- It’s a password manager by Dropbox.
- Currently, its available via an invite option.
- Dropbox Plus or Professional is required to use this service.
Dropbox is not a new name in the tech world as it allows users to store files remotely and also enables them to share with their near and dear ones and it is one of the first players who provide cloud storage. Well, today the company has announced a new service called Dropbox Passwords and there is nothing new apart from the meaning which its name suggests.
Regarding the new Dropbox Passwords, it will remember the passwords of the users along with the same will help you to sign in to a website and features cross-device syncing. It will safeguard the passwords by zero-knowledge encryption setup and that means password will be saved without really knowing about it.
Having said that, a user must need to have the Dropbox Plus or Professional subscription to use the new Dropbox Passwords and both the service starts at €10. It’s not something good to hear but it’s okay for those users who are already paying for the services of Dropbox.
Speaking about the availability, it is available on the Google Play Store and the same is in the early access but you can download without paying anything and the service will start through an invite.
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