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"Easy-to-use and safe password manager for Android"

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Main Features of Keeper®: Free Password Manager

  1. App description: The ideal tool to protect keys and information from hackers and other cybercriminals.
  2. Functions: Uses powerful encryption to protect passwords and sensitive information, generates complex passwords for different accounts, automatically populate passwords, and erases data in emergencies.
  3. Controls: Intuitive and well-organized touch interface.
  4. Languages: English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish.
  5. Platform: Google Play, iOS Store.
  6. Size: 62M
  7. Operating System: Android
  8. Developer: Keeper Security, Inc. is based in United States
  9. Recomendations: An ideal app to enjoy with the whole family.
  10. Price details: Some upgrades require payment. Free
  11. Installation requirements: A minimum of 62M of free memory space and Android OS which Varies with device.

POSITIVE about Keeper®: Free Password Manager

  1. It's stable and easy to configure.
  2. Secure and trustworthy.
  3. Well-organized and intuitive interface.

NEGATIVE about Keeper®: Free Password Manager

  1. Not available for all Android versions.

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