Dropbox Passwords Android
Dropbox is a recognized solution among online file storage tools. The service, created in 2008, is available on many media such as Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, Blackberry or iOS.
Eager to diversify and find new users, Dropbox is about to launch its own password storage service.
Dropbox Passwords was unobtrusively revealed, making its appearance on the Google Play Store. The application does what is most simple in password manager: you can save your identifiers according to the sites you use, and find them later.
The application indicates that it is available in “one click” to connect. So we imagine that it can be fully integrated into your Android smartphone to identify the moments when you have to type a password.
Dropbox Passwords is still in the closed beta phase. It is however possible to access it if you are a regular Dropbox user with an invitation link.
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