Keeper, a password management software for smartphones, tablets and computers, has announced the launch of its newest version of Keeper for Mac.
“The latest version of Keeper for Mac is a beautiful complement to our iPhone and iPad apps,” said Darren Guccione, CEO & co-founder of Keeper Security, Inc., the creator of Keeper software.
It allows users to create their own personalized themes which have been optimized for high-resolution and retina displays.
Keeper for Mac lets customers sync their Keeper records across all their devices, automatically. Each time a user logs into their Keeper vault to edit, add or delete a record, their information is sync’d seamlessly across all their devices.
With its secure “sharing” feature, users can grant access to specific records in their Keeper vault to other authorized Keeper users.
While browsing websites, the Keeper Browser Extension for Safari lets users automatically fill and save login credentials to their Keeper Vault and remember new sites for them.
Again, everything automatically syncs to their Mac, iPhone and iPad to create a seamless and secure user experience.
Announced today, June 18, Keeper for Mac is available on the Mac App Store.
The premium version of Keeper, called Keeper Backup, includes unlimited secure cloud storage, sync and backup. You can try Keeper Backup at no charge for 30 days. After 30 days, you can continue using Keeper on your device without the premium features – cloud, sync and backup.
Keeper Backup sells for $9.99 per device, per year. When you purchase Keeper Backup for your Mac, you get both the Keeper Web App and Browser Extension at no extra charge, says the company.
Keeper Security, Inc. is based in Chicago, Illinois with engineering offices in Folsom, California.