Tiny Password - Secure Password Manager

Tiny Password - Secure Password Manager

Category: Productivity
Version: 4.0
Adult Rating: 4+
Filesize: 17.03 MB
Developer: Appxy
Compatibility:   iOS 7.1 +.
Score: 3.33796
From 432 Ratings



Tiny Password - Secure Password Manager 4.0 IPA. Tiny Password - Secure Password Manager for iPhone/iPad. Tiny Password - Secure Password Manager latest version free download. Download Tiny Password - Secure Password Manager 4.0 for iPhone/iPad by Appxy directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.

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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: - 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. Get Tiny Password to manage your passwords right now. Please write to us before leaving negative reviews, as we can often help you’re your problem or help you better use this app. If you have any problems or suggestions please send a mail to [email protected], and you will get the response with solutions in a short time.

  • 1Key needs to be updated

    By QuackTweet
    The developers need to update 1key or provide the steps for users to retrieve their password information before people buy any other app you have developed.  There was no warning that we should sync to another app, I just woke up to a technical nightmare.  I don’t even see the app.  Please Explain how to recover vault information.
  • This app is a nightmare - DO NOT USE IT

    By Mandala
    The developer is negligent in updating their apps and informing users of new apps. I started using 1Key (predecessor to Tiny Passwoerd) 9 years ago and woke up to the nightmare today of not being able to open the app at all. It hadn’t been updated for the new Apple iOS. They didn’t inform 1Key users of the upcoming issues or notify us of a workaround. 
    After doing some research I figured out how to re-install the app and praise to the Orishas that this worked so now I am able to actually see my passwords. I downloaded tiny password to use the updated version of the app and now can’t sync my passwords. Have followed the directions several tomes, turned my phone off etc and still can’t sync between 1Key and Tiny Password using the http portal either.
  • ⚠️ Read Kieran W’s Review For Recovery!

    By Kalgginnbb
    Like some of you, I, too have had this app for years. I recently upgraded from a 6s to an 11 and realized the data does not transfer over automatically. But if you follow EXACTLY what Kieran W. says to do you will get your passwords back! Initially when I tried it, I couldn’t get it to transfer. But I came back to the review a week or so later and read it carefully, and it works guys! 
    Take your time, read each step, and get your passwords back. It isn’t really hard. It just takes a few steps.
    Outside of that the app is like having a digital notebook. You’re not getting functionality, you’re getting a place to store your passwords that doesn’t involved pen and paper. That’s it. 
    If you want more go to last pass or 1password. Or that other one that’s more secure and safer than those two. This app works because it’s like Web 1.0 no one is on it. It’s plus/minus is it’s simplicity.
  • Waste of time

    By kflieth
    Setup all my passwords and now the app just crashes. Tried to delete and reload and nothing. Piece of crap. Notice there are no updates for past 5 years. Clicked on support link and doesn’t work.
  • Please dear update the application

    By husain alq
    I have many things in your application but it’s not working on ios14
  • Love the app!

    By astro311
    I love this app and have been using it for a long time, probably 4+ years. I have recently had a disappointment in the slow loading/opening of the app and the pop up for the password or thump print, which is inconvenient but not bad. I really do love this app and have recommended it to several friends and family, some who also really like it as well.
  • Very good app

    By Retiredandtraveling
    I like the app for password.  Only issue bad or no technical support.
  • Offload App & Reinstall to Access Again

    By Hawk3ye75
    Experienced the same issue as others where the app would just crash after the last few updates, and thought my passwords were gone forever. But kudos to Noctu (a recent reviewer on here) who advised as to how to get the app to work again! 
    Offload (do not delete) the app via Settings / General / IPhone Storage / Tiny Password... then reinstall. App launches fine and all my data is still there. However, I’ll be searching for a new password manager immediately of course.
  • All is lost

    By the biggest kahuna
    Incredible, every single one of my passwords are gone forever. 1/02/2021
    I hate you!!
  • How to open app after 14.4 update!

    By Noctu
    I updated to the newest iOS update 14.4 and like everyone else my app would not open. I calmly freaked out and to make a long story short there IS an easy way to fix it. It feels terrifying but it worked without issue for me. Go to settings > general > iPhone storage > scroll or search for Tiny Password > Offload App (this deleted the app BUT it saves your data!) > reinstall app. With fingers crossed I opened the reinstalled app and it actually opened. It asked for my password and it works just like before (none of my data was lost and I can access my passwords again). This app doesn’t seem to have active support so I am going to start looking for a new option. I loved this app, but realizing the app is not even shown on the dev’s page anymore should concern us all.


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