Dropbox Passwords provides secure password storage and syncs your passwords with all your devices. It autofills usernames and passwords so you can instantly sign in to websites and apps—all while keeping your data secure. You can easily create and store unique, secure account passwords as you sign up on new apps and websites.
• Sign in to apps and websites with one click
• Store passwords as you sign in to apps and websites
• Access your passwords from anywhere with automatic syncing to all your devices
Never get locked out of your accounts again. This new password manager from Dropbox helps you sign in to your favorite e-commerce, streaming, and banking sites and apps quickly and securely.
Passwords secures your credentials with zero-knowledge encryption, so your passwords are only accessible to you and not Dropbox. This extra layer of password security safeguards your logins and helps keep hackers out.
Dropbox is trusted by more than 14 million paid users—let Passwords become your go-to iPhone and iPad password manager. Get peace of mind with the backing of a trusted leader in secure cloud solutions.
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Dropbox Passwords - Manager Positive Reviews
Been waiting... will wait a little longerI’m a big dropbox fan. I love their ecosystem and I’ve used it forever. But I have 1Password where I manage my passwords along with my senior parents info. 1password is confusing if you have a family plan, as it’s not always clear whether you’re saving password to group vault, or your own personal vault. However it’s safe and secure it gets the job done. I was hoping that dropbox passwords would be a 1Password killer. It’s not.
Dropbox password It’s a great way to store website passwords but that’s pretty much it. No custom fields, aside from the note area, and no way to share individual passwords with others. This might be a niche need, but I consistently find myself needing to help my parents with logging into different things, wifi, online accounts, etc.
Looking forward to future updates, that might add these features..Version: 204.2
It’s decent for a new app, needs improvementsI played with this today since I’m a Dropbox plus (paid) member. The interface is clean and easy to use, with plenty of security options available. Works on phone as well as desktop and browsers.
It’s not feature-rich, which is fine, but it is missing some must-have options that other password managers use.
1. It’s not very good at auto-saving a new login or account created. The password extension will show in website form fields but it’s not very “smart” when it comes to managing logins.
- This in comparison to 1Password (paid) which does a much better job at keeping track of your new, old, current(updated) logins.
2. You can’t categorize or tag your passwords...
3. It does not have much of any configuration options.
I pay for 1Password and it would be cool to replace it with my paid Dropbox Plus plan. That’s not possible right now though... I’m guessing because Dropbox Passwords is just new and they are going to add new features as time goes on.
So yeah, cool app especially if you’re only using browser or keychain passwords and would like to start using a real password manager. Not a cool app if you’re looking for a replacement to 1Password, Dashlane, Bitwarden, LastPass, etc.
I’m looking forward to seeing if Dropbox continues to update/upgrade this and maybe in a year or two they will have solved much of the feature issues. Thanks.Version: 211.2
I'll still be sticking to 1passwordI don't use dropbox because it's the cheapest. I use it coz its the best (for me). In the same way, I expect 1password to make quality products which with the recent line up sadly it didn't. First paper, and now password manager, I was excited about both of them but they were nothing but just single page apps with no depth. Especially the new password manager. Please see to it that it can have my credit card info + identity card info + notes and finally proper logins with custom logos of the websites which aren't even in your library..Version: 206.2
Simple and awesomeI don’t have much experience with other password managers besides this one so I don’t have much to compare it to; however, My dad uses keeper and I’ve been on there a couple times and one thing I noticed is it has more features but is also harder to use. One thing that’s kind of refreshing about dropbox passwords is it’s very simple and straightforward. For some people that’s a bad thing but I really appreciate it. Some people just need simple software that doesn’t have much features. You just add your password, the email, the website, and you’re done. I they’ve done a really good job with it and I especially like that it’s built into the Dropbox subscription..Version: 216.7
I have had none of the problems others have hadSo far everything works, Synchs and imports (from chrome) just fine. I’ve only had it a day, but if you tried it out when it very first launched and had issues (like I did) maybe give it another try now.
I have no doubt that eventually this will be just as strong as other password managers. Maybe it’s wishful thinking since I could never bring myself to pay for any of them, but still..Version: 206.2
Really need a proper iPad version so we don't have to look sidewaysVery nice start! Works better at this point on the desktop Mac than here in iPadOS, but here's hoping that can be improved. At the very least, please make an iPad version that respects landscape vs portrait orientation rather than making us suffer with the iPhone version, which is sideways when the iPad is in landscape. Also, I'm not seeing autoinsertion at this point, so I'm having to manually find an copy/paste. It would be nice if a second visit in a sequence would autocopy the password, btw..Version: 205.2
Decent but has memory issuesDecent password manager and great that it’s included with a Dropbox subscription.
Dropbox dev/support - there appears to be RAM or indexing issues. As I type character by character in the search field, each character takes about 1 full second to load. It’s frustrating. LastPass doesn’t do this (nothing does this, really). Please fix this!.Version: 216.7
Simple. Easy. SecureI deleted LastPass and use Dropbox Password (DBP) exclusively. Dropbox is easy to use and intuitive. I like the interface, and when choosing new apps that’s important to me. Yes, there are lots of password managers out there. Yes, there are other password managers with more features. For me, I don’t need a feature rich password manager. DBP’s localized security is fantastic. Just make sure you set up a pin if using a computer for auto-lock to work it’s magic..Version: 206.2
Awesome!Been using this app for the past few days. Far, far, far superior to SplashID which I have been using for the past few years. Great that it syncs seamlessly between devices i.e. mobile, windows and Mac. Yes, it would be awesome if the iPad app was actually designed for iPad but it doesn’t stop me from using it. I’m sure that the iPad version will get an update shortly..Version: 206.2
Clunky and stuck in portrait modeI truly thought this app would be more intuitive and streamlined than it is.
I have found it cumbersome to use. The password import process is strange. I use an iPad Pro, with a smart keyboard case. I am therefore STUCK with landscape mode. But....there is no option to switch from portrait in DB.
I think I will delete it, perhaps will retry if some of these issues are fixed..Version: 206.2
Good startThe app looks pretty but it's missing some key features:
2. Payment card autofill
3. On desktop you have to have a desktop app open and stuck in your dock / toolbar to use the browser extension instead of it just appearing in the browser..Version: 206.2
My primary password manager, but ...- landscape mode for the iPad please !
- allow the option to just tap anywhere on password row instead of the icon only to copy it to clipboard (iPad, iPhone, desktop). This makes the copy and paste when needed more efficient.Version: 212.2
Simple but needs more featuresLike it for what standard features it provides but missing some others like:
1. Folder support - big one
2. Templates for Payment Cards, software licenses, SS, passports etc.Version: 214.2
Won’t let me sign in9to5 Mac said it’s open to all but it’s till invite only. I’m a plus member but it still says invite only. Updated my rating to adjust for the 9to5 mac mistake..Version: 196.2
Can’t get this to work on the MacNot sure why but it never loads or opens on my Mac. It’s a shame bc it looks really great. Have reinstalled it several times..Version: 216.5
Almost usefulThis would be nice to use, but it does not support TOTP, which is essential. It would also be good to have a 1Password import..Version: 194.3.1
Perfect all in one serviceBest service out there.Version: 214.2
When can I have iPad Version?Hurry.Version: 206.2
OkayIt’s okay, but it needs a separate PIN to enter, other than your device PIN. You may allow someone, such as your child, to use your device with your PIN but not be able to access every single password in the app. I think it’s a big security flaw..Version: 216.16.2
Very goodLove this app much!.Version: 206.2
Needs iPad/landscape supportGreat app overall, but we really need some native iPad support.Version: 216.5
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