OneSafe password manager goes free as Apple’s App of the Week

By , Mar 10, 2016

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Apple on Thursday updated its App of the Week promotion with the app OneSafe. This means that for the next 7 days, you’ll be able to pickup Lunabee’s popular password manager for free for both iPhone and iPad, a solid savings of $5.

For those who aren’t familiar with it, oneSafe provides advanced security for your sensitive data with features like Touch ID, decoy safe, intrusion detection, and self-destruct mode. It stores logins, financial data, credit cards and more.

From the App Store Editors’ Notes:

Protect private information your way in OneSafe’s versatile digital vault. Industrial-strength encryption lets you secure financial details, logins, documents, and more—even scanned credit cards—with a single PIN, password, or a drawn pattern. Accessing data is a snap thanks to easy organization and seamless syncing across devices. Complete with Safari integration and automatic strong password creation, OneSafe is the right kind of security tool—the kind you’ll want to use everyday.

And here are a few more screenshots:

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If you want to check it out, OneSafe is available in the App Store for free. And if you end up liking it, there is a version in the Mac App Store available for $19.99. This way you can sync all your logins and sensitive data with all of your devices.

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  • Anonymous

    Ill be picking up the app since it is free. But ive alteady invested in 1password on ios and mac os.

    • Cristian B

      same here

    • Jackson Grong

      I was luck, there was a bug in one version and I got 1password for free.

      • :D

        I got it for free that way too!
        I paid for the OS X version though

      • Anonymous

        Yeah, didnt hold out long enough to get it for free.

  • askep3

    How is it compared to 1pasword?

    • Ja1lBreak K1nG

      I would say 1password is a lot cleaner and simple. One Safe gives you tons of options and second layer protection but it runs slower and it’s a bit complicated!

      • askep3

        Cool, I have 1password (full version) but I’ll check out one safe

  • Zack Morris

    I’m assuming data is stored locally? Never used but interested.

  • James G

    I still prefer iCloud Keychain

    • Anonymous

      Icloud keychain is great and i use it in tangent with 1password. Icloud keychain needs some work.

  • Satyam Panchal

    Still use 1password