Dropbox Passwords - Manager 4+

Access and Autofill Passwords

Dropbox, Inc.

    • 3.3 • 169 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



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.

Terms of Service: https://www.dropbox.com/terms
Privacy Policy: https://www.dropbox.com/privacy

What’s New

Version 216.28

Sundry bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
169 Ratings

169 Ratings

B.Dave ,

Been waiting... will wait a little longer

I’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.

Tlatch89 ,

It’s decent for a new app, needs improvements

I 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

dmilbradt ,

Hope this gets better

It is surprising that a company with the resources of dropbox would put this out in public even if it is their first try. When you first start working with it you realize that even though it looks like there are possibilities for importing passwords from your browser or from a previous password manager in CVS form neither of these options work. When you start transferring all of your passwords manually you realize that you can’t copy and paste notations that you’ve made in your old password manager.

It’s a very bad sign when the very first things you need to do with the program are faulty from the get-go. I can only hope that Dropbox invests some resources to make this function at least on a very basic level. The password manager I have been using for the past few years is no longer able to sync through dropbox. I can’t imagine that this is an accident but, I could wish the dropbox would do a better job if it’s going to squelch competition and try to make a replacement.

App Privacy

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