Enpass is an Android application that is purely designed to store your passwords and important information. And it offers a couple of main attractions — firstly it’s a real beauty on the eye and super easy to use, and secondly, it allows for two cloud syncing options. As well as a backup and restore feature using the web, you can also sync your passwords with Dropbox. Of course, you don't have to sync at all, but bear in mind that if you were change to a new Android device you would lose your saved information.
Once you launch the application you will need to create a password to enable you to access the app each time. Within the settings you can alter the auto-lock time - just in case you leave your phone unattended.
Creating a new entry is simple, just tap the "+" tab at the top of the display. You'll then be prompted to select from a category. These range from credit cards to travel. Within each are sub-categories, so for example if you were going to enter a computer password you would then have the choice of choosing from a further eight options. Once you fill in the boxes and press save the entry will be created -— simple!
The main menu has shortcuts to not only the different categories, but also your favorites, folders and all items. The user interface closely follows Google's Android design guidelines, which means for easy and friendly navigation.
Enpass is cross-platform, so if you use mobile devices across different platforms you'll be able to access all your saved passwords there too. There's a desktop version of the app for both PC and Mac too, for easy access on the big screen.
Enpass is free to download, but for the full range of features you can upgrade from within the app for the price of $4.99. I've been using it for some months and in my opinion the cost is a small price to pay for peace of mind.