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QR Password Manager

The official app & game

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Run this app named QR Password Manager or download it using ApkOnline. You can do it using our Android online emulator.

We present you a way to cryptographically store and easily access your pins and passwords inside QR codes. Offline directly on your Smartphone, so without transmitting data to servers. Encrypted and only readable for yourself.

How it works:
You provide this app with a pin, so only you can access your data.
You enter your logins, passwords or pins.
With a highly secure encryption algorithm named AES, we encrypt your sensitive data with 256 bit.
We build a QR code, so you can take your data where you want.
Just you can decrypt it. It can visibly hang in your office or you can take it with you.

If your smartphone breaks or gets stolen, installing the app on another device isn't enough. You can recover your ability to read your created QR codes by creating a backup before and store it safely.
We suggest creating a backup right after you tried out the app, for this go to the settings.

This is old fashioned offline security.
We save no data - everything is up to you.


Storage of personal information:

- No personal information will be transferred from the APP to our servers.
- The login information entered when creating a QR code is encrypted written in the QR code (image file). This QR code is stored by the user on his own responsibility outside the APP (export).
- We show ads with Google Admob, that collects certain personal information about you for Google's advertising.

You find the complete privacy policy linked here on this page of the Google Play Store and within the app.

Run or download QR Password Manager using our android online emulator from ApkOnline.net


Developer: devte

Genre: Productivity

App version: 1.5

App size: 5.5M

Recent changes: - AndroidX integration
- Fixed a bug in the PIN entry view, whereby the duration of the time-based blockade for re-entering a PIN was too long with a low number of failures.