As a standalone app it is excellent. As an Android replacement for the Firefox extension it stinks. I have tried every possible configuration - it never duplicates the Firefox extension. Edit: When using autocompletion for the URL, my keyboard adds a trailing space. PWMP does not strip trailing spaces and uses them in its password calculation. After eliminating trailing spaces, PWMP seems to be fully compatible with the Firefox extension. But in my search for a solution, I found PASSWORDMAKER X. It works exactly like PWMP but with a UI I like much better.
Works well but needs some polish Previous issues I had with this have been fixed and it's now my default PasswordMaker type app. Would be good if font used for password was changed to one that makes difference in characters like lowercase l and capital i more obvious.
It works It would be better if it did not star out what I type. If someone's looking over my shoulder, I will deal with that.
Perfect for what I am looking for. A password generator that uses NO PERMISSIONS and doesn't send any content anywhere. The only gotcha is that the default font (for my phone?) make it hard to tell the lowercase l from a capital I (IlIlIlIl) :) Would like to be able to change it. I don't normally have to type the password (copy/paste normally) but occasonally i use it to generate passwords for apps off-phone. (workaround: switch to landscape mode...the font changes to a serif font that makes it clear what's going on).
Saves your master password indefinitely, so anyone who picks up your unlocked phone can generate your passwords for any site without having to know your master PW.
Since they added the import profiles option this is the best implementation of PasswordMaker on Android. It now allows me to actually sync up my password system between my web browser and phone!
- Changed it so that "Use Text" is empty for new accounts, and the "Domain" URL part is selected by "Default" on new accounts.