The Leading Password Manager for iPhone, iPad & iPod touch ◇ AES Encryption ◇ Face ID ◇ Touch ID ◇ Apple Watch ◇ Website Logins ◇ iCloud Sync ◇ Automatic Backups ◇ Password Generator ◇ Flexible Templates ◇ Advanced Security Options
Secure. Powerful. Simple. Try DataVault Password Manager today!
#1 Must-Have App for iPhone - Cnet
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Is your private information safe? Are your passwords secure?
DataVault Password Manager protects confidential information related to credit cards, bank accounts, logins and more using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), the most powerful technology to keep your data secure. DataVault Password Manager includes a unique set of features like Face ID, Touch ID, Website Logins, iCloud backups and advanced security options to protect your most precious information.
Unrivaled features and ease-of-use have made DataVault a best-selling password manager for iPhone, iPad & iPod touch.
“Essential Gear. A password manager should be one of the first apps you download. I compared a few and this one excelled because it could sync across multiple devices.”
“Rock Solid Foundation. I've tried most of the password apps and selected this one for its flexibility in defining item templates, ability to sync one database to multiple mobile devices, and strong desktop versions. I have 1100 items now and the app has performed brilliantly.”
“Terrific Customer Support. My question was answered within 24 hours and the issue resolved. Now that's what I expect from a developer!!!”
“Best App I ever bought!! Easy to use and to sync. It is truly is a lifesaver. I’ve recommended it to many friends.”
“Absolutely the best password safe across all platforms and outstanding support!”
SECURE YOUR LIFE
• Encrypts information using 256-bit AES with PBKDF2 and salting to insure the highest security of any password manager. Nobody can access your data without your master password, not even Ascendo.
• Enable Face ID to login with facial recognition and Touch ID to login with your fingerprint.
• Set Auto-Lock duration to require login after an inactivity delay.
• Set Maximum Login Attempts to wipe your data after successive failed login attempts.
• Set a hint in case you forget your master password.
• Mask information to shield it from prying eyes.
• Access passwords and private information securely on your Apple Watch.
• Log in to websites automatically using DataVault Browser or Safari.
* Choose from 65 pre-configured logins such as Amazon, Paypal, etc. or make your own.
• Generate strong passwords with settings for length & types of characters.
• Use Strength Meter to determine if your passwords are weak, good or strong.
• Backup your data automatically to insure you never lose your important information.
• Synchronize with DataVault for Mac (sold separately) using iCloud, Dropbox or Wi-Fi.
SIMPLE TO USE
• View Items in list view or folder view.
• Use Templates for common items such as bank accounts, credit cards & logins.
• Choose from 50 default templates or create your own.
• Initiate phone calls, emails or web site logins with action fields.
• Use categories & types to organize items.
And a whole lot more…
• Full iPad support with split screen display.
• 200 icons to personalize your items.
• Import from text files in CSV format.
• Import from Keeper, 1Password, EWallet, SplashID, mSecure, Keepass & other password managers with DataVault Desktops (sold separately).
• Great support.
One copy of DataVault Password Manager can be installed on up to 5 iOS devices authorized to an iTunes account.
Questions? We would love to hear from you! Contact at [email protected]
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Get peace of mind with the best password manager for iOS. Download DataVault Password Manager today!
The applications Password Manager Data Vault was published
in the category Productivity on 2009-07-25 and
was developed by Ascendo Inc..
The file size is 47.79 MB.
The current version is 7.2.15 and works well on
9.0 and high ios versions.
- Fixed crash on startup for devices running iOS 9.
- Improvements to iCloud sync.
If you have any problems with this version please email [email protected]
If you appreciate free updates, please rate DataVault favorably in the App Store.
I know I am using this app all wrong. I have adapted it to my minds way of thinking. I find little glitches and sometimes text will hang on the screen when trying to make a correction. The app works for me !
Right out of the box I had problems, and they were anything but easy to figure out. First, I could not get data imported properly from my old password manager, though DataVault *specifically* mentions that I can. I could only get the IOS app to sync with the desktop DataVault app via Dropbox (could *NOT* get iCloud or WiFi to work), and the IOS DataVault app locked up every time I tried to fast switch between it and my old password manager as I attempted to log into Dropbox sync. I know that the other big-name password manager charges an arm and a leg for yearly subscription service, but, doggone if I’m not feeling that the difference in ease-of-use makes the higher cost of the other app worth it!
I have been using DataVault for at least 13 years. I have less than 1,000 records and I am getting data corruption errors with no ability to remedy them other than black box tech support, for which I can’t even tell you if they have responded no less what they have suggested and whether I could understand it and trust it as text information or instructions coming in my inbox. I have 5 active devices that I sync to manually as I could not feel confident even with the help of an Columbia Masters graduate in network security helping me set up the cloud feature. He recommended manual sync. Rather inconvenient in the modern world but without the ability to understand how the sync works in this app it seems like a rational approach. I use the cloud every day and was an early adopter. There is no one to talk with at Ascendo to get help on these important subjects to manage one vital passwords. At this point, I have lost the plot as I have no one but a black box to seek support and answers of which I have no time to track down, remember what the problem I was after and spend another chunk of time explaining. Sound familiar? I am looking for a better way to manage my passwords as black box tech support offerings does not denote trust or nor does it help me build knowledge in an age of microseconds thanks to our Smartphones.
Used to love this app, but it stopped saving when im updating fields. This has gotten me locked out of many different places. Please fix this.
Having an app for storing passwords is a must and DataVault provides the best option in my opinion. I've used it continuosly for many years now, going back to my days using a BlackBerry. Using iCloud, I can sync with all of my multiple devices to have my passwords handy anywhere, any time. I have used DataVault on BlackBerry, Windows PC, Android, MacBook Air, iPhone, iPad, iPad Pro and Apple Watch. It works seamlessly on all platforms. One purchase buys the product - no subscription required! I prefer keeping my passwords local on my own devices and my own iCloud rather than having them on a developer's server. Anything can be hacked but I feel safer knowing I mainatin access to my passwords even if one system or device is no longer accessible. I can rely on my password database to be available if I urgently need to change paswords. DataVault is perhaps my most used, most reliable app over the course of my mobile computing history. Support is fast and excellent, too.
Love the versatility of the set up options.
I love this app. I’ve been using it for years primarily on windows and Android products. Apple applications are just as good. One thing I’m asking for - and it’s not your fault. Dropbox has changed their business model and now only allows for 3 connections per “free” account. This has severely impacted me as I don’t have any reason to use Dropbox except to sync my files across devices. Now that I have so much storage across other platforms - Apple cloud, OneDrive, Google, etc...why pay Dropbox $10 monthly for one file just because of the API access? Most of these other platforms now allow similar capabilities. I hope you’re working on other sync options and that they’ll be released soon! Any hints towards a release date? Until then, I’ll be limping along....and hoping for resolution.
I have sync'd my blackberry to three or four different windows laptops, a couple of MacBook Pros and an iPad and iPhone 4s, iPhone 6, and iPhone XS. I have always felt secure, and have had maybe two problems with synchronization getting confused. I maintain 614 separate entries. But the tool is getting a little old. Work IT DEPARTMENT wants me to convert over to 1Password. I can't get used to 1Password's user interface. My impression is that UIs have evolved but DataVault has stayed the same. Nobody here wants to use DataVault. It isn't on the list of approved password managers. I don't get it, but I admit I might be too old and set in my ways to switch. DataVault still does everything I want it to. Face Id on the iPhone Xs is the bees knees! I can have 20 character unpronounceable passwords that need not be memorized - who needs more function than that??
There are lots of password managers on the market, but DataVault is the only one I’ve researched that is much, much more. While maintaining passwords is important, it also has the capability of documenting EVERYTHING that’s important to you. I have over 300 entries in my Vault including the SS numbers of my children. I am also able to enter comments about conversations I have with vendors to document problems or issues that frequently occur. It’s nice to be able to record the “silly” security questions that many sites ask that can really help avoid having to do password resets because you forgot your answers. I find it a great place to record anything you need to pass on to your children, should you become incapable of addressing day to day online activity.
Would like to have the app to be updated to use face recognition. Phones with face recognition are forced to type password in each and every time as fingerprint is no longer an option. I will be looking to replace app if this option available. Bank apps have already updated to this option.
I highly recommend DataVault. It does a great job of managing my passwords across devices and platforms. iOS, Mac, Windows. Passwords sync across devices, works great, easy to use. Simply the best!
Ascendo continues to support this app for iPad2 even though the latest OS that it can run is IOS 9. It meets my need.
UI too clunky. May remain open in the background compromising your data unless closed from the app switcher.
Best app to track passwords. Sync with a desktop device is a great feature and comfort for backup.
I.e photo id and credit cards
This app is really worthwhile having, easy to create strong passwords and syncs a cross all my devices, all Apple & Windows, very useful and secure to use
We have been using this program for years and cannot thank the developers more reference the ease of use. The ability to House all our password within the one secure portal is a godsend.
A versatile password app that gets the job done. After a slight learning curve DataVault becomes very easy to use. Great app
I have been using DV for a couple of years now and continue to find it indispensable for storing all my passwords and just info. The strength of the app is when you have an issue to find that you are not on your own. I had a sync issue which DV Support resolved after a few communications. Thanks guys.
I have been an avid fan of Password Manager Data Vault for over 5 years. I not only keep track of passwords but also other personal information. Software licenses are easy to keep track in Data Vault. Every time I have to setup an account with a new internet supplier, details go straight into my data vault. Having PMDV installed on my iPhone, iMac, and two iPads enables me to have access to the latest information with synchronizing through iCloud. Logging back in has always be an issue the me, but now with fingerprint authentication has made it so easy. I keep an archive category enabling me to keep a history of password changes. Keep up the great work Ascendo. RayJPal.
What more is there to say
This app is outstanding. So glad I have it. It is secure and user friendly.
I have had this app for about 4 years and have never had any problems. Works well for syncing between devices. Only issue I have had is with the Face ID not coming up and I have to put in my password. Which is miner
Have used DV for 8 years and very pleased!!! Easy to learn and maintain.
I would like it to store attachments, and allow custom icons. But otherwise it is great.
DataVault is a solid password manager. It is very stable and works across all my iOS devices. I like that I can add additional fields for an entry. Plenty of categories and templates for all kinds of things you want to keep secure. I have an iPhone X and the ability to use my face to unlock the app is fantastic! One slight area of improvement is better copy paste from the app to other apps. It doesn’t always work. I like the search option. Just type a few characters and all the entries that match pop up and you just tap the one you want.
Have been using this for years, highly recommend!
I’m very happy with it. It keeps me organized and secured.
Just filled in a bunch of info on a new entry and before I finished the app crashed, erasing that entire entry. Have used data vault for many years, but that is pretty frustrating. Since then has continued to crash repeatedly.
Awesome app with the flexibility to be used across all my electronic devices, I’ve had this app for approx. 5 years and have no complaints yet. Awesome job!!
Been using The app for a couple of years and very happy with it. Nice to keep passwords in sync between laptop and all devices so always have them handy.
I am using it more and more, since it I can only look on one place to help my memory with all the logins. Could be more intuitive though.