We have made it super easy to cancel Password Manager: Passible subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "FITNESS22 LTD" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
To cancel your Password Manager subscription on PayPal, do the following:
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To delete Password Manager from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
Would highly recommend it. However hope they can increase the amount of text you can type under notes. Also would be great if we could increase the amount of Favorites. Been using it now for about 3 weeks. Still loving it. I find that as I migrate the data from my other obsolete password app, to Passible it's AI , helps you automatically fill in your most common user names & passwords; this speeds up my transition to the new Passible App. Love the enhanced security; where my secret data stays under my total control on only my equipment; not on someone else's server; where it can be hacked. It is hoped that as Apple keeps updating their iOS; that Passible will continue to support those future platforms. My old password App company sent me a warning they would no longer keep up with future Apple iOS upgrades; thereby making their app useless in the future. Keep up the good work & hopefully listening what the customer suggestions.
This is one of my most used apps, and I'm so happy to have found it. To manage all your different logins and passwords and remember them all is insane nowadays. Especially with major website breaches and having to update passwords on websites that you don't frequent very often. Usually it involves recovering your password through email just to change it, and most likely you will forget again. With Passible that is a thing of the past. I store all my important information that I require access to in here. Credit cards, passport numbers, anything you need access to and don't want to dig up documents or look for them in non secure emails or docs that you might be keeping around as handy reminders. Secure yourself with this. I back up my passible data about once a month, and the file that it creates is 256bit encrypted and password protected. This app is the bomb dot com.
I had been using a Numbers spreadsheet (didn't know till I thought to look it up I could put a password lock on it). I like the way the app works with the browser in the app. I found out how to set my phone on the alphanumeric passcode instead of the 4 digit pin, so maybe this is not a biggie but it would be nice to do the same with the app. Numbers and letters and longer are more secure than 4 digit pin. Only other thing is the notes section not having quite enough room for the security questions, but as I said, I still have the spreadsheet. I also like that this stays on my device and once set up it was easy to import to my wife's phone so we have 2 copies. I don't like having these stored on the web. This is the first of these I have used and the phone storage is the reason I chose this one. The price is great and was unexpected. Thanks.
The app has never let me down from the start and I've had this app for a few years now. It's so great for never having to remember the hundreds of passwords that we have to remember. I recently had a problem restoring my premium back to my account which was a problem because without this I wouldn't be able to import my previous passwords back into the app but I promptly submitted a support ticket and in about a day they handled the issue really good and got me back up and running right away. This gives me so much faith in the Passible and Fitness 22 team that I can use their app knowing that if there's ever a problem it will be handled fast and well. If you're having any second thoughts about getting this app and buying premium, don't. It's an amazing app with an amazing team behind it. 10/10
By LV Weasel
I like that you can make this a simple app. I like how I can just keep everything in alpha order. I also like that you can add notes when needed. I had another app that I really liked but when I did the latest iphone software update I lost all my data. So I searched for a new app to start over. The other ones that I looked at all had categories. I didn't want categories, I just wanted a simple alpha list. This app was a little pricey, but if they keep up with the updates it will be well worth it so I don't lose my data again. I do wish that it had a place to put phone numbers. Right now I am just putting them in the notes section. I do like that it uses your finger print to open it.
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