Editors' Note: The download button opens the iTunes App Store, where you may continue the download process. You must have iTunes installed with an active iTunes account in order to download and install the software. This download may not be available in some countries.
Keep track of all your passwords. All securely encrypted and synced between your iDevices.Are you one of those people who can't keep track of all their zillions of passwords? Are you sick of having to waste time on the I-forgot-my-password dance whenever you visit a website you can't remember your login for? Well, I made this app for people like you, to keep track of all your passwords, and hopefully make your life just a little bit easier.Skeleton Key helps you keep track of your passwords. All your data is securely encrypted and optionally synced to Dropbox so that you can stay in sync between multiple iDevices. A password manager you can trust, because it's open source: github.com/chrishulbert/SkeletonKey. It is reasonably priced - a small cost for the full version with no monthly fees, as opposed to LastPass (monthly fees) and 1Password (high upfront cost). Tested by professional software testers, it is reliable for you to use with confidence.If you find that you like this app, please recommend it to friends. The more people download it, the more I'll be able to update it with all your future feature requests (eg Windows / Mac versions).Your data is secured via a single master password (and optional access PIN for convenience), so that you only ever need to remember one password again. You can organise your items into customizable colour-coded groups to keep things organised just the way you like.(Warning: technical paragraph alert!) Your data is securely encrypted using industry-standard technologies: your master password is transformed by PBKDF2 to create an AES256 key, which is used to encrypt all your data. Your password/PIN are also hashed with Bcrypt for verification purposes.A password manager you can trust, because it's open source
What's new in this version:
iOS7/8 style redesign, about time!Note: I'm really sorry, but this update will make the app forget the saved PIN, so you'll have to enter the master password to get in. You can, of course, go into settings and re-enable a PIN.