Safe in Cloud is a service that helps users safely store information using any popular cloud service. The UI stores passwords, usernames, or credit card details in "cards", which are customizable slots.
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Pro Clean UI
Clean, intuitive, customizable, easy to use interface. Organization is made easy by being able to select different colors and symbols to label cards with.
Pro Effective encryption
Safe in Cloud uses 256-bit (AES) Advanced Encryption Standard, which is the same as what the federal government uses to secure information.
Pro Imports data from other password managers
Safe in Cloud can import usernames and passwords from virtually every popular password manager.
Pro Android Chrome Autofill
You can autofill form in Chrome on Android. It's not enabled by default though, it must be enabled in the menu.
Pro Unlimited and free
No monthly pay.
Pro Can be synced with any major cloud service
In order to sync across devices, Safe in Cloud lets users select their preferred cloud service. The options include Google Drive, Dropbox, Skydrive, and Box.
Pro Supports strong passwords
Safe in Cloud calculates the strength of the password in a very good and clear way. It not only depends on number of Capitals, numbers and special characters. It takes also into account what is found in dictionaries.
Pro Configurable field and built in field editable
You can add an unlimited number of custom fields. Fields can be reordered, assigned labels and symbols, and have their colors changed.
Safe in Cloud also lets you store a variety of data types.
Pro Mac version
Pro Unlimited type of custom fields
You can store all type of fields (text, passwords, URL, data, pin, secret...), even images and files.
Pro Custom unlimited templates
Create templates to faster add special types of data. For example: ftp or ssh keys.
Pro Android version with fingerprint login
Faster access to all passwords without the need to enter master passwords every time. Support Samsung Fingerpint (Note 4 tested)
Pro Android version with autofill in Chrome
Faster to use passwords in Chrome and to carry it around.
Pro Option to enter just part of password for quick access
Option to enter just part of password for quick access. If this is entered incorrectly then the whole password is needed. This allows one to set a very secure password but will only have to enter a few characters on most occasions.
Pro Encrypted Database backed up in cloud and synchronised across other platforms
Pro Locally stored Database can be set to automatically destruct if incorrect password entered too many times (configurable)
The database will still be safe in the cloud and can easily be restored. An excellent balance between security and usability. Locally stored only apps are more susceptible to DOS Denial of Service attacks.
Con No native Linux version avaible
There's no native app for Linux available.