Firefox Lockbox is now available on Android


Firefox has now launched the Firefox Lockbox on Android today. This app allows you everything that a common password manager allows you to do. That saves hide and copy credentials from one app to another and store it securely inside a vault.

In fact, you can set the password manager as the default AutoFill for your Android device. Here is a simple look of the app.

Each and every password is safe with 256-bit encryption, and you have the ability to lock the app with PIN or biometrics as well. However, Firefox Lockbox has no match with LastPass and 1Password which generally allows you to generate stronger passwords as well.

Source: Android Authority

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