Having trouble remembering all your web site login details? 1Password is a secure password manager for Android that helps you create and store passwords for all the sites and accounts you use.
What 1Password does
Essentially, 1Password is a secure repository for passwords and other important information, such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, and passport numbers. These details are encrypted and stored within the app, which is locked with a master password.
Once you've stored a username and password for a site you can use 1Password to open and log into the service with a simple tap. Sure, 1Password uses its own, very limited, web browser for this, but it's a very quick way to open and sign into a site. If you want to stick with your existing Android browser, you just need to tap on the password, then hit an icon to copy the details to the clipboard.
1Password also comes with a secure password generator that lets you upgrade the strength of passwords in a snip.
Other noteworthy features of 1Password include programmable auto-locking of the app, and a Dropbox sync feature so you can synchronize your passwords between the Android, desktop and iOS versions of the application.
1Password makes it very easy to manage your collection of passwords. Each password is assigned a category (logins, identity, credit card, membership card, etc.). This helps to keep the interface neatly organized and uncluttered and allows you to find stuff quicker. You can also search within categories.
You can add passwords to your favorites so you can have even quicker access to your regularly-used logins, and there are folders for organizing groups of passwods, too.
A neat way to store passwords
1Password is an excellent solution for keeping your passwords together under lock and key.