Download size< 1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- data services
- web browser component
- WVGA (480x800)
- SD card
- internet connection
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
Manage all your passwords securely and conveniently on the phone that's always with you. The single master password you seledct is used to encrypt all thy other passwords in your collection using AES-256 encryption. Your master password is NEVER stored. * Backup and restore your encrypted passwords to OneDrive. You can even backup on one phone and restore to another. * Use the predefined categories for your passwords, or create your own in the language of your choice. * Use Cortana to find a password item from your collection. Of course you must authenticate by entering your master password before the information is displayed. This release includes improved error handling for logon validation and import decryption errors. Bug fix for password timeout and setting to disable voice control not saving properly. Much of the computer code for Password Padlock is now shared between Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 versions. These are the major changes in this release to both platforms: New option to share most settings between Windows and Windows Phone. Note that your master password is NEVER stored. Be aware that your encrypted password collection is NOT automatically synced among devices as it may become too large for automatic sync, so use OneDrive upload/download to share encrypted password collections among your devices. IMPORTANT: It may take from several minutes to over an hour for changed settings to be visible to other devices. App now checks for newer data on OneDrive than device on program startup. App now checks for newer data on device than on OneDrive on program startup. You can now specify subfolders for OneDrive backup using \\ character in folder name. Faster startup loading and decrypting password data using shared decryption logic. Bug fix for blank category for password item on Windows. Bug fix for rename password item not working correctly on Windows Phone. Windows Phone: OneDrive access now automatically uses your phone's Microsoft Account. Windows Phone: New option to specify length of generated passwords. Windows Phone: Now you can export Password Padlock data using email attachments and import from files. Windows: File import/export on Options-Defaults fly out now also includes category data. Windows: Double-tap category name in category list to edit it. Windows: Double-tap user ID or password to copy it to clipboard. Windows Phone: Double-tap user ID or password to copy it to clipboard.
10/16/2014Does exactly what I need.
10/15/2014It displays my info without having to log in. Just tap on the icon and there they are for everyone to see.
10/14/2014So not too long ago I would open this app to find a number pad. I created a numerical password that worked perfectly. Today the app opens with a different display and will not accept my password or even show my password hint. Whatever caused this, it's the second time all my information has been inaccessible. I'm done with this app.
10/14/2014Great product. It has come in really handy for me.
10/13/2014Excellent app. Stores all my passwords between two computers and my smartphone.
10/9/2014Doing me a great service. Thank You. :-)
10/9/2014I ❤ the app specially with customized category modification ability; but there is a bug which in case i if want to have a category without password field; then i set password's field's title empty but it still shows that field but without the title; which it shouldn't be shown at all!!!