Firefox Lockbox has finally arrived for Android , a secure app that keeps people’s passwords with them wherever they go,Like Firefox Send, a free encrypted file transfer service which keeps people’s personal information private unveiled earlier this month, Firefox Lockbox is based on another successful Test Pilot experiment. Since its iOS launch, Firefox Lockbox has had more than 50K downloads.
Firefox Lockbox is a simple app that gives easy access to the passwords you have already stored in your Firefox browser. No extra set-up necessary. This makes Firefox Lockbox the perfect solution for people who want to secure their personal information, but may not have time (or the recall) to choose and transfer all of their passwords into a password manager.Firefox Lockbox allows you to easily retrieve your password on your phone (now on both iOS and Android devices) so you can log in without a hitch. Plus, you can also use Face ID and Fingerprint touch to unlock the app, making it easy to securely access your passwords.
Keeping track of your passwords across devices can be challenging, especially since many of us have tried to make them more complicated to protect ourselves against online data breaches. Say goodbye to the password “cheat sheet” stored as a note or “contact” in your phone or written on a sticky on your desk. Firefox Lockbox works with autofill to make the transition from using your Firefox desktop browser to mobile seamless, by automatically filling in your passwords saved on desktop to your everyday apps like Facebook or Yelp, on your mobile device.