Zoho Vault Password Manager – Keeps your passwords safe

[App] Zoho Vault Password Manager

Zoho Vault Password Manager  Zoho Vault is a password manager app that generates strong passwords for your accounts and safely remembers them for you. Vault keeps your passwords safe and autofills them across your favorite websites and mobile apps.

Secure access for all your passwords:

Store unlimited passwords, notes, bank details, and any type of sensitive information
Use the built-in password generator to generate unique, strong passwords for every account
Safely share passwords with multiple users and teams across your organization
Sync your passwords across all devices for free
View and access your passwords offline when you don’t have a stable internet connection
Approve user access requests for passwords with extra protection enabled

Simplifying password management:

Organize your passwords into multiple folders for easy access
Autofill your login details across all websites and applications
Add relevant tags to your important passwords to access them instantly.

Complete security for your password safe:

Secure your passwords and other sensitive data with AES 256 encryption
Add multi-factor authentication for your password vault
Use your fingerprint, face ID, device lock screen, or even create a custom pin to unlock your account
Securely log in to your online accounts from the in-app browser and safely access your sensitive information
Customize your account by setting inactivity timeout and session validity

Your data remains safe with you:

Every Vault user creates a strong master password to access their password vault. Zoho Vault does not store your master password in our servers. This password remains only with you and no one else has access to your account, not even Zoho.
Learn more about our security policy – zoho.to/security-policy

Get started in minutes:

Create a Zoho Vault account with your email address or authenticate with one of your Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter profiles.
Alternatively, enterprises can log in to Zoho Vault using Active Directory credentials as well.
Sync your Zoho Vault account across your devices and access your password safely from anywhere in the world

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Zoho Vault is an entirely free password manager app for personal use and is extremely affordable for businesses. You can upgrade to any paid edition of Zoho Vault and access all features ready-made for business password management.

Payment plans:

Free: 1 user – Unlimited passwords, sync across devices
Standard: 5 users (min) – Unlimited passwords, sync across devices, password sharing and more

Standard – Monthly: Monthly auto-renewing subscription $5.00(USD) for 5 users
Standard – Yearly: Yearly auto-renewing subscription $54.00(USD) for 5 users

With a strong password generator and seamless autofill experience in place, Zoho Vault is the best Android password manager for you and your teams. We would love to hear what you think about Zoho Vault and how we can make simplify password management for you. Connect with us at support[at]zohovault.com or start a discussion on our community forum: zoho.to/zoho-vault-community

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Zoho Vault Password Manager user reviews :

Simple, flexible and easy to use. Can’t ask more from a password manager. Very happy with zoho ecosystem so far. Thank you!

I found it pretty useless for personal use. Granted app all the right privileges and it’s still just does not work.
  • Zoho Corporation
  • Hi User, sorry for the inconvenience caused. Please write to us at support[at]zohovault.com with more details of the issues you are facing, so that we can assist you better. Thank you.

Great app that does what it’s supposed to do – manage your passwords in one location.

For the most part it works very well. There are certain apps it just doesn’t respond to despite enabling support for old apps(the zoom app for example). Also when you’re logging in to a site you have multiple accounts with, instead of displaying the user names available for those sites it displays the site addresses making it impossible to discern which account you wanted to login with unless you exit and open the app to check or pick one and hope that’s the one you wanted
  • Zoho Corporation
  • Hi User, thanks for reviewing. We will forward your feature request to show username in autofill suggestions to our development team. Regarding autofill, can you please write to us at support[at]zohovault.com with more details of the issue so that we can assist you better. Thank you.
I installed this app to replace dashlane, and there’s no password import option in your app. Unlimited password storage and free to use options are good, but for people who want to replace your app with their existing one – it’s hectic task to add our existing passwords indivually. Add the import option and you’ll save us lot of time.
  • Zoho Corporation
  • Hi K Sharath Kumar, thanks for reviewing. Kindly visit zoho.to/dash-import for steps to import passwords from other password managers. For further support/feedback, please contact us at support[at]zohovault.com. We’ll be happy to assist you.

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