aWallet Password Manager

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.7
33.1K reviews
1M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image

About this app

• Securely stores your passwords, credit card information, e-banking credentials, web accounts and other custom data.
• There is a built in Editor for changing or creating new data Categories with custom icons.
• Search within fields.
• Contains no advertisements.
• Supports backup and restore of the encrypted data file to the Android USB device.
• Export of unencrypted data in CSV format to the USB device.
• There is an Auto lock feature that can be preconfigured for a specific period of time.

PRO FEATURES, available via single In-app billing payment:
• Unlock with fingerprint (on a compatible device with Android 6)
• Unlock with face (on a compatible device with Android 10 or later)
• Password Generator
• CSV Import

SECURITY FEATURES
• All data is encrypted, including Entry names, Category definitions and the data itself. Even the choice of Favorite Category is encrypted.
• Encrypts data using AES or Blowfish algorithms with key sizes of 256, 192 or 128 bits.
• When the data file is decrypted, up to all combinations of algorithm and key size are tried with the Master password to unlock the data file. The app itself does not store any hint to the actual cipher or key size.
• Uses a randomly generated 'salt' combined with the Master password. Salt helps to protect from off-line dictionary attacks.
• The key to open the data file is created by combining your master password with the 512-bit 'salt'. The result is hashed 1000 times by SHA-256. Repetitive hashing makes a brute force attack more difficult.
• Supports auto destruction of the data file after a predefined number of unsuccessful unlocks have been tried.
• Unlike other similar Android apps aWallet has no internet access permission (forever). The only permissions this app has is to access to the USB device to backup/restore the data file in case you lose your phone. USB device access is also needed to export to CSV file format. Permission is also granted to the Google Play billing service to allow for the optional purchase of the aWallet Pro features.

For more info see http://www.awallet.org/

If you like this App, rate it in the Google Play. If you have any suggestions, just let me know.
Updated on
Sep 10, 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
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
No data collected
Learn more about how developers declare collection
4.7
33.1K reviews
John Trusso
November 15, 2022
Was my goto password manager, but ... The latest version of Android locks down access to the folder this program places the back up file in. So, you can back up your passwords, but you can't access that backup to copy it to another location for safe keeping. You can do so by plugging your phone into a computer, but this feels like a workaround. The ability to choose the backup file location would be helpful in this situation. In the meantime, I may have to find another password solution.
6 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Synpet
November 15, 2022
The FAQ https://www.awallet.org/faq#h.jxdh7bymrgu6 mentions how to access data on Android 11 or newer with a USB cable to your computer. Allowing saving the backup file in a different location would require adding the External Storage permission that I would like to avoid. Some file manager apps can access the Android/data folder.
david rancifer
July 14, 2022
I have been using awallet for years. This year I bought a new phone was was able to transfer all my passwords using the export feature. Having a ton of devices requiring passwords, it is good to have something like awallet to store them in. My recommendation; export your passwords and store them on your PC in the event you have to change phones. Update that exported file periodically to stay current. It would be nice if the program included a quarterly or semi-annual reminder feature.😊
64 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Synpet
July 14, 2022
Hello David, Thank you for your feedback. aWallet Cloud backups data automatically to your own cloud account whenever you add or change anything within the app.
Amit P
August 18, 2021
password locker that is not connected to the cloud so it makes it less vulnerable to cyber attacks. Love the edit mode to choose the content in each category. You will need to pay for full access that way you can save a cryptic file with all your info and transfers it to another drive. Old school but works like a charm and the pricing is not ridiculous.
131 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Synpet
August 18, 2021
Hello Amit, Thanks for your review. The encrypted data backup and restore is available in the free version too, therefore also data transfer to another device is free of charge. Only the CSV (not encrypted) data import is a paid feature.

What's new

Backup your data regularly: https://www.awallet.org/faq#h.2a86ld1hnga3

9.0.0
• Support for Android 13
• Added new category icons
• Increased max size of the generated password
• Increased max limit of categories
• Bug fixes

Please see https://www.awallet.org/faq on how to move data to a new phone or ask support. Thanks.

Previous versions
• BiometricPrompt since Android 10
• System default Dark theme can be enabled in the app Settings since Android 10