Password Managers » Comparisons » Firefox Lockwise VS. Android Password Manager

What is Firefox Lockwise?

Lockwise is a password and form manager for Firefox that allows you to access passwords from any device. It features a built-in random password generator, auto-fill forms, one-click login, and automatic form filling using the data of stored entries.
For desktop, Lockwise is synced with Firefox and is included in the browser. On mobile, Lockwise is also available as a standalone app for iOS and Android devices.


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What is Android Password Manager?

Android Password Manager is better known as Google Password Manager. It is Google's password manager service which you can share across all your devices and also Chrome.
As Android is a smart phone OS, it often has many competitors for password managers, which are available on it's Google Play Store. Google Password Manager allows you to generate unique and secure passwords.
With Google Password Manager, your data is stored safely in your Google Account. All you have to do is log into your Google Account and set up Google Password Manager on Chrome for Android.


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