Mozilla launches an Android password manager

Firefox Lockbox

Mozilla, the company behind popular browser Firefox, has just launched an Android password manager app called “Firefox Lockbox.” The app promises a secure and private password vault while ensuring you are logged into your favorite apps and services.

Firefox Lockbox will be more helpful for those who use the Firefox browser and save password there. The app can copy your saved password from Firefox. So, you don’t need to spend time in manually typing here one by one.

You can use your Face unlock, fingerprint or Pin to lock the app and keep your saved passwords private. There is also an automatic timer that automatically locks the app. You can just tap to copy username and password for login into different apps and websites.

Download Firefox Lockbox

Firefox Lockbox looks good but still, it lacks several features that should have been there. It doesn’t let you generate secure passwords. It is not as advanced as other best password managers for Android. But the app is free and If you are already using Firefox browser, you can try using it in place of keeping your password on a text file.

A Password manager is the need of those people who cannot remember too many passwords. Like other security experts, I also don’t recommend the use of one password across several services. But remembering too many passwords is also not easy. So, use a password manager to keep a database of passwords in a safer way.

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