More and more people are using smartphones these days. In fact, some of the members from the younger generations have never used desktop computers all their life. Since we are using smartphones in everyday life more than ever before, we also use all sorts of online accounts including email, social networking, online banking and more. It is not a good idea to store your passwords for all these accounts in the web browser. For management of your passwords, you should use a specialized app like PasswordBox so that you can store them securely away from the eyes of over-curious people.
PasswordBox app for Android is a password manager that stores your passwords using the same strong encryption cipher as the White House (US government) uses. It is able to store all of your passwords in your Android phone and is also able to automatically enter them in apps and websites. It can also store secure text notes, sensitive information (like credit cards, driver licenses, passports etc.) and generate strong passwords for your use.
After creation of an account using an email address and the master password (you should choose a very strong master password as this is the only way to retrieve the stored passwords in your PasswordBox account), you can continue to add password & username credentials for any online account like Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and more. Immediately after adding an account password e.g., for Pinterest, you can continue to test it and auto-login to Pinterest just by tapping on the Pinterest icon.
You can access various other features of the PasswordBox app using the menu. One of the features of PasswordBox is the Legacy Locker – a way to leave your passwords for various accounts stored in the PasswordBox for someone you trust after you pass away (yes, this is creepy idea – but it could be useful as nobody knows of that day and time).
In addition to the credentials for various online accounts, you can also use PasswordBox app for writing plain text notes stored using strong encryption so that only you can access them. This feature can be used to write down sensitive information that you do not want anyone else to access.
PasswordBox app also comes with a strong password generator that can generate passwords containing digits, letters, symbols, mixed case etc. Using this generator you can create strong passwords that are impossible to guess. These passwords then can be copied to the Android’s clipboard for using anywhere you want.
It also has some information to save your ass when someone mugs you (in New York it happens often), your wallet gets stolen, or your lose it. When you lose your wallet, you also lose everything inside it – passport, driving license, credit cards, identity cards and so on. And then comes the problem of not remembering the passport number, credit card numbers, social security number etc., when applying for the duplicates or requesting to block your credit cards. You can save all types of cards in PasswordBox, so that you can access this information anytime you want without actually checking the physical cards and identity papers.
Conclusion: PasswordBox is an impressive password manager for Android. It can store your passwords using very high encryption cipher, auto-login you to various online accounts, generate strong passwords, store text notes securely, store all the contents of your wallet for quick access in your smartphone and more. It is a must to have app for all the Android users who want to keep their sensitive information safe.
You can get the PasswordBox app for Android from https://www.passwordbox.com/.