Password Manager App?

Cursayer

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Whats a good app that is password protected which you can type passwords and such into?
 

Cursayer

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Anything cheaper? $2 or less.
 

Stella

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All of them suck IMO ( not the developers fault ), since can't integrate into mobile safari - they all use their in built browsers. Apple should create a plugin mechanism for mobile safari.

I occasionally use 1Password but having to switch out to another browser from mobile Safari is a big PITA.
 

AlphaVictor87

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Is there anything out there that would just have a list that you can create of websites then within that you can see a username and password associated with that site?

For example i use multiple passwords for different sites and sometimes i forget which password goes with which username on a specific site.

However i'm not accessing these sites on my phone, so things like 1password and lastpass and all these won't work because from what i can tell it looks like it saves your passwords then uses its browser to input the password when you need it.
 

Weaselboy

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All of them suck IMO ( not the developers fault ), since can't integrate into mobile safari - they all use their in built browsers. Apple should create a plugin mechanism for mobile safari.

I occasionally use 1Password but having to switch out to another browser from mobile Safari is a big PITA.
I have tinkered around with some of the iOS PW apps and have to agree with you. The OS X versions of these apps work well but the limitation you described makes them pretty worthless for me on iOS.