Password Safe is a free Android app to store passwords or other credentials with AES-128 bit encryption. Similar to other core password manager software, this one also offers a secure and safe way to save all your passwords. No more forgetting or writing down passwords for different websites or apps, as this app lets you easily store them in one single location. All you have to do is create a master password and start adding data which gets auto-encrypted in the app. The best part of this app is that it doesn’t require an internet connection to store passwords.
The app doesn’t support any sync feature to keep your data more secure. That means if you wish to share your confidential data with others, then you have to upload them to your Dropbox account or other services in order to access them on another device. It also lets you generate complex passwords by defining the number of passwords, password length, and character sets. You can create categories for storing your passwords accordingly. The other features include backup/restore database, customize the interface, view statistics, password generator widget for the home screen, and import/export CSV files.
The below image shows the app interface with the option of adding a new password.
Note: You can upgrade to AES-256 bit encryption, excel import/export, encrypted CSV files, etc. by purchasing the pro version.
How to Create and Store Passwords with AES-128 Bit Encryption:
Step 1: After installing this app, it will ask you to create a master password which can be used to access this app and all its data.
Step 2: In the main window, tap the “+” icon to add a new password file. Before saving it, you can enter details such as category, username, password, website, and comments as shown in the above image. It also allows you to add other custom fields manually with whatever title you want. All your saved password files will be visible in the main screen.
Step 3: Tap the menu icon to manage all your categories, change app settings (interface appearance and security), export/import CSV files, backup/restore database, etc.
Step 4: You can also choose the “Generate Passwords” option from the menu icon to generate secure passwords which you can use for websites and apps. As we have already discussed that after filling some details like password length, character set, et6c. it will generate passwords for you.
Step 5: This app also allows you to view statistics for the number of entries, password count, the password used multiple times, password length, and ranking of passwords. You can also view stats for categories and fields included on your password files.
My Final Verdict:
Password Safe is a very useful app for Android to store passwords with AES-128 bit encryption. It also comes with a password generator which can be used to create secure passwords for websites and apps. Personally, I like this app as it doesn’t require any internet connectivity to store passwords. Give it a try.
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