Have Unique Passwords for all Your Accounts with Android Keeper

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Do you know that even your Web browser has a built-in password manager feature? Well, stop acting as if there is no problem at this chapter as long as it’s the perfect time for some changes. Of course, I don’t say that you cannot try using the Internet without needing to create a password, but this attitude won’t get your very far and you know it.

The truth is that passwords are more than necessary and for all your accounts you need a system for coming up with unique phrases. If you use the very same password for more than one account, then compromising them all is more than likely. Depending on who accessed your account, they may change your passwords and lock you out in no time.
It’s better to think of such situations is advance, to be prepared for anything and yes, a password manager is the best solution.

What do you think of Android Keeper? Do you know anyone using it? Well, let me tell you that this is a free password management system available on Android, so I see no reason for not enjoying what it has to offer.

Keeper gives you the possibility to enter, organize and store passwords and personal information such as bank account numbers, credit card numbers, customer informations, and other important data. You can also share them with trusted contacts and it also gives you the ability to launch your favorite websites and fill in the necessary information for you.

As for the built-in password generator, it can create for you strong passwords that you can use anytime you run out of ideas or when you want to put safety first. Coming up with an easy-to-remember scheme to produce unique passwords on your own every time is simply not possible, but as you can see, this is no longer a problem.

Signing up for Keeper provides you with a 30-day trial of its cloud backup and syncing systems, after which you need to subscribe to one of its backup plans if you want to keep enjoying the cloud-based backup and multi-device syncing features.

Take Keeper from here and if you have any issues while using this app, let me know in the comments area below.

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Mike Blass