Everykey 4+

No more Passwords or Keys

Everykey Inc

Designed for iPad

    • 4.2 • 195 Ratings
    • Free



Everykey is the world's first universal smart key that replaces your passwords and keys. Using military grade security, Everykey wirelessly unlocks your computer and automatically logs you into your online accounts when you're nearby, then locks everything down when you walk away. Soon it will unlock your iPhone, iPad, door locks, cars, and other access controlled devices too! If you lose your Everykey, you can remotely freeze it, so no one else can use it.

Everykey is available for all major mobile and desktop operating systems.


Password Manager - Generate and manage your website passwords and use them to login

Freeze - Temporarily deactivate a lost or stolen Everykey

Battery - Monitor the battery percentage on your Everykey and receive an email when it's running low

Customize Range - Customize the range of an Everykey

Setup - Setup a new Everykey to work with your iOS device

Firmware Update - Update the firmware of an Everykey over the air


An Everykey is required in order to use Everykey for iOS. You can purchase an Everykey from our website:


What’s New

Version 2.6.7

Fixed - Pairing issues for new accounts

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
195 Ratings

195 Ratings

Mrpipeliner ,

Great Idea!

I thought that this was a great idea and bought everyone in the family one. Unfortunately I am the only one using it because the others found it somewhat difficult to setup and use. And to be truthful it could be better/easier to set up and use. I am somewhat more experienced with electronic devices and can manage. I have mine on my keychain but I am finding out that keeping it there is not working well for me because my keys are out of range at times for the Bluetooth to work, so probably need to just keep it in my pocket. Recharging it also gets kind of annoying too because of the frequency, but you have to charge everything these days so once every couple of days probably isn’t too bad. Overall it’s a great idea and I’m starting to get used to it.

jseidell ,

Great concept, implementation is lacking

The simplicity and security put into EveryKey from the start is a game changer. This could be a revolution in password management and personal security. However using it day to day leaves a lot to be desired. First, you find the simplicity way too simple. No way to link a single login to multiple websites, so you end up with duplicates. Also since no names or titles for logins finding your login can be challenging. no way to create applicant logins unless they are tied to a website, so logins for mobile or computer apps. Only allows storing a single computer login, so one device cannot be used for windows login on multiple computers. Perhaps the biggest complaint is since data is constantly pulled from cloud the mobile experience is atrocious. Routinely takes 30 to 60 seconds to get logins to load when not on wifi. They really should embed local data files with the app. Positive aspects are that these are all mainly software problems, but I would personally wait to purchase until they can resolve these user experience problems.

BeastSlayer80 ,


This is a great idea! Execution leaves a little to be desired. It could be easier to set up. The app itself is dull and boring. There could be more features in the app like storing personal information like debit cards, credit cards, ids, email address, and physical address. If you 1Password app and added the EveryKey to it would be closer to perfect. I know this is only for rating apps but I still have to mention that the EveryKey device/fob could use a hardware upgrade i.e. support for Apple Watch, usb-c port upgraded from micro usb, and better battery life. (Once I write my full review I will post the link here).

App Privacy

The developer, Everykey Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Other Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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