Mozilla has just released its very own mobile password manager for Android, as it wants to provide Firefox users with easy access to their passwords even on the go.
Firefox Lockbox isn’t a password manager per se, like Enpass or LastPass, but works as a companion app for Firefox browser.
This means that you need to be using Mozilla’s browser on either desktop or mobile and sync your passwords with an official account. Whenever you configure Lockbox on your device with the same account, you can access your passwords, all thanks to a cloud-based engine.
App launched on iPhones last year
The iOS version was released in the summer of 2018, so with today’s announcement, it finally becomes available on Android as well.
“Since its iOS launch, Firefox Lockbox has had more than 50K downloads, and was most recently optimized for iPad. As we continue to evolve our ecosystem of privacy-first solutions, Firefox Lockbox for Android was the next step in our ef… (read more)
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