Simple and secure password manager for Mac and iOS
Secrets 3 is a simple and secure password manager and private vault for Mac and iOS. New features in version 3 include: File attachments, custom icons support, spelling out secrets, iPad keyboard shortcuts, and new modern encryption.
a year ago
Secrets 3.0 : des raffinements pour le coffre-fort aux mots de passe
Le coffre-fort aux mots de passe Secrets passe la troisième, aussi bien sur iOS que sur macOS. Pas de révolution en vue, le logiciel conserve son interface et ses principales fonctionnalités sur les deux plateformes, comme la gestion par mots clé, la génération de mots de passe ou encore l'extension Safari bien pratique (lire : Prise en main de Secrets, un coffre-fort aux mots de passe simple et efficace).
But we believe you'll find it most useful when you need to input a password on a device where you don't have a copy of Secrets running. For example on a Windows or Linux machine, or someone else's device.
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Secrets 3.0 is finally available and delivers on many of the top requested features! • Attach files to your items for safe keeping. • Assign custom icons to any item • Spell out your Secrets for easy sharing • Keyboard shortcuts for the iPad • Updated storage format with modern cryptographic algorithms Check our blog post (
) for a more detailed description. Secrets is free to use for up to 10 items. If you're already using Secrets, you can update today. Let us know what you think!
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Paulo, the new version looks really good! I remember Secrets when it was first announced but decided to keep 1Password then. Now it makes me think. It's not that clear from the website if the iOS app uses the new password API or only works via the share sheet — could you clarify please?
hey Yury. Indeed it uses the new Password Autofill feature introduced on iOS 12. The share sheet is still there for older iOS, but the new mechanism is definitely the way to go. The little video on the AutoFill section at
is already showing the Password Autofill!
Great Product! Simple and yet powerful, very stable, I have being using it for a year! Before I was using 1Password, it was a great decision to switch to Secrets 😀
Jackson St. Capital
Is this open-source?
no it is not. But the storage format use open standards and is described here: