3 iPhone Password Managers That Make Life Easier

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If you’re like everyone else with an iPhone you certainly find yourself online quite a bit. With all of the services offered online you can find yourself overwhelmed by the sheer number of passwords to keep track of. Enter: the iPhone password tracking app.

Below you will find some pros and cons of the top the password managing apps available for the iPhone.  These are the ones that I am most familiar with.

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mSecure Password Manager

This password management app is among the most secure available for your iPhone. It boasts 256 bit Blowfish encryption, a type of keyed encryption that was designed in 1993 and, to date, has no effective cryptanalysis. Also included are 17 standard templates for data entry, integrated search, and the ability to share records via email, SMS or clipboard.

The one con of this app is backing up your data is done via iTunes which can be a very lengthy process.

Strip Password Manager

Strip has been protecting data on mobile devices for over 12 years. That’s a lot of time and experience for an application! This app offers a powerful data encryption and the ability to store information without templates. It’s a blank canvas for you to put any type of data into.

The first 10 entries are free but beyond that you have to pay to play.  Now that’s cold.

SplashID Safe Password Manager

SplashID is an award-winning data vault application for the iPhone with over 500,000 users across the globe. It accepts all types of sensitive data including bank account numbers, passwords, credit card data, usernames and passwords. This is a highly secure application.

A couple of cons for the SplashID app are that the software forces you to upgrade, regardless how happy you are with the current version. On top of that it seems that tracking down tech support is a bit of a challenge.


Did I miss anyone on this list?  What do you use for your password manager?


About the Author: Jessica Silva is a mother of 2, snowboarder, and marketing rep of a specialized iphone case company outside Salt Lake City, Utah.

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  1. Ashok says:

    Recently, about 6 months back, one famous password manager vault was hacked. I hope these password managers have secure system.
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  2. Megan Watson says:

    I know that LastPass was hacked twice before. I have not heard about the other one.

  3. Jason says:

    I’ve been using SafeWallet and they just announced a new client for iPad too, so I’m using it to sync my website logins & passwords between my Windows, iPhone and iPad. Definitely recommend checking it out! http://goo.gl/ZHgiX

  4. Peter Lee

    I don’t use iPhone, hence am not familiar with these iPhone password managers. I wonder if anyone could recommend something similar for Android?
    Peter Lee recently posted..Too many Passwords – How to remember them all?My Profile

  5. I am planning to buy an iPhone wallet case however, they are very expensive 🙁 but it seems worth for the quality we will get 🙂 Currently I own an iPhone 4S, however it easily gets scratched. One more thing, the screen are not clear anymore and that is not that great as well. ;(

    Hopefully I can have the chance to buy that case for my iPhone. Looking forward for more posts about iPhone accessories. Great article anyway!

  6. MadelaineCox says:

    Great ideas you have there. Your topic is very interesting as it shows all the facts that could be given about ipad accessories. I hope to see more of your post. I totally love it!!

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