SplashID Safe Password Manager

SplashID Safe Password Manager

Average User Rating:
1.9
out of 14 votes

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    8.0.4
  • Total Downloads:
    1,581
  • Date Added:
    November 17, 2014
  • File Size:
    24.13MB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    1
  • Operating Systems:
    iOS

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0 stars

"SplashID Safe is a scam - avoid it"

July 05, 2014  |  By hughschmittle

 |  Version: SplashID Safe Password Manager 7.2.5

Pros

I used this for years, and used to like it.

Cons

This company seemed to have faked a warning: "someone tried to log in > 10 times, so we have suspended your account". All my data were trapped inside Splashdata app, and I began a month-long series of requests to the company to turn it back on, following the link in their "turned-off for your convenience" e-mail. All were unanswered. Not even a "We'll get back to you." The interface in their e-mail notice forced me to download their new "Cloud" version, which I had no interest in whatsoever.

Summary

Avoid this company and its products at all cost. I've moved on to oneSafe. It's actually much better than Splashdata's amateurish products. So maybe it's a good thing Splash tried this phony forced upgrade. I almost never bad-mouth any product online, but their behavior here is so unethical, and their response to my repeated inquiries so unprofessional (no acknowledgement whatsoever), that I feel I must warn anyone thinking of buying their products. I wasted hours writing to them, and eventually rounding up anew all the data I had kept in my Splash "safe". Spend 2 minutes Googling, and you'll see there are many, many people ripped off just like me. Splash went Splat! Good riddance to them.

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1 stars

"I can lose my passwords for free"

April 17, 2014  |  By MG_NYC_1

 |  Version: SplashID Safe Password Manager 7.2.1

Pros

Relatively simple, fairly intuitve It syncs across devices (stay away form the cloud version for sure). See the amazon discussion of this for the true picture of real people who have used it.

Cons

It often doesn't work and there is the problem. You will lose all your data (files are gibberish, files are gone) and there is only email support. They don't even bother to read your email. I have gotten essentially the same response to every problem I have had - it is a script and all further communication is a waste of time. I have been using if for 2 years - once you have all your stuff entered it is hard to let it go - so I know what I am talking about

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4 stars

"Works good for more than web autofill"

December 17, 2013  |  By Vaughnland

 |  Version: SplashID Safe Password Manager 7.1

Pros

It acts like a database. Easy to store things like my clothes sizes and the combination to the boat ramp lock, etc.
Works on my Mac, iPhone, iPad, PC
Does not need to be stored in the cloud

Cons

Does not work with web browsers to auto fill logins
The wifi synch still does not work seamlessly between iPhone and Mac

Summary

I've been using this product since my Palm Pilot days. There were some major glitches in getting it to synch in the prior versions to the current V7. I have to set up an adhoc wireless network to get my iPhone to synch with the Mac. But my iPad works fine on my regular wifi network. Since I know how, its not a big deal, but getting to the solution with tech support was quite an ordeal.

I have not tried the cloud backup/synch yet because that methodology is really not secure by its nature AND I wouldn't trust it based on reviews until they have a couple of point released.

Overall, I continue to use the product because it acts more like a database than some of the new products like LastPass. I have several different categories stored like combinations for my boat ramp lock, my wifes clothing sized, my glasses prescription, etc. I also have a few attachments linked to some of the entries.

Tech support has greatly improved since my last upgrade. They responded withing minutes of my ticket entry - even in the middle of the night. And the response worked to fix the issue (corrupted Mac library files)! I think they have worked hard to overcome some of the shortfalls of the last couple of years and they are almost there to a 5 star rating.

Overall, I recommend this company and products.

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1 stars

"Worst upgrade ever"

November 06, 2013  |  By Tbanger9

 |  Version: SplashID Safe Password Manager 7.1

Pros

mostly, my old passwords are in tact

Cons

lost many passwords and records. The upgrade and funnelling to the cloud has been almost extortion... "you'd better.... or else".....

Summary

this upgrade dropped all of my attachments and re-wrote many of the record fields back to vanilla... so, I can't tell if I'm entering User info or Password info... this upgrade has been an absolute disgrace. Check their facebook page for all the unhappy customers. Before this version, although it had some bugs, it was pretty good software, and I've had is since the Palm Pilot. But now..... it's rubbish. I paid for both Mac desktop and iPhone versions, and seriously considering alternatives, but as always... when you've invested in something, you try to stick with it.... but newbie's be warned.... they want to $uck your pocket$ dry.....

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1 stars

"This is horrible!!"

October 21, 2013  |  By scuppers33

 |  Version: SplashID Safe Password Manager 7.1

Pros

absolutely none, unless you wanted an excuse to change systems

Cons

As noted by other reviewers, this forced upgrade is a scam. It is difficult to use, nearly impossible to sync if you don't want all your information in the cloud, and you have to pay for the inconvenience.

Summary

This is the worst upgrade Spash ID has ever rolled out. Don't do it.

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1 stars

"WARNING: Don't buy it!"

September 08, 2013  |  By billyant

 |  Version: SplashID Safe Password Manager 7.0.9

Pros

None. This is the worst software you'll ever buy!

Cons

Looks good at first. I've had this product for a few versions. Every update had data corruption issues. This last one, V7 lost all the data on some devices. I sync between a PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad. I purchased cloud sync, didn't work at all, none of my data would sync. Tech support has only one message telling you to export your data and upload to cloud using web interface. Export worked once and failed thereafter, in any of the 3 formats. Web upload failed completely, never worked.
Furthermore, what looks like a free update on iPhone/iPad isn't. After you've committed to the update, it doesn't work until you buy licenses. This was on previous versions also. Plan on spending $20 to $40. And then it doesn't work at all or you'll at least loose some of your data.
In addition, I've attempted to contact them for a refund a number of times, no response at all!

Summary

Worst software I've ever wasted my money on! WARNING!!!!

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1 stars

"Maybe the worst upgrade in the history of iOS apps?"

August 24, 2013  |  By cwaetzig

 |  Version: SplashID Safe Password Manager 7.0.7

Pros

NOTHING!!!!!

Cons

Where to start? Corrupted old data - mixing logins and passwords and account numbers between individual records (it's a password safe with garbled data!), the app crashes, charging for sync, etc., etc. I've moved to 1Password...

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1 stars

"Version 7 Really screwed up"

August 21, 2013  |  By apdobaj1

 |  Version: SplashID Safe Password Manager 7.0.7

Pros

other than the cloud stuff works like the old version

Cons

review by MnSteve is right on - version 7 is useless. When your handset doesn't have a network connection you can't even open the database.

Summary

This used to be a decent app, did you test version 7 at all?? What a disappointment, you need to fire your product manager.

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1 stars

"They broke it with version 7"

August 09, 2013  |  By MnSteve

 |  Version: SplashID Safe for iPhone 7.0.4

Pros

Great user interface, does what it says. Unfortunately, it does more.

Cons

Ransomware.
Stores your passwords on the SecruID server whether you want them there or not.
Crashes when you try to export.

Summary

I was a very satisfied user of this product for almost three years. Yesterday, when I opened it, it told me there was an upgrade available. This happens from time to time, and I did not think anything about accepting the upgrade.

Turns out the upgrade is to a new version, version 7. Several very bad things happened, to the point that I have spent the day moving all my password information out of SecurID into another product and changing all my sensitive passwords.

First, without asking permission, the application sent all my password information, including the master password that unlocks the product, to their server so that I can now access my passwords from any web browser. Problem is, one of my absolute criteria for a password manager is that it keep the data local and not put it on any other server. I don't care how great your security is, I do not want my passwords on your server. The only way to be 100% sure that they won't be compromised is to not have them there in the first place.

Second, I no longer own the product. I am now in a 30-day free trial. If I want to continue using the product, I have to buy it. Plus $10 if I want to use the sync function on the local network. This was another reason I chose the product -- it syncs using the local network, rather than via someone's cloud. Remember that I don't want my passwords on someone elses server. This is my "ransomware" comment above.

Third, when I try to export the data so that I could import it into another product, SecurID crashes. I managed to get it to run twice on a subset of my data, but even repeated attempts and a reboot did not cure the export issue.

It is simply astounding how someone can, in one upgrade, destroy a product that was exactly what I wanted.

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5 stars

"Great budget-friendly app"

October 05, 2012  |  By Aaron_011

 |  Version: SplashID Safe for iPhone 6.2

Pros

A highly satisfactory application at the least expensive price than its competitions. It stores unlimited types of confidential info with a customizable record system and it has a highly useful auto password generation tool.

Cons

Observed none yet.

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Full Specifications

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What's new in version 8.0.4
Thanks for using SplashID! We think youll find this new version easy to use and better than ever. Weve added awesome new featurescheck em out and let us know what you like.- Enhanced UI optimized for large high-res screens- Single screen functionality with advanced list view- Automated SplashID Backup for cloud users- Powerful security dashboard to help identify and fix weak, reused, and old passwords- Deeper integration with web logins for a smoother experience- Add a credit card record using your devices camera- Touch IDVersion 8.0.4:- Touch ID enhancements- Removed Logout option from the slide out menu- Bug fixes and stability improvements
General
Publisher SplashData
Publisher web site http://www.splashdata.com/
Release Date July 11, 2008
Date Added November 17, 2014
Version 8.0.4
Category
Category Productivity Software
Subcategory Calendar & Time Management Software
Operating Systems
Operating Systems iOS
Additional Requirements Compatible with iPod Touch (3rd generation or later, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad. iTunes account required.
Download Information
File Size 24.13MB
File Name Not available
Popularity
Total Downloads 1,581
Downloads Last Week 1
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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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