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Enpass vs. SafeInCloud: Best Features and User Interface Comparison

Password manager companies are all waiting for new clients all the time. Most of them have a subscription plan. Sure, the plan saves you money, but is it safe?

Safety and security are essential, especially when it comes to hackers and companies that give out details about the storage features. It takes a lot of money and time to manage this kind of platforms.

We have written this article to put Enpass and SafeInCloud to the test. Here is why you should take them into account when choosing such a company.

With regards to the user interface

Both of these apps come with a menu and a place to put your passwords in alphabetical order. Both of them have a sidebar menu, which makes it even easier to use.

In SafeInCloud, you cannot take screenshots. Both of them have a dark mode, but SafeInCloud also comes with various themes to choose from.

With regards to setting up

You can set them up manually, or you can ask for the app to remember them once you sign in. Both of them ask you also to install the desktop apps if you want to browser extension to work. This will actually prevent hackers from installing specific extensions on their browser using your details.

You need to enter a code, and then validate the extension from the desktop before you can actually use it. the entire deal won’t work unless the desktop app runs in the background.

Enpass comes with various vaults, and it comes in handy if there are more than two users who have the account. Entries are saved in folders or categories, and this is one of the standard features.

SafeInCloud allows you to search app and site names, and also passwords. This happens because it gives you more customization options. You can even create your own template.

Enpass has built-in templates, and you cannot create your own.

With regards to security

Enpass is an offline password manager. This means that it would not store all of your passwords on their servers. You can use one storage service of your choice. They make the most out of the standard 256-bit AES encryption. You can sync your data between devices by using cloud storage apps, such as Dropbox or Google Drive.

SafeInCloud has the same 256-bit AES encryption, and the syncing process takes place the same as it does with Enpass. This means you’re in control over your passwords.

Enpass comes with many other security features. Let us take a clear example: when you need to re-enter the password for your system after it got inactive, you will get a PIN to unlock it faster. It then clears the clipboard automatically after some seconds. Keep in mind that your clipboard is also vulnerable to hackers.

SafeInCloud has this feature, as well, and also auto-lock features. It limits the number of attempts when you enter a password, which protects you from hackers.

With regards to the price

You can use Enpass for macOS, Windows, Linux, and, of course, iOS and Android. You can use the browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and Opera.  The whole deal is a one-time purchase. For every platform, you have to pay $11.99 if you want some features, such as templates, categories, themes.

SafeInCloud has the same process, except for Linux and Safari. But it supports Apple Watch. The desktop apps are free, you only need to pay for the phone apps, and they will cost you $4.99, or $7.99 for families. It is a one-time payment.



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