Thanks to Our Sponsor: PassLocker

You know you shouldn’t use the same simple password on every site online, but password managers can be so complex to setup, not to mention expensive. Perhaps you should try out PassLocker, our sponsor this week, which is a new take on a password management app.

PassLocker is a nicely designed menubar app that makes it dead-simple to generate random passwords for your online accounts and save your account info in one place. You won’t have to install any browser plugins to use it, and there’s no extra features or settings to make it complex. It’s just a simple way to manage your passwords. We called PassLocker “the simplest password app” in our recent review, and found it to live up to its claims as an easy-to-use password app.

Best of all, PassLocker works great on the iPhone as well, so your passwords will be with you wherever you go. And you won’t have to worry about staying in sync, either, since PassLocker will automatically sync all of your info over iCloud. PassLocker is a promising alternative for those who are tired of complexity of other apps, or who don’t want to pay a fortune for managing passwords.

Go Get It!

Ready to get your passwords organized in a simple way on your Mac and iPhone? Then go download PassLocker today from the App Store. At just $4.99 on the Mac and $1.99 on the iPhone, it won’t break the bank, and it’s so quick and easy to use that you’ll have your accounts more secure without much trouble at all.

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  • Cyrus

    I paid for this, and I do not recommend it. They never seem to put any new updates or fix any of its issues.

    Let me list my issues:
    - No import from CSV files or any type of list of passwords. (particually lastpass)
    - not very easy to just copy the username and password. right clicking require.

    Hopefully the developer sees this and improves those two things.

  • Jeremy

    I bought it. It’s pointless. You have to type in a pin to login to sites. While I’m doing that, I could just type the damn password. I’ll stick to 1Password.

  • John

    Seems like a good tool.

  • nsfw

    I bought it previously and found it pretty useless. It has a lot of dependency on Safari which I don’t use.
    Want to buy my copy? ;-)

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