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I have been using this to store passwords, credit cards, etc for the past 3 years. It's one of the best I have tried. It's regularly $4.99. It also has a desktop companion app which is free. It syncs with most cloud services.
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What about the n number of free ones?
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is it too tin foil hat of me to not trust a russian developed app for storing my personal information on?
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is it too tin foil hat of me to not trust a russian developed app for storing my personal information on?
Nope. It's realistic of you.

Apps like this are evidence that identity thieves are getting so lazy that they now expect us to give them our info without them having to do any of that old school hacking work. Well I for one won't stand for it!
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Alternate recommendation: Use keepass2android ( ) which is open source and free and sync the database file with the cloud service of your choice (has dropbox built in). It syncs with the popular pc app keepass that also has plugins for both chrome and firefox. On the android it even has a special keyboard it will use so that if you open a site in keepass2android and then go to any of the standard browsers it provides a button to paste user/pass manual cut and pasting. As an added bonus if you use a key file in addition to a password you only need to keep the passwords in the cloud..the key files remain on your device...if someone steals the passwords from the cloud (which ARE encrypted..use a LONG passphrase) they need the key file also to decrypt it.

Short summary: As convenient now as Lastpass except no monthly fee for android access: Keepass and Keepass2android (Linux support also available: Keepass2)
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"Safe In Cloud" = someone else has access to your information. Thanks, I'll stick to the free and awesome KeePass and various platform forks and manually sync the database copies on my phones, tablets, and computers via my internal server. No tin-foil hat here, just someone who started programming computers in 1981 and understands the underlying technology enough to be really cautious.
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1password for me.
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