Download OneKey:Secure Password Manager apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

11 Jul
OneKey:Secure Password Manager

Posted by Appxy in Business | July 11, 2014 | 1 Comments

Apk file size: 8.7 MB

With OneKey, you don’t need to remember all the usernames, passwords, web addresses and those boring information in modern life. OneKey provides a safe and simple way to store and manage all your passwords and private information. It can save your credit card details, PINs, bank accounts, notes…etc in a highly secure position.

OneKey uses 256bit AES encryption to protect your passwords, accounts, credit cards and more. You can trust that no one else will have access to your most important information.

- Secure storage for passwords, usernames, PINs, credit cards and bank info.
- Strong 256bit AES encryption.
- Time-out locks to protect the app from prying eyes.
- Optional auto-lock protects your passwords from hackers.
- Backup and restore data via Wi-Fi at anytime.

Easy to use:
- Standard templates for fast data entry.
- Customize categories and all the details.
- Mark any records as Favorite for quick access.
- Provides search and sort to manage your records.
- No limitation on the number of records.
- Clean and nice interface.

Get OneKey to manage your passwords right now.
Please write to us before leaving negative reviews, as we can often help you’re your problem or help you better use this app.

If you have any problems or suggestions please send a mail to [email protected], and you will get the response with solutions in a short time.

Appxy part of our Business and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update July 11, 2014. Google play rating is 73.3333. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 8.7 MB.

Download onekey-secure-password-manager.apk 8.7 MB


Aman M

Worst app ever I had the app on my iPhone and found out I can't import the backup from iPhone to my new Android after buying it. I manually entered all my passwords (a lot) only to have the app stop working now. All it shows now is the names but no passwords. I even created a backup of my Android app after entering all the passwords, but it won't take that backup file either to recover anything. Tried emailing the company, no answer.Bottom line: Garbage app, no support. PS: I know what I'm doing, I'm a programmer myself.

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