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Wednesday 31 December 1969
For those who want to control all data at the local level rather than through the SplashID Cloud, the Wi-Fi sync option is attractive. While SplashID Safe contains most of the features of its competitors, it cannot automatically save passwords. Unfortunately, one of the aspects to SplashID that is similar to most password software competitors is that customer support is restricted to email.More about SplashID
Thursday 26 May 2011
When it comes down to it, DataVault may be a cheaper all-in-one solution if you want a complete password management solution but 1Password is definitely just as appealing. For me, I prefer the ease of use of 1Password over DataVault. Some users may want to save the $20 difference on the desktop client and spring for DataVault. The features and syncing capabilities are present in both apps. I do wish 1Password would add MobileMe syncing but for now, Dropbox syncing has always worked just fine. Since Dropbox is free, I somewhat consider it a non-issue for most.More about Ascendo DataVault
Friday 09 August 2013
With the SplashID Safe 7.0 for Windows password manager you can choose local-only storage, sync with other devices over your own Wi-Fi, or sync all devices through the SplashID Cloud. However, those familiar with fully-automatic password managers will find SplashID's limited automation disappointing.More about SplashID
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