Securely track your Firefox passwords and access them anywhere
Quickly open any website from the app to get into your accounts

Use Face ID or Touch ID to lock the app and keep your passwords private
Secure your information with an automatic timer which locks the app
Tap to copy your username and password to get into apps and websites
Set the browser you want to open your website URLs
Created by Mozilla, voted the Most Trusted Internet Company for Privacy

What’s New

Version 1.8.1

Thank you for updating to the latest version of Firefox Lockwise! This version includes bug fixes and stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
114 Ratings

114 Ratings


Good start to combining passwords between browsers

Easily syncs between Mac/iOS/PC instances of Firefox. Integrates with iOS very well. Works with Chrome, Firefox, others as described in documentation online.

Exporting from with Desktop Safari 12 and 13 is a real chore as Apple is constantly striving for better privacy/security within its own ecosystem.

However, export from Desktop Safari can be accomplished.. You need a third-party script called “mrc-converter-suite”. to export from Safari. The resulting CSV export file from mrc-converter-suite will have to be re-formatted to Justin Scott’s (deprecated) Password Exporter plugin CSV format. Note the needed format including enclosing quotes for each website. I used Excel.

Finally, import the re-formatted CSV file using Justin Scott’s FireFox Password Exporter plugin (will also import) using Firefox Developer Edition Version 53. Once logged into Lockwise, the Safari passwords will be imported and able to be used with Lockwise.

It’d be much easier if there was a way to import directly from Safari desktop, but there doesn’t appear to be an automated or easy way to accomplish this using any other program.

Because I was ultimately successful in accomplishing this (imported 300 passwords) and I couldn’t do it with any out-of-the-box with any commercial/trial software I tried). Therefore, I’ll give it 4 stars (out of 5) but it takes time, effort and patience.

tr0mbonedude ,

Good, needs a few more features

This is a great start and I particularly like how it’s directly integrated into Firefox. I like that this app comes from one of the most trusted companies in terms of privacy. With all this said, I don’t yet think it stands out from other password managers like LastPass or 1Password. For example, LastPass structures it like somewhat like this: Password entry: - Entry Name - Website Address - Password - Additional Notes. Additionally, they have a versatile password generator and you can add and remove entries from any LastPass application. So LastPass makes it very quick and easy to manage passwords. If these features can be implemented, I’m switching over! Also, one cool thing that might draw more users into the Mozilla realm is a password Authenticator for two-factor authentication. I mean, history proves that you have been the authority of privacy and security. It’s worth a shot, I think. And if you can offer solutions like a versatile password manager, authenticator, and whatever other super awesome things you all offer, you will raise even more awareness to services like Mozilla VPN, and take back a considerable amount of market share from browsers that could care less about privacy. I’d love to see that. Keep up the great work!

Thehiltyfamily ,

Two seriously needed features

Great job on the core features of a password storage and management system. This app is in critical need of:

1) Editing options for stored passwords. Firefox lockwise on desktop is the only way to edit saved passwords at this time. When you change a password on mobile and then proceed to forget it when you’re back at your desk, you wish you had the ability to save it in lockwise on your phone.

2) Workarounds for choppy integration into iOS by design. Maybe a widget, some backend for the shortcuts feature, or some other way to get to lockwise fast. Apple tries to kill outside password managers on iOS by making keychain the only seamless password manager on iOS. Lockwise should work around those restrictions by beating Apple at its own game and giving users a way to get to them by, say, a back-tap gesture.

Thanks, Locksise team!

App Privacy

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

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