Dropbox Passwords is a Chrome extension developed by Dropbox.
According to the data from Chrome web store, current version of Dropbox Passwords is 3.18.0, updated on 2023-04-24.
300,000+ users have installed this extension. 74 users have rated this extension with an average rating of .
developer website: www.dropbox.com
Dropbox Passwords stores and syncs passwords across all your devices.
Dropbox Passwords provides secure password storage and syncs your passwords with all your devices. It autofills usernames and passwords so you can instantly sign in to websites and apps—all while keeping your data secure. You can easily create and store unique, secure account passwords as you sign up on new apps and websites.
• Sign in to apps and websites with one click
• Store passwords as you sign in to apps and websites
• Access your passwords from anywhere with automatic syncing to all your devices
Never get locked out of your accounts again. This new password manager from Dropbox helps you sign in to your favorite e-commerce, streaming, and banking sites and apps quickly and securely.
Passwords secures your credentials with zero-knowledge encryption, so your passwords are only accessible to you and not Dropbox. This extra layer of password security safeguards your logins and helps keep hackers out.
Dropbox is trusted by more than 14 million paid users—let Passwords become your go-to Chrome password manager. Get peace of mind with the backing of a trusted leader in secure cloud solutions.
Looking forward to seeing how it pans out!
It was really helpful in keeping my passwords across all devices synced, quick and easy!
Simply doesn't work for me. I tried to set it up on my Pixel 4a, and it failed to work, and if I remember right, hung up or crashed. Now, when I open the app on that device, it says it's waiting for another device to give it permission to connect, but it Is the only device I've tried to set it up on. When I tried to set up the chrome extension on my laptop, it said to check my Pixel 4a to give it permission. So I'm stuck unless I want to wipe the account or use one of my backup codes. I can't recommend it if it is this buggy to set up. It's not going to be reliable enough to depend on.
It doesn't always work on all websites. For example Facebook. The other drawback it has set a limit of the number of passwords you can save, it is not unlimited. What's the harm if one uses Kaspersky Password Manager.
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