Password Apps

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: 1Password, Dashlane, mSecure, and more!

The best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad to help you create strong passwords, keep them secure, and use them when you need them!

On the hunt for the best iPhone apps and best iPad apps to help you create, store, and manage all your passwords and logins? Passwords are what keep our stuff safe, from our iPhones, iPod touches, iPads, and Macs, to the apps and services we use on them. Good, strong, unique passwords are also a complete pain in the ass to remember, and on mobile, an incredible pain to enter. However, given how many security breaches there've been lately - and how many passwords have been compromised - it's absolutely necessary. Due to the lack of browser plugins on iOS, iPhone and iPad password managers aren't as well integrated as they are on Mac or Windows, but there are still many on the App Store to choose from. But which iPhone and iPad apps are the absolute best password manager apps?

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1Password updated for iOS 7, still 50% off for a limited time!

1Password has just been updated to version 4.5 for iOS and 4.3 for Mac. The iPhone and iPad app now has a whole new design for iOS 7 along with some awesome new features including multiple vault support, unified autofill, AirDrop support, sharing, and more. A lot of the new features are available in the Mac app as well. Better yet, AgileBits is still offering 50% off both versions for a limited time!

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Best password manager apps for Mac: 1Password, LastPass, oneSafe, and more!

Easily remembered, broadly repeated passwords are for suckers. Writing them down to type back in, or copy/pasting them each time is not only a hassle, it's a disaster waiting to happen. Security just isn't easy and convenient enough for most people, most of the time. Unless... you have a great password manager app! From generating super strong, unique, pseudo-random passwords, to auto-filling logins and credit card info, a great password manager means you really can have it all — security and convenience. Here are the best ones!

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pwSafe for iOS updated with Smart Pasteboard to make inputting passwords easier than ever

pwSafe is a password management suite for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The new update brings a feature called Smart Pasteboard which aims to simplify the process of entering passwords without having to use an in-app browser at all. Just copy the information once from pwSafe, enter your usename, and tilt your phone. Your password is copied instantly.

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Knock lets you unlock your Mac by knocking on your iPhone, but not really

Knock is a new app available for iPhone that supposedly lets you unlock your Mac by simply knocking on your iPhone. It achieves this through using low power Bluetooth LE. Even if the Knock app isn't open, it should still work as long as Knock is running in the background. Or not.

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LastPass for iOS updates with new design for iOS 7

Password manager LastPass has updated its iOS app with new features and a refreshed interface for iOS 7. Field icon menus give you easier access to your passwords. Premium users get access to the Shared Family Folder, letting up to five users have access to shared login information.

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iCloud Keychain and why it's not going to improve security habits... yet

iCloud Keychain, which ships as part of iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks, is Apple's attempt to help mainstream iPhone, iPad, and Mac owner get better at managing and protecting their passwords and credit cards, and with minimal inconvenience. With a random password generation, autofill, and iCloud sync, it holds a lot of promise. Unfortunately, it may not be enough for everyone, at least not yet. Here's why...

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How we handle security at iMore: Our apps and approaches to keeping our data safe!

All this week on Talk Mobile we've been discussing security - how we keep our information, and the information of others safe. Each of us here at iMore have different approaches, different go-to apps and authentication methods, and generally different levels of paranoia we try to balance with the realities of time and convenience. So what do we do? What security apps and authentication approaches make up our personal arsenals? Here we go...

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AgileBits talks 1Password at Macworld|iWorld 2013

We've already shown you 1Password 4 for iOS from AgileBits, and [interviewed co-found David Teare, so what's left for us to do at Macworld|iWorld 2013? Talking to the other co-founder, Roustem Karimov, of course!

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First look: 1Password 4 for iOS

No doubt secreted away in multiple, remote, undisclosed -- likely underground, Batcave-esque -- locations, AgileBits has been working on an all-new version of their highly-rated security app, 1Password. Re-coded and re-designed, 1Password 4 brings a simplified design language and experience to iOS, yet also manages to ramp up the power and convenience. Unfortunately, I can't show you everything -- they're protecting it with hockey sticks and cattle brands and I can't take that kind of pain -- but I can show you some of the new vault view on the iPhone version.

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