Passbolt - password manager

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About this app

Download passbolt’s mobile app to take your passwords with you, wherever you go. All the features of the web application that you love, packed into a password manager app on your mobile device. Secure encryption, form autofill, biometric and multiple-factor authentication - everything you need to safely generate, store and use your credentials on-the-go.

What’s so special about passbolt mobile?
Fully Open source and based on proven security standards 📖.
Biometric authentication 🖐️ - Log in and unlock passwords with fingerprint or face ID
2FA secure login 🔐 - Use your Yubikey with NFC to securely sign in
Generate strong, unique and cryptographically secure passwords 🎲.
Auto-fill 📝 - Automatically fill in credentials with ease on your mobile device

Based in Luxembourg, passbolt is secure by default. The open-source password manager’s security model follows strict end-to-end encryption principles. For the mobile app, one of the ways this takes shape is the fact that private keys are transferred from browser to app off the wire, through multiple QR codes.

The app, like the passbolt project, is always evolving - striving to be better and offer users the best experience with the features they need most. Join the passbolt community 🌐 to see what others are saying in the forum, or take a look at the passbolt roadmap[https://passbolt.com/roadmap].
Updated on
Aug 3, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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What's new

- Added in-app update flow - when a new version is released you will receive in-app notification and in-app update&installation process
- Fixed scenario when both session and passphrase expired and after clicking on a secret "eye" icon there was a need of clicking twice
to see the secret
- uncaught exceptions will now be logged to file (if debug logs are enabled)
- A few UI/UX fixes