Password Manager Data Vault

Password Manager Data Vault for Pc

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Download and install Password Manager Data Vault on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the Password Manager Data Vault app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:



Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Password Manager Data Vault in the search bar and press Search. Click on Password Manager Data Vaultapplication icon. A window of Password Manager Data Vault on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use Password Manager Data Vault for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one


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Password Manager Data Vault Software Features and Description

The Leading Password Manager for iPhone, iPad & iPod touch ◇ AES Encryption ◇ Face ID ◇ Touch ID ◇ Apple Watch ◇ Website Logins ◇ iCloud Sync ◇ Automatic Backups ◇ Password Generator ◇ Flexible Templates ◇ Advanced Security Options Secure. Powerful. Simple. Try DataVault Password Manager today! #1 Must-Have App for iPhone - Cnet Apps that will Change your Life - Wall Street Journal #1 App to Banish Forgetfulness - Reader’s Digest Robust Password Management - Secure Mac Best iPad Password Manager - BrightHub Is your private information safe? Are your passwords secure? DataVault Password Manager protects confidential information related to credit cards, bank accounts, logins and more using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), the most powerful technology to keep your data secure. DataVault Password Manager includes a unique set of features like Face ID, Touch ID, Website Logins, iCloud backups and advanced security options to protect your most precious information. Unrivaled features and ease-of-use have made DataVault a best-selling password manager for iPhone, iPad & iPod touch. USER REVIEWS “Essential Gear. A password manager should be one of the first apps you download. I compared a few and this one excelled because it could sync across multiple devices.” “Rock Solid Foundation. I've tried most of the password apps and selected this one for its flexibility in defining item templates, ability to sync one database to multiple mobile devices, and strong desktop versions. I have 1100 items now and the app has performed brilliantly.” “Terrific Customer Support. My question was answered within 24 hours and the issue resolved. Now that's what I expect from a developer!!!” “Best App I ever bought!! Easy to use and to sync. It is truly is a lifesaver. I’ve recommended it to many friends.” “Absolutely the best password safe across all platforms and outstanding support!” SECURE YOUR LIFE • Encrypts information using 256-bit AES with PBKDF2 and salting to insure the highest security of any password manager. Nobody can access your data without your master password, not even Ascendo. • Enable Face ID to login with facial recognition and Touch ID to login with your fingerprint. • Set Auto-Lock duration to require login after an inactivity delay. • Set Maximum Login Attempts to wipe your data after successive failed login attempts. • Set a hint in case you forget your master password. • Mask information to shield it from prying eyes. POWERFUL FEATURES • Access passwords and private information securely on your Apple Watch. • Log in to websites automatically using DataVault Browser or Safari. * Choose from 65 pre-configured logins such as Amazon, Paypal, etc. or make your own. • Generate strong passwords with settings for length & types of characters. • Use Strength Meter to determine if your passwords are weak, good or strong. • Backup your data automatically to insure you never lose your important information. • Synchronize with DataVault for Mac (sold separately) using iCloud, Dropbox or Wi-Fi. SIMPLE TO USE • View Items in list view or folder view. • Use Templates for common items such as bank accounts, credit cards & logins. • Choose from 50 default templates or create your own. • Initiate phone calls, emails or web site logins with action fields. • Use categories & types to organize items. And a whole lot more… • Full iPad support with split screen display. • 200 icons to personalize your items. • Import from text files in CSV format. • Import from Keeper, 1Password, EWallet, SplashID, mSecure, Keepass & other password managers with DataVault Desktops (sold separately). • Great support. One copy of DataVault Password Manager can be installed on up to 5 iOS devices authorized to an iTunes account. Questions? We would love to hear from you! Contact at [email protected] Follow Ascendo on Twitter or Facebook. Get peace of mind with the best password manager for iOS. Download DataVault Password Manager today!



Top Reviews

  • Advanced yet simple, user friendly & organized

    by AmazedWithIt
    *Worth every dollar for the full version!* It’s very user friendly. Has many options for how you’d like to organize, file & categorize all pw(password)/private information, so at first glance you might feel overwhelmed with how it looks. But just take a second to explore it all & you’ll find it’s actually very simply laid out for you. All & any possible options & categories to choose from for any info you choose to log, in order to file & organize however you please, plus you can create your own too. I also appreciate how the app backs up all your info separate from the automatic phone backup, which came in very handy when I could no longer use my same Apple ID & I thought I had lost all my pw’s, until I remembered it had its own backup & was able to recover all my private information I had saved into this app. I’ve had this app now for about 7 years, and I don’t plan on deleting it any time soon. I’ve downloaded many other personal pw keepers over the years just to explore them & every time I’ve never been impressed or pleased. So I’m convinced I will never switch from this app. Especially if you’re someone like me who has a million sign in’s, login’s, and a bunch of other personal private info to remember.
  • Excellent Password Manager

    by DSEmerson
    I have used DataVault on my iPhone, iPad and MacBook Pro for a bunch of years and and am extremely happy with it. Syncing between the three is effortless and consistent. There is full flexibility for data entry in each record allowing for multiple types of information to be recorded. The app keeps track of the dates of record creation and modification, which may be useful to keep track of when passwords were last changed. Multiple easily readable icons are available for helping identify records by type. Search function is fast and accurate. The Face ID access to the app on my new iPhone works flawlessly and is very efficient. I wish that there was something as efficient securely opening the application on my Mac. I have been disappointed that I haven’t seen this app reviewed in online articles on password managers because it seems to me that it should rank up there with the best of them. One additional feature I’d like to see is a built-in mechanism to assign potential access to a designated individual or individuals in the case of death, incompetence, or disability. Passwords are the keys to our legal and financial lives and this app could serve as way to allow seemless transition of control.
  • As a long term user my expectations are not matching

    by Million Sparks
    I have been using DataVault for at least 13 years. I have less than 1,000 records and I am getting data corruption errors with no ability to remedy them other than black box tech support, for which I can’t even tell you if they have responded no less what they have suggested and whether I could understand it and trust it as text information or instructions coming in my inbox. I have 5 active devices that I sync to manually as I could not feel confident even with the help of an Columbia Masters graduate in network security helping me set up the cloud feature. He recommended manual sync. Rather inconvenient in the modern world but without the ability to understand how the sync works in this app it seems like a rational approach. I use the cloud every day and was an early adopter. There is no one to talk with at Ascendo to get help on these important subjects to manage one vital passwords. At this point, I have lost the plot as I have no one but a black box to seek support and answers of which I have no time to track down, remember what the problem I was after and spend another chunk of time explaining. Sound familiar? I am looking for a better way to manage my passwords as black box tech support offerings does not denote trust or nor does it help me build knowledge in an age of microseconds thanks to our Smartphones.
  • Best Password Program

    by Philnbarb
    I got my first computer in December 1985 - yes, December 1985. I know that the use of passwords and password protection has become a necessity. Using one password is difficult and unwise. Ascendo Data Vault (ADV) is a great application and I have been using it for many years (possibly more than ten). I use ADV to store my passwords and URLs. I can't do without it! And yes, ADV is also password protected! I also use the password generator to create unique passwords. In this manner, I'm able to use different passwords for each application. Yes, ADV is also password protected. Obviously, this increases the security of each program that requires password protection. The ADV program can be linked across platforms. For example, I use ADV on two IPhones and two windows computers. When I add, change or delete information on one device, the data is simultaneously updated on every device. I can easily copy and paste each password as needed. You can also modify any of the password formats. ADV is a valuable tool in my toolbox! By the way, the technical support folks are knowledgeable and very helpful!
  • Excellent!

    by TX Red Sox fan
    I have used that his app and desktop version since its inception. I use across all my devices and found as the product has evolved it to be almost perfect. It is used for the entire family and the various options to sort or create categories are great. Only one star short of perfect, needs a way to toggle the keyboard when scrolling through search results - which hide under keyboard and don't scroll up after you let go of screen. Also, with the introduction of fingerprint to unlock (and face ID if you have that) it has improved access time especially when swapping apps on a tablet or phone. This one still has a glitch at initial app open, but that I’m sure will be in next update... I have read many of the reviews and am not experiencing any of the same issues with syncing. There was a problem a couple updates back where the encryption on ipad / iphone and desktop would not work together and wiped out contents on the ipad. But having backed up to my cloud, it was an easy restore and then new versions resolved it. Nothing is perfect, but this comes very close for its intended purpose. Kudos also to the tech support team who answer emails about issues or suggestions in a timely manner.
  • Glad I found this

    by geescot
    The previous 3 password managers I've owned have changed there business models and insisted on storing my data on their servers all so they could get on a subscription based income stream. I had to pull the plug on all and buy new apps for my desktop and 2 mobile users. That and all of the data entry- it was a pain. May they crash and burn. At this moment in time Data Vault gets it right. Easy data entry , simple UI, sync with the Dropbox cloud. The data is always in sync across all platforms. I trust that Dropbox is doing their best for security and uptime. I don't really trust an app company to get it right and be diligent. Especially one that changes their business model to optimize their profit. This makes sense. Buy the app it's worth the money. Use iCloud or Dropbox or do a wifi back up to your own computer. That is the choice you want for YOUR data. Feel comfortable using complex passwords, and changing them often. The bad guys are out there and DataVault keeps you from having to get into a subscription just to fight them.
  • Love it.

    by mrpinaple
    I’ve been using Datavault for a few years on my iPhone and Mac. It has never let me down. It’s reassuring to use different password for every login and the password generator makes it easy to do. The app has gotten a lot better since I started using it. The design is slick and there are loads of features. I like being to sync with my Mac over Dropbox although I didn’t realize that I needed to buy a copy on both Mac and iPhone. But it’s a lot cheaper than a yearly subscription. I also like the security options like Clear Clipboard when you quit and auto-lock. It’s my go to app. I also like the flexibility. The app has templates for credit cards, bank accounts, driver license, etc but you can change them on the fly or make new ones. You can turn on auto backup to save you info to iCloud. That saved me once when I lost my phone. Nobody can access you info without the master password so I didn’t have to worry about it. Support has been really quick, another thing to like about this app.
  • Excellent Password Organizer

    by Sid616b
    We have been using Ascendo Datavault for several years to organize web site password and other secure information. We have licenses for two Windows PCs and four iOS devices. The ability to synchronize changes across all platforms through DropBox is not only a major timesaver, it also prevents losing track of changes to passwords that you might make, for example, on your phone and then forget to make that change on your PC. We also like the free-form nature of the data that can be stored. Many templates are provided for creating data records, and you can edit the fields in each record as needed to match the information you want securely stored. We now manage over 550 data records and have never experienced a problem. Ascendo also provides very responsive technical support through email; they recently sent me an update two days after I reported a problem installing DataVault on my new Windows 10 PC.
  • Updated: Great productivity tool

    by Content with the content
    I’ve only been using the app for a short time, but after trying 5-7 free apps I can say with confidence that this one is top-notch. I experienced one very minor bug when selecting category/type, but I generally don't use those features anyway. Quick access with Touch ID, great icon selection for quick visual reference, and very user friendly. I back up to my Dropbox and device, and both methods work well. Time is my most valuable resource, and this app literally gave me 10+ minutes per day back for more important tasks. That sounds minor, but we’re taking about 60+ hours a year!! Update: after testing the new version, the very minor issue I initially experienced has been completely resolved. All aspects of this app work very well, and development was extremely thoughtful with end-users in mind. Highly recommended!!
  • What about the Apple Watch version of Data Vault?

    by Hopeful131
    I’ve been using Data Vault for several years now between my iMac & iPhone (& iPad) with great success. No problems. Really like it a lot. Now the problem begins... I recently purchased an Apple Watch Series 4 (ver 5.1.3) and was very excited when a Data Vault app was found & installed on my Apple Watch. BUT... I haven’t been able to sync the Apple Watch app version to my iMac or any other Apple devices. When I open the Apple Watch Data Vault version it displays a numeric keypad display. My original PW is currently set to 8 Alphanumeric characters between my iMac & the other Apple devices. When I enter any 4 digit character, I get the message that Data Vault database on the watch is empty! Of course it is! I haven’t been able to sync it yet. I can’t find anything in the online manual or otherwise specific to syncing the Apple Watch version of DataVault. What gives? Did I miss something? I could happily rate this app a 5 if I could resolve this syncing issue.


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