With Tiny Password, you don’t need to remember all the usernames, passwords, web addresses and those boring information in modern life. Tiny Password provides a safe and simple way to store and manage all your passwords and private information. It can save your credit card details, PINs, bank accounts, notes, web site logins…etc in a highly secure position.
Tiny Password uses 256bit AES encryption to protect your passwords, accounts, credit cards and more. You can trust that no one else will have access to your most important information.
- Secure storage for passwords, usernames, PINs, credit cards and bank info.
- Strong 256bit AES encryption.
- Time-out locks to protect the app from prying eyes.
- Optional auto-lock protects your passwords from hackers.
- Backup and restore data via Wi-Fi and Dropbox at anytime.
Easy to use:
- Standard templates for fast data entry.
- Customize categories and all the details.
- Mark any records as Favorite for quick access.
- Provides search and sort to manage your records.
- No limitation on the number of records.
- Clean and nice interface.
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- Stunning new user interface designed.
- Minor bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Good improvements overall
Love the new interface layout. I like the consolidated look and how it works just as well as before. I liked the old darker color scheme though, as too many apps have gone to a white basis now and it's getting to be a bit too much. The black made sense for keeping a covert connotation with passwords and such. I HATE the new logo with the big PASS word across it. Quite ugly across the revolted logo. Just change it to the new white logo if you must keep the color scheme. I liked the old name too. The new one is too long. Maybe it was needed for legal reasons though...who knows.
It was above average & it's now improved
I gave this app a 5-star rating a month ago, although I disliked the background & the fonts made it hard to see the data (see below). They listened & "fixed" it. Thanks (LOL, can I take credit for the improvements?)😊. I believe, they also added a few nice features.
My entire review on 10 October 2015 follows:
Simple & easy to use with several ready-to-use "templates" for different categories or types of passwords, id's, etc. You can also add data fields to those templates or you can create your own templates for other types of data by choosing from 8 different data types, including images from your camera or library.
This would be one of my primary apps for storing sensitive or non-sensitive types of data, but I have 1 suggestion. I dislike the solid black background, especially since the green or red fonts for field names are too pale & small to easily read. An option to chose at least 1 other theme would be helpful. And backup to Dropbox is quite fine with me, but 'nowadays' many people might prefer to have auto-sync to iCloud.
The last update for this app was about 10 months ago. This developer has several other good apps, some of which were updated only days ago, so maybe these or other improvements have been made in a future update. I really like their "Planner Plus" (but the pay version is a little overpriced), their "TinyPDF", and a few others.
Lost MAJOR points!!!
There was a problem with the touch feature of the password. I wrote them about the problem. They sent me a form letter that had nothing to do with the subject I wrote about. I wrote back expressing the importance of not being able to get to my passwords but they never got back to me. I'm not sure exactly but I don't think the people responding to the emails knew the English language very well. This is definitely an app that you need to understand what people are talking about in order to them respond correctly. I've not been able to use the app - which means NONE of my passwords. I've lost all respect for this company. Beware! Relying on using the touch feature may be a big mistake! It sometimes decides that it doesn't want to work. That wouldn't necessarily be a problem if the key-in password you chose works after initiating the touch feature. Either get a different app or don't use the touch feature and rely on it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.