Sticky Password (www.stickypassword.com), a password management software provider, has announced new browser extensions on Safari for Mac OS X, Safari and Chrome for Mac OS X and iOS, and Firefox for Android.
Sticky Password is expanding its features across more platforms so users benefit from more comprehensive online security for all of their accounts, says Petr Bilek, CEO of Sticky Password. Users can take advantage of Sticky Password’s proven password management software and exceptional auto-filling capabilities on more Web browser platforms starting this month, he adds.
With the new extensions, Mac users now have direct integration of Sticky Password with Safari and Chrome Web browsers. This allows them to save their passwords from these extensions directly to their password vault protected by military-grade AES-256 encryption algorithm. Firefox for Android – next to Dolphin and UCWeb that is already being supported – and Safari for iOS allow more advanced form-filling capabilities for users so completing forms is less tedious with just one click.
In addition to Android, iOS and Mac, Sticky Password is also available on Windows. Sticky Password is one of the first password managers to provide biometric authentication on Android and iOS devices with a fingerprint scanner. Users also have the choice to synchronize all their devices locally via Wi-Fi, activate instant syncing via Sticky Password’s cloud servers, or turn off syncing altogether and transfer information into Sticky Password’s database manually.
Sticky Password is available in free and premium versions. Users can also enjoy a lifetime license. Sticky Password Premium is available for US$19.99 and its lifetime license is $69.99.