Mindpass: See why this password manager is smarter than the rest

See why this password manager is smarter than the rest


This password manager is super easy to use.
This smart visual password manager makes security a breeze.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

You want to keep all your online accounts secure, but creating (and then remembering) a robust and unique password for each is basically impossible for anyone who’s not Rain Man. And you don’t want to be doubling down on the same password — that’s one of the stupidest things you can do.

That’s why you should consider a simple password manager that can do the work for you. One example is Mindpass, a unique password tool that saves all your passwords in a 3D environment that only you know how to get through. For a limited time, you can purchase a Mindpass Unlimited Plan for $29.99 (regularly $180).

A unique password manager

Password managers should make your life easier by keeping all your passwords organized behind one super-secure entry point. The problem is that many of them lose the convenience because it takes three passwords, a text, and a captcha to access all your saved data. Even the man who wrote the modern guidelines for passwords regrets how overly complicated the situation has become.

Mindpass offers a simple solution to an annoying problem.

Instead of entering yet another password, Mindpass shows you a 3D environment with many little objects. Your password is a unique combination of objects you click in a specific order. It’s faster, easier to remember, and looks pretty nice, too. App Store reviewers love how simple Mindpass is to use, rating it 4.7 out of five on average.

Remembering four words is a lot easier than remembering a 13-character string of letters, numbers and random punctuation, after all.

While Mindpass may look pretty, it’s no joke as a security platform. Your information remains locked behind military-grade encryption that can sync your credentials across all your devices, including iPhone, Mac and iPad (as well as Windows PCs and Android devices). Your passwords are only ever encrypted or decrypted on your own devices. So you’re the only one who ever has access to your passwords.

Save on Mindpass password manager

Lock your data behind a door that’s easy for you and only you to open. Get the Mindpass password manager’s Unlimited Plan on sale for $29.99 (regularly $180).

Prices subject to change.