Dropbox Passwords spotted on Google Play

Dropbox Passwords spotted on Google Play

Dropbox Passwords, the password manager app developed by Dropbox Inc., was recently seen on Google Play.

The Dropbox Passwords stores the user’s passwords on various websites and apps. It automatically fills the usernames and passwords in one click, generates unique and secured passwords as users sign up for new accounts, and offers automatic syncing of passwords to all connected devices.


According to its description, the app protects passwords by zero-knowledge encryption. This means that the Dropbox Passwords keeps the passwords protected from hacks.

The password manager app requires Dropbox Plus or Professional accounts which starts at 10 euros.

Listed under Early Access, the mobile app is now available for download on Android devices. However, using it requires an invitation from the developers.

There are no words yet as to when the app will be publicly available.

Jewel is a Multimedia Producer for YugaTech. She's a caffeinator by day and a cinephile by night.

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