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I've been using Password Safe for years, but there are two problems:

  1. It doesn't play nicely with Dropbox - I constantly get conflicts as it keeps the password file open on both ends.
  2. I now use a Macbook Pro for work, and have an Android phone.

Is there a password manager that works well on all three platforms, and also doesn't have the file syncing/conflict problem with Dropbox? (Or it can have a different cloud solution...)

I see that KeePass has "unofficial" ports for Android and Mac OS X, but they look, um, immature. Native apps (ie, not Mono) would be preferred...

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Check this comparison:

I use keeppass with keeppassdroid on my android device. Big advantage for me is that it's opensource and free.

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I would suggest checking out Lastpass It works on multiple OS and phones and is relatively cheap. TONS of options if you go to Premium or Enterprise.

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Looks to fit the bill pretty well. $1/mo for the Android edition. I guess I can afford that. – Steve Bennett Feb 14 '12 at 4:53

Have you looked at 1Password? I've used it on a Mac running OS X with Dropbox for quite a while now. They also have a Windows version.

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Looks good but very pricey - $70 for windows plus Mac. Looks like the Android version had some issues and us read only anyway. – Steve Bennett Feb 14 '12 at 1:28

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