search in all fields
  • Single tap password copy to clipboard
  • Multiple fields (title, username, password, URL, email and notes)
  • iTunes file sharing
  • Receives safes as e-mail attachments (please name your safes with a .psafe3 extension)
  • Opens safes from Dropbox (free without sync)
  • Multiple safes
  • Unlimited passwords
  • Unlimited password groups
  • Open source

If you pick this one up, let us know what you think! Check out the screenshots after the break.

[Free, with in-app purchase - iTunes link]

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Peter says:

I use this now for my Ipad, and sync it with Dropbox. That's works great. But i don't know if it's possible to see passwords on my MacPro computer. I haven't found a download for the program on my Mac. Who can help me????

Jorge Vasquez says:

Hi Peter. I just saw your comment. Yes, you can: just download this app
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jpwsafe/files/jpwsafe/SWT-0.8/PasswordSa... and open your safe (password file) from inside your Dropbox folder (you have to install Dropbox on your Mac too, if you haven't already).