Do you use the same password on different websites and android apps for login ?

According to Ofcom’s "adults' Media Use & Attitude Report 2013, a poll of 1805 adults aged 16 and over discovered that 55% of them used the same password for most – if not all! – websites.

If that weren’t scary enough, just over a quarter (26%) said that tend to use easy-to-remember passwords such as birthdays or people’s names, opening the door for their online accounts to be hacked into by criminals.

It’s worrying that so many people are making life so easy for cybercriminals and identity thieves, when it’s actually remarkably simple to make strong password security a part of your everyday life.

Any Solution ?

If you have an android device then there are a lot of apps that are available on the google play for storing and backing up password on clouds.

I tried various password manager apps but at last I am using aWallet Password Manager which is available for free on google play and other version of this app is also available which premium app. aWallet Premium gives you the facility to backup your password to cloud i.e google drive and some others.

The reason why i use this app because it has a category feature which allow users to create various categories and you can customize each category.

You can add fields in a category , For E.g I have a category **Debit cards" . In this category i can add new fields to add more information about debit card such as any note, mobile number , and other various info.

Most of the password manager apps do not have this feature. They just provide you approximately two-three fields , One for username/email Second One for password and third one for website address. You can not add additional field to store more info about a website.

Thats the reason why i recommend it.


• Securely stores your passwords, credit card information, e-banking credentials, web accounts and other custom data.
• There is a built in Editor for changing or creating new data Categories with custom icons.
• Search within fields.
• Contains no advertisements.
• Supports backup and restore of the encrypted data file to the Android USB device.
• Export of unencrypted data in CSV format to the USB device.
• There is an Auto lock feature that can be preconfigured for a specific period of time.


aWallet Password Manager


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