When comparing Google Wallet vs Password Safe, the Slant community recommends Password Safe for most people. In the question“What are the best Material Design apps?” Password Safe is ranked 22nd while Google Wallet is ranked 25th.
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Pro Best choice of supported cards through Google's Virtual Card system
Google has a partnership with Bancorp Bank that issues a Virtual Card to Google Wallet users that works as an intermediary between customer's card and merchant. It gives more choice in terms of compatible cards and works as a card fraud mitigation technique.
Pro Has a robust fraud protection system
All verified unauthorized transactions reported within 120 days of the transaction are completely refunded.
Pro No credit card information is stored on the phone
In case a phone is lost or stolen no access to actual credit card information can be gained.
Pro 4-digit PIN provides added security through secondary authentication
4-digit PIN that has to be entered before any transaction can take place adds secondary authentication and makes sure that nothing gets bought by accident.
Pro Runs on Linux
Pro Anyone can verify the code since the software is open source
Anyone can review the code.
Password Safe has a portable versiona, PasswordSafe2Go.
There is also PasswordSafe for U3 (still supported, but no longer available).
Pro Completely offline
This does not save or synch with any server; no connection to any external server. There is no central server to hack, no network connection to sniff.
Pro One of the oldest and most reliable project of all of them
Pro Linux and Windows
Pro Great user interface on Mac and iOS
Since the passwordSafe is essentially an open standard multiple people can use to develop apps. The http://pwsafe.info/ apps for Mac and iOS are really excellent (paid) management options.
Con Credit card and transaction information is stored on Google's servers
Con No official browser integration
No browser plugins available.