I have used the windows version of SplashID and found it really good. User friendly and the best password management tool i have ever used. All the passwords are categorized based on your use and it can also sync to your web passwords in the browser. awesome experience
Have used this app for YEARS (maybe 10+). Started on a Palm and moved up to the PC etc.Why 2 on a 10 scale?
So, I'm looking for something better. However, So far this is the ONLY "password" manager that seems to START with a nice database (including customization for Credit Cards, Personal Data, etc as well as passwords. Everything I've seen as a "replacement" is worthless for keeping my family personal information (SSN, DL's, BD's, etc) as well as passwords.
This company charges almost $20 for EACH desktop license... so $60 for my two Windows PCs and one Mac laptop. Then they charge $10 for the IOS iPhone app, and another $10 for the iPad IOS app. That is $80 if I want to use this app fully. Total money grab. The IOS version should be no more than $10 for all versions together and $20 for unlimited desktop (Windows/Mac) license.
Also, the mobile version has a major security flaw. The fixed version 6.1 is not even available yet on the Canadian iTunes store. If anyone had older versions of this software on their IOS device, they essentially had no additional security (other than IOS lock screen and device encryption from Apple) for the last several years. How can a company developing a piece of "security software" let such a flaw make it into a production app?
[Edited by walk, April 22]
I just bought SplashID for Windows because I've been a longtime user of its iPhone app (which is ok), and I have to say that I'm disappointed bordering on angry with this guys. The Windows app is awful; it reminds me of those Windows 3.1 apps where the programmer just wanted for it to work without minding aesthetics or user-friendliness.I'm going to ditch this for 1password. The Windows app is a little more expensive, but the interface is beautiful, easy to use, and the app altogether seems much more polished. They also have an iPhone app, which is a nice plus.Splashdata: you failed miserably with this one.
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