MSafe - Pro

4.0
254 reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Every day we hear about hacks that compromise usernames, emails, credit card numbers, and other type of data.

Should you trust the web to store our most sensitive passwords?

With MSafe you can combine the best of high tech and low tech, by encrypting your passwords using the advanced AES encryption algorithm and by being able to print them on a regular sheet of paper in the form of a QR code, or save them on an NFC tag that you can carry around with you.


Required permissions:

CAMERA
- to read the QR codes

NFC
- to read and write NFC tags

Please note that this application does NOT ask the user for the NETWORK COMMUNICATION permission as it could raise some questions regarding the privacy of your data.

You can find the EULA in the application's website.
Updated on
Jun 2, 2020

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4.0
254 reviews
A Google user
November 11, 2018
I've been using it for a few months now and just wanted to hold off a rating until I was sure. I actually came to find this through another app that looks for paid apps that are temporarily free. I wasn't really even looking for a password manager but I figured I'd download it anyway and give it a try. Then it just kind of sat in my app drawer doing nothing until I remembered it one day a month or so later. Without a doubt the easiest to use, no complicated extras... Set up a password for this app, tap the add icon, enter the name on one line, enter the password on the next line, then save. That's it. Couldn't possibly be any easier. I just wish I'd remembered it sooner.
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Sk K
October 15, 2020
Internet permission WOW in password app sorry the app just became useless. As long as there is any permission which can link password app to internet best avoid than to be sorry. Update Reply: Permission " view Network connections" is an internet related permission. There's no need for it. So, why did you include it??, and, Why don't you remove it??
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MSafe Works
October 15, 2020
The "view network connections" does not allow opening network sockets. See: https://developer.android.com/reference/android/Manifest.permission#ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE. This is used to control background processes such as the timeout in the app. See: https://developer.android.com/jetpack/androidx/releases/work.
Rumsfeld Finnidash
January 15, 2021
Please re-add the copy button for passwords. If there was a limitation causing it to be removed, it really needs a workaround. Select All and copy is a burden.
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MSafe Works
January 15, 2021
Hi Rumsfeld 👋 It wasn't a technical limitation, I just didn't want to encourage folks to copy sensitive information into the clipboard since other apps may read that data.

What's new

- Cleaner user interface ☀️