SamuraiSafe 1.2

SamuraiSafe is a helpful password manager for Mac.
1.3.4 (See all)

Personally, I find it difficult to remember all of my accounts credentials, especially since I created dozens of them over the years. SamuraiSafe is a neat program that comes in handy whenever you find yourself in the aforementioned situation and wish to store all your account passwords in one place, also away from prying eyes.

Before adding account details to the app's records you need to enter a master password. Once you complete this step you can create groups (personal or work) and sort the account items according to your requirements, search credentials within the program's data, and much more.

A significant advantage of this program is that it allows you to sync stored data with your iCloud account and access them from any location.

Another good aspect is that you have access to an integrated password generator. This built-in utility comes in handy whenever you create new email accounts and require strong passwords.

Other than that, not much more can be said about SamuraiSafe. Hence, the application does exactly what's stated on the homepage of the developer: keeps your accounts info in a secure environment. And since it's free to use, I can't see any harm in giving this program a try.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary


  • Easy to use
  • Comes with an integrated password generator
  • Lets you export stored data to XML files


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