Dropbox Password Manager Now Available in Play Store
Dropbox has start coming up with such a password manager, and obviously not a large portion of the budget has gone to find names for it-it's named Dropbox Passwords. The software is currently available in the Play Store, but it is classified as Early Access, so although you can easily access it, it still needs a request.
The summary in the Play Store actually sounds like any other password manager-remember your passwords, sign in to internet sites, and cross-device syncing features. Your user accounts will also be protected by zero-knowledge encryption, meaning that passcodes themselves will store it without even knowing it, and it should be a benefit if it gets stolen.
Friendly screens in the app state which Dropbox Plus or Professional is required to use Passwords and start at 10 €where we are. An additional password manager is a good benefit if you're still a paid Dropbox user, but maybe switching only for Passwords isn't even on the table with free solutions open for certain users.