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  • Category: Security
  • Published by: PhoneDev.net ?
  • Size: 43 KB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    Better detection of website icons. Improved graphics.

PasswordsLive

PasswordsLive is a visual, easy and secure way to store your passwords and other private information.

Features:

  • Visually shows your entries with the website's icons
  • Securely stores your login information for websites and other information
  • Encrypted data is backed up in the cloud stored on Windows Live
  • Password generator easily generates strong passwords
  • Copies usernames and passwords to the clipboard
  • Snaps to the side for easy access to information
  • Import and Exports PasswordLive data
  • Automatically sorts entries by title
  • Change background to your favorite color

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26 comments



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1 April 2015

This is the best Password wallet I have found. Not only are my passwords stored in one place, but both passwords or user name is copied with one click. In addition, the relating website is one click away.


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25 January 2015

very good


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26 December 2014

No import option as described.


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10 October 2014

I've JUST STARTED USING IT, WANTED DOMETHING SIMPLE


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9 October 2014

I would like to know how to save a backup?


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25 August 2014

nice


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12 April 2014

This app took me 1 Red Sox game to load 59 websites and verify each website was typed correct!! Thank for being simple and not frustrating!!!


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2 April 2014

I needed an program to manage my passwords, that could export if needed, the information entered for each site. Passwords live fit the bill admirably.


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17 March 2014

Pretty good app. I like the idea of having a "quick glance" icon next to the title but maybe I'm missing something...how do you close the app when you're done using it? What's the use of having a "secure" place to store all your information if anyone else can access that information because you can't close the app? What's the use of having a master password if you don't need it? Am I missing something here?


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30 December 2013

I tried other password savers and they were too complicated. They had you do this and that and click and clack. PasswordsLive you simply type in your information and there you go! Thank you for making such a great app for Windows8.

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