This keeps me from going insane So glad I got this app...my memory of of the the same as isn't what it used to be due to medications. This is the best way to store any passwords.
Eh... Don't count on your passwords being backed up after a restore.....followed directions to the letter and they all got corrupted.
love it but..... feeling very insecure as someone can easily reopen the app from "recently used apps" menu or, if I forgot to close it(minimized it by pressing "home" button)... Otherwise, its a five 🌟 app!
Nice, but too many missing features Logout on background is badly missing - it's a safety issue! No "back" arrows in the title on the account and setting pages. No account groups. It should be allowed to have an empty account name if URL is set. Copy password on long press was hard to discover - it should be in the account menu as well (and maybe make a screenshot with "copy password"). The password should be hidden by default. No "delete" in the long press menu. "Account email" would be useful for some accounts. It would be nice to have an option to use Google services for sync.
I have been using this app for a few years now with no trouble using it until today. My galaxy S3 required a factory reset so I made a backup to my pc. When I moved it back and subsequently tried to login to my old database, the app tells me Invalid Password. *UPDATE* I resolved it by uploading my backed up database from my pc to my dropbox, fresh installed UPM, told UPM to sync database from my dropbox. Somehow that was different than dragging the database from my pc to phone, but hopefully this helps someone. Score changed back to 5 Stars.
Multiple Phones Issue This app will not open if it is downloaded to multiple phones. I cracked my phone and now that I have the replacement, the app refuses to let me in. I know multiple downloads is the issue because it happened before and after deleting from the old phone I was able to get in. Well now I can't delete the app from the old S5 because the screen is shattered and won't display anything. Goodbye passwords :-(
UPM now uses Android's remote cloud storage to backup your encrypted password database. Should you perform a factory reset or convert to a new Android device your database will be automatically restored when UPM is reinstalled.
Added a high resolution icon.
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