How many times have you tried to login to an account you haven’t used in a while, only to lock yourself out because you could not remember the password? It’s happened to us all, and if you live with the internet police like I do, we are not allowed to post anything to any social media for the sake of identity theft and collection of personal data, you might be a person to tends to turn away from any kind of automated “save my password” app.
Well, worry no more. My Password – Manager is an app you can trust, and it will keep your passwords safe and secure, letting you get into the accounts you want, without having to rack your brain.
Account on different websites, like your shopping accounts, grocery apps, bank credentials, pins, security codes, and more – they can all be saved safely and securely so you get login to each account with a single tap.
The app refrains from saving personal data on just any server, it only saves information on iCloud servers using 128-bit AES encryption. This level of security matches that used by banks. It’s simple to setup and easy to use. All you have to do once you’ve downloaded the app is enter your name, provide a username, password, URL and notes, for each account. You can add custom data for each account as needed; things like pin, puk, swift, card numbers and more. Based on the type of device you have, you can also use FaceID, TouchID or just a password.
What is really neat about the app is that it supports a split view on the iPad, so you can view a screen showing the app you are trying to login to and the screen showing the login info from My Password. There is also support for a change icon, which allows you to select a discrete image that only you know. It also supports VoiceOver and can export data into different file formats, including CSV, Excel, PHP and SQL.
If you are not entirely sure whether or not you want to trust an app with your passwords and account information, you can give it a try using a free trial period. I would recommend creating a dummy account of some sort, and then using it as an entry in My Password to see how well it stores your account login information and whether or not anyone is able to hack into it. Once you are convinced, you can sign up to use it by paying a monthly fee of $0.99/month.
I think having the split screen feature on the iPad is nice, but it would be cool to have it on the iPhone as well, or at least have an easy way to capture the password from My Password Manager and enter it into the app you are trying to login to.
It is easy to use as is, but there’s always room for improvements. But, when it comes to providing a single secure and safe place to store and access your account information, it works – plain and simple.