Gpass Password Manager Safe

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About this app

Gpass is the ONLY password manager and information safe built for Google. The ONLY password manager that does not require a password!

With Gpass, your sensitive information such as passwords, credit cards, codes, etc are organized and easy to find – anywhere anytime! Gpass is made by SplashData. For over 12 years, over one million users have kept their passwords safe with SplashData - and now it gets even better with an all-new password manager Gpass

Think of Gpass as your personal vault or digital wallet. You can store and lock sensitive information - not just usernames and passwords but credit card data, account numbers, registration codes, prescriptions, and much more.

Keeping your usernames, passwords, and bank account numbers in your head, on a Word or Excel file, or written on a piece of paper is unsafe. Passwords can be forgotten; laptops can be lost. With Gpass, your data is easily and quickly accessible, reliably stored, and - most importantly - secure.

Only Gpass offers:
- Access: Free, native, secure apps for mobile, desktop, web, and browser
- Touch ID login
- Customizable record types and categories keep information organized
- Photo capture feature quickly and easily stores credit card information
- File attachments: up to to 3 along with photos, documents, and add notes to any record for reference
- Protection features include 256-bit AES encryption and 2-factor authentication
- One-time share feature (snapchat for passwords)
- Web autofill saves typing in usernames, passwords, and delivers the correct address from the secure data vault every time to prevent phishing
- Gpass extension available for autofill

Lock your personal information up in a state-of-the-art data saver and feel comfortable knowing that at any time you can access private information safely.
No other password app delivers Gpass's combination of features, reliability, and security. Check out

** Gpass is absolutely free for 14 days with no restrictions. Give it a try! **
Updated on
Oct 10, 2018

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
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info and App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
44 reviews
A Google user
December 5, 2019
Low rating is for lack of responsive support. I have been a Splashdata user for years and have used Gpass since it was introduced. After upgrading from Pixel 2XL to Pixel 4 XL I am unable to access Gpass due to the 2FA security in Gpass not recognizing the authenticator number from Google. Sent email to Gpass where a rep offered to take 2FA off so that I can move my Goass to new phone. So far, no action and no further response. I've now reset so many passwords that ill likely move to a new keepe
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A Google user
January 16, 2020
Does not open
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A Google user
August 29, 2018
woke up to an app that wont load at all. after i put in my fingerprint the screen flashes white and gray and never logs in. i pay for this app and for it not to work is disheartening, especially since its safeguarding my logins and passwords. pls fix ASAP or last pass will be my new password manager
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What's new

Based on your feedback, we’ve made a few updates to Gpass. Thanks for your support and please keep the feedback coming.

• Updated app icon
• Minor fixes and enhancement
• Support Android P devices

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