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    Free KeePass Alternatives for iPhone

    KeePass is not available for iPhone but there are plenty of alternatives with similar functionality. The best free iPhone alternative is Bitwarden, which is also Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 100 alternatives to KeePass and loads of them are free and available for iPhone so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting free iPhone alternatives to KeePass are LastPass (Freemium), Authy (Free), Enpass (Freemium) and Buttercup (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Dec 31, 2021

    1. The QubiBox is a simple and powerful password and information manager you can use to organize and secure data such as passwords, financial records, bank account details, credit card numbers, ATM PINs, legal and financial documents, etc.
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      • FreemiumProprietary
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      • Online
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      SecureSafe is an award-winning online storage solution for companies and individuals alike. The cloud safe simplifies online file sharing and protects documents and passwords, offering a level of security comparable to a Swiss bank.
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    2. Password Vault Manager lets you and your team centralize your organization’s passwords and credentials into one secure repository.

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      The company is phasing out Password Vault Manager. The program will be replaced by Devolutions Server

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      For those that use Remote Desktop Manager, this application integrates seamlessly. Does autofill and autotype in the top browsers and has the option of using an SQL data source.
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    3. Cloverleaf is a complete redesign of the traditional password generator/storage system.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      Passwordmaker creates unique, secure passwords that are very easy for you to retrieve but no one else. Nothing is stored anywhere, anytime, so there's nothing to be hacked, lost, or stolen.
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    4. mPass Password Manager is the best password manager app that allows you to keep and manage passwords, logins, and other private info safe and secure in one encrypted database and access them anywhere on any device.
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      • FreemiumProprietary
      • iPhone
      • iPad
      Keeply is the perfect app to protect your privacy. Only you can access your private information by entering your 4 or 6-digit password or by using your fingerprint. With Keeply, you can add passwords, notes, pictures, credit card information.
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      password manager that uses biometric authentication.
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      True Key vs KeePass opinions
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      True key does not unlock with a password
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      JohnFastman Why anyone would trust a proprietary closed-source, US-based password manager is beyond me. Try one from this list of open-source alternatives instead: KeePass (local, sync yourself), KeeWeb, Encryptr, KeePassX, Master Password (no database to hack), MacPass.
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      • Free PersonalProprietary
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      Let's get rid of usernames and passwords. oneID was founded because we believe that people should be able to manage their own identity online with ease. oneID is reinventing identity, empowering people, and solving real business problems.

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      Website is gone, apps no longer available on app stores.

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    5. Instead of using a username, email and a password, SQRL uses an app to login to SQRL-aware websites. When SQRL logs you into a website, your identity is a long code that looks like this: E6Qs2gX7W-Pwi9Y3KAmbkuYjLSWXCtKyBcymWloHAuo.
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