Gpass is the simple password manager that helps teams of all sizes collaborate and get business done.
Gpass is the ONLY Password Manager for a Google user. Gpass Password Manager app is as easy to use as Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs. Sign in using your Google account and you don’t need a password. Gpass provides a flexible and powerful way to make sure you have all your information safe without a password needed. Google users get password security & productivity with Gpass Password Manager. Gpass is as easy to use as your Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Docs. Just sign in using your Google account and you’re good to go. Experience the bliss of easily managing your logins and other sensitive records. And you’ll see benefits right away in both your security and productivity. The password manager and information safe built just for Google users. Gpass provides a convenient way to make sure you have all your passwords accessible, organized, and safe – and it works with your existing Google account! Ease of use - Designed to be powerful and yet easy to set up and use. Get started in seconds! Secure - Gpass is from SplashData, which has been securing passwords and other confidential records for over 1 million users and 1,000 businesses for over 15 years Anywhere anytime - With web, iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows native apps, everything is easy and always in sync. Plus, you sign in just with your Google account! You’re in good hands - While Gpass is a new approach to password management built just for Google users, it’s built on an extraordinary foundation of 15 years of password management experience at SplashData.
- (2016-12-31, v:1.0.0) John Heller: How does auto-fill work?
As a SplashID user of many years, I'm testing Gpass with the 14 day trial. The overview of the Chrome extension says 'Auto fill', but I don't see that working. What is it meant to do?
- (2016-12-11, v:1.0.0) Bob Volin: GPass Window
I have used the beta version of GPass and have subscribed, using your betatester coupon (thanks). The one thing I would request, when and if you can get to it, is to allow GPass to open in a separate window in Chrome. This would greatly enhance the app's usefulness for me. Thanks, Bob Volin ([email protected])
- (2016-11-16, v:1.0.0) Eric Brown: Chrome Extension
The Chrome extension used to work for GPass, but now it doesn't work at all for me. Second, the option to copy information in the GPass extension seems to don't exist. Thank you for taking the time to look into these issues.