What's New- Versioning : go back in time and retrieve older version of your passwords.
- Deleted items : deleted passwords are now saved for 30 days, unless restored or permanently deleted
- Upgraded password generator : generates strong yet memorizable passwords using common words.
- New safe offline mode: now read only when not connected to the Internet.
- Bug fixes and other small interface tweaks.
Password Sync will receive no further updates but should keep working until December 31st, 2014. Please visit our website for more details on our deprecation policy.
This app WILL ONLY SYNC WITH PASSWORD SYNC 1 on iOS, it WILL NOT SYNC WITH PASSWORD SYNC 2.
A new app, compatible with Password Sync 2 will be released on OS X before yearend. It will be a separate download. Only download this version of Password Sync if you'd like to sync your existing Password Sync 1 data with your iOS device OR if you're a Password Sync 1 user wishing to re-download the app. Once again, if you bought or plan to buy Password Sync 2 on iOS, know that this OS X app will NOT sync with your iOS device.
Password Sync 1 users can also use Password Sync Data Exporter to export their data to CSV or JSON formats.
Password Sync is a secure and fast way to store passwords and keep them synchronized across your devices.
Powered by industry standard encryption technologies (AES-256), Password Sync uses the processing power of your Mac to encrypt and decrypt your passwords in a fast and reliable way. The key used to encrypt your password list is never shared on the network, keeping your data safe, even when stored in the cloud.
With a clean and to-the-point interface, Password Sync is the password wallet app you'll actually use.
Even better: it syncs across Macs, meaning you can access your password list from anywhere and anytime, even on the go using Password Sync for iOS (sold separately).
Password Sync also brings versioning to password management softwares: go back in time and restore an older version of your passwords. As simple as that!
This version of Password Sync comes with a capacity of 250 passwords syncing across devices. You will need a (free) Google Account (your Gmail address or YouTube account for example) to authenticate the first time you launch the App. Note that Password Sync uses OAuth and therefore plays well with Google's 2-step verification.
June 12, 2013 Price Decrease: $7.99 -> $0.99
November 24, 2012 Price Decrease: $7.99 -> $4.99
June 26, 2012 Price Decrease: $14.99 -> $7.99
June 15, 2012 Price Decrease: $8.99 -> $2.99
October 05, 2011 Initial Release