Dropbox has expanded its product offerings with a new password manager and secure file storage vault. Now Dropbox will make its new password manager available to users on its free ‘Basic’ tier. The password manager enables you to store your passwords in a central location instead of giving you the choice to store your passwords in any manner or with a service you choose.
Dropbox posted the news on their blog, “
Last year, we launched Dropbox Passwords for all paid Dropbox plans to make signing in to websites and storing your passwords seamless. The Passwords app remembers your usernames and passwords on all your devices—so you don’t have to. And zero-knowledge encryption ensures only you know your passwords, not Dropbox.”
“We’re excited to help make the passwords experience easy for everyone, so in early April we’re rolling out Dropbox Passwords to all Dropbox users. Now, with a free Dropbox Basic plan, you can try a limited version of Passwords.”
With Passwords in Dropbox Basic, you can:
- Store your 50 most important passwords in one secure place
- Access passwords anywhere with automatic syncing on up to three devices
- Securely share any password with anyone (coming soon)
Dropbox Passwords will be available to all those who subscribe to Dropbox Plus, a $11.99 per month service in April and to those on the Dropbox Family tier, a $19.99 per month service.