Password Manager - mSecure

Password Manager - mSecure

By mSeven Software, LLC

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-05-15
  • Current Version: 5.6.4
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 84.85 MB
  • Developer: mSeven Software, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 13,493 Reviews)
  • Price:
Password Manager - mSecure App Ratings: 5
From 13,493 Reviews

Password Manager - mSecure App Description

Don’t take any chances with your passwords and private information. From desktop to mobile, no matter the platform, mSecure is the most secure and straightforward solution to managing your passwords and other sensitive information. From the user interface to the encryption model, mSecure 5 represents an entire redesign of the app you trust to protect your most important and private information. We've combed through every byte and pixel to make sure your information is easy to use, easy to access on all your devices and secure like never before with industry standard AES-encryption. Over one million downloads! mSecure 5 includes both Free and Pro features. The Free features can be used forever at no cost. The Pro features are free to try for 30-days. After that, you must purchase a Pro license to continue using the Pro features. FREE - Here's what's included for free: • Unlimited number of records • Over 20 built-in templates • Group and filter records • Strong password generator PRO - Here's what's included when you upgrade to Pro: • Sync all of your devices • iOS 12 Autofill feature • Backup & Restore • Customizable Templates • Security Center • Touch ID & Face ID support • Apple Watch support A Pro license entitles you to use the software on all of your devices on multiple platforms at no additional cost. We want to emphasize this is NOT A SUBSCRIPTION, it is a one-time purchase. Once you purchase mSecure via In-App Purchase on one device, it is instantly unlocked on all of your devices. NEW FEATURES • Modern, attractive user interface • Sync all of your devices via iCloud, Dropbox, Wifi or the new mSecure Cloud • Security Center helps you identify and fix old, weak or duplicate passwords • Custom icons • Photo attachments • Record level fields • Recover deleted items • Batch editing of records • Many more features and enhancements SECURITY — Protect your passwords and data with confidence • Encrypts your data using industry standard AES 256-bit encryption • Password Generator creates and stores random, complex, unique passwords • Auto-lock and Auto-backup features keeps data safe • Touch ID and Face ID support allows quick, secure access SIMPLICITY — Easily add, find, manage, and organize data and passwords • Over 20 built-in templates for quick and easy data entry with the ability to create custom templates • Integrated search, collapsible headers, plus intelligent sorting, filtering and grouping makes organizing and finding your information quick and easy • Mark any item as a favorite for quick access SYNCING - Sync all of your devices Supports iCloud, Dropbox and Wifi syncing, as well as the new mSecure Cloud, an optional integrated sync service that provides convenient, reliable, and secure syncing of all of your devices on multiple platforms. NO SUBSCRIPTIONS - One low price for multiple devices and platforms A one-time purchase of mSecure allows you to use mSecure on all of your devices on multiple platforms. This is a one-time purchase that unlocks the Pro features on all of your devices and is NOT A SUBSCRIPTION. Don’t take any chances with your passwords and private information. Keep your data safe and secure with mSecure 5! SUPPORT - Please contact us if you have a question or need help by visiting us on our support forum - - or via email - Stay connected with us at and

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App Reviews


    By Dr. Rheum
    This solves the problem of managing passwords
  • poor country

    By Saamrand
    Please update msecure 4, I don’t have have more money for your new app.
  • Good on most points. My choice so far…

    By fjpoblam
    NO password manager is perfect. BTDT. Where does mSecure succeed? Good autofill on iOS: a great time-saver. (But no autofill on MacOS.) Passable iCloud sync, though it requires brute force at times. Templates? There’s a plethora. YOU may find them helpful. As for me, I prefer to order record fields by frequency and urgency of use—and sometimes the provided templates do not reflect this. I use the base “Login” template and add fields as needed. Record icons? mSecure handily fetches known favicons from big-time sites, and lets you put in icons of your own. But all this decoration is probably secondary to the essence of a password *manager*. Password auditing? Superb. We get notices of old, duplicate, and puny passwords. Some password managers use an outdated entropy test for password strength. I prefer the test used by mSecure. 👏🏾 Where does mSecure fail? It is awkward, simply, to select and copy some fields from the item list in iOS. Makes for a time-consuming work interruption. Once you build a password item, there’s no re-ordering of fields. So think carefully before you commit (unlike I did—or didn’t—a couple times). The only way out is to delete every field *after* the one you want to move up, add the moved field, then re-add the deleted fields. Tedious. Once you build a password item, there’s no changing of field types. Did you forget that a PIN should be “sensitive” and you added it as a “number” field? OOPs. See “the only way out…” above. Change the password on the app? Save a copy of the old password. You’ll need it to login to the website. No crosstown communication. Support? On a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being “ick”, 10 being “yay!”, 8.
  • Old Version Versus New Version.

    By Pogo IQ
    I Purchased ($9.95) this new version prior to it being issued. When it was released I tried it on one of my devices to compare it to the old version. Just the other day I loaded it again on one of my devices while not deleting the old one and found that there were no real significant changes to improve this version. The Old Version is so much better in it’s layout and it was more user friendly. I just purchased a new phone and I hope I can get the old version loaded back on my new phone. If you have the old version, I strongly recommend you keep it loaded until you can try this one out.
  • Missing a big one

    By Macorin
    This app is really pretty good, but it’s been missing (and is still missing) a huge feature. It has no browser support on the desktop so you can’t simply fill in passwords from the browser. You have to open the application, search and copy and paste. Thankfully it does offer browser support in iOS, but the desktop version is really lacking in this area and until it catches up, it makes the whole experience a notch down.
  • Not Impressed

    By Apple Mixer
    I paid $29.95 for it. The only significant thing I see is face recognition. I can’t find a password generator that was on version 4. It looks like I’ll mainly use the iOS password app.
  • The Best ✅

    By MiladMirzaei
    The best app in its kind
  • Bait and switch - please stay clear of this

    By jumpr626
    Check review dates before you think this is a good app. It WAS a great app. Then they updated everyone and now for the app to do what we originally paid $5 for cost an additional $30.00 - very very disappointed. I used to recommend this app to everyone I knew but now I just hope to save you all from this scam. Wish I could get my purchase price refunded as the upgrade they forced on everyone says I’m using the free version and not the paid version.
  • You'll be getting more than you bargain for

    By Just plain BILLIE
    I bought the $30 version of this app. So far it seems to be OK at its job. BUT! Without prior disclosure, the mSecure app comes with the capability of allowing my ad blockers to be completely bypassed and, for example, allowing a number of big ads to be dropped into and around the newspaper I read daily. Moreover, mSecure has apparently outsourced its customer support work to some third party, with which they are careful to explain they have no connection. This third party--with which mSecure says it has no connection--has no customer support telephone number I can locate. The third party company does have a website but that site has only been capable of sending me around in circles without being of any help at all in solving the problem of the unwanted ads that mSecure has allowed to be inserted. In short, I've found this third party website essentially useless. as a source of assistance. So, I've paid for the newspaper, I've paid for the mSecure password vault, and I've paid for the ad-blocker only to find that mSecure has found a way to bombard me with unwanted ads and no way to turn them off and no way to get a refund.
  • Annual fee

    By T-Mac8396
    I chose this because it appeared to have no annual fee. After I put in one entry I noted that my 30 day trial had started after which I’d have to pay, yep, an annual fee. I’m fine with a one time charge but if you are charging me annually I wish you’d make it crystal clear.