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Apps with 'Save Attachments' feature
KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file. KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePassX, the cross-platform port of KeePass for Windows. Every feature is cross-platform and tested to give users the same feel on each operating system, including the loved auto-type feature. Whether it's bookmarks or passwords, files or shopping lists...Turtl organizes it all and makes it easy to find later. Sync across your devices. Leave nothing behind. Microsoft To-Do is a simple and intelligent to-do list that makes it easy to plan your day. Whether it's for work, school or home, To-Do will help you increase your productivity and decrease your stress levels. Web and desktop password manager compatible with KeePass. Carnet is a complete and rich note taking app for Android and Linux that can be synced with NextCloud (selfhosted) or the official Carnet server. A Vim-inspired note-taking application that knows programmers and Markdown better. Any.DO helps you get things done with your friends in a simple & elegant way. It's free, simple & fun. A professional list-making tool. Minimalist, keyboard-centric online outliner and task management application. Free sharing, unlimited lists, free import and export. Markdown and code support. Good for geeks 🤓 and keyboard lovers 💻. A large set of useful and easy-to-use tools for every Microsoft Outlook user: Import, export and convert using EML,MSG,TXT and PST formats; remove duplicate items, process attachments and extract addresses; get reports and statistics and even more. LogsKit is a mobile tracking & monitoring app that extracts logs from smartphones. The app sends logs to logskit.com through your account, over the mobile data or WiFi through the victim’s device. Send notes to yourself fast by email. Winmail Opener is a small and simple utility that allows you to view and extract contents of TNEF-encoded messages (infamous winmail.dat).