Free Password Manager App


Secure Your Digital Life with Password Manager

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Securely store passwords

Securely stores and manages all your passwords in an encrypted method

Organized view

Categorize your entries in the Password Safe

One Key Access

Access your passwords with one single master-password

No Data breach

We have two step authentication to view/recover the data

Our Great Features

Secure storage and management of your passwords, pins, accounts, access data, etc. Even Categorize your entries in the Password Safe.

  • Download Local-backup
  • Dark theme available
  • No unnecessary Android rights
  • See account activity


Difficult to memorize all your passwords? We have the best password manager for you

  • Store usernames and passwords for all of your online accounts securely in your Password Safe encrypted vault.
  • Securely store information like Banking numbers and health insurance cards in the encrypted vault.
  • Stop getting locked out of your online accounts or struggling with frustrating password resets. Let Password Safe remember your passwords for you, and keep you safe online.
Free forever

Available for your Smartphones

Password Safe 100% encrypted. Secure & manage passwords, pins, accounts and more.

Our online life is filled with passwords, and remembering each of them can be a tech hurdle. This causes many to use the same password for multiple accounts. Fortunately, password safe can create and keep track of unique passwords, which can help you avoid identity theft, data loss and other forms of online fraud.

A password manager has one primary function, it stores and remembers all your passwords so you don't have to. It will also store your passwords (Gmail, Facebook etc.) and personal information (credit card information and all) in an encrypted file, which protects the confidential data from attackers with physical access to your desktop or mobile device.
The encrypted file is accessible only through the use of a master password (one-key access). That means all you have to do is remember one password for the password manager, and then it will remember all your other passwords, bank and credit card information and other forms of data in the encrypted file.

A password-protected vault of passwords simplifies access to websites that require logins. Memorizing one master password is easier than memorizing a few passwords or, worse yet, dozens of passwords. According to the Google survey, 37% of people surveyed said they keep track of their passwords by writing them on a piece of paper.
Password managers protect the data they store through what's known as encryption. This process scrambles data so that it's tougher for hackers, cyber crooks and others to access your personal information, such as Social Security numbers and credit card numbers. Compared with storing your passwords on a piece of paper in your desk or in a digital file stored on your laptop, encryption with a password manager is akin to locking passwords up in a bank vault.

Secure password managers are extremely difficult to compromise. The usage of AES-256 encryption, the “zero-knowledge” technique, and the possibility to use two-factor authentication make password managers a much safer and easier option than basically anything else available at the moment.
When it comes to safety, the most important thing from your side is the master password, as you have to create one in order to access all the other passwords.

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