Android-Password-Store

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An Android password manager that uses GPG for encrypting passwords

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17 individuals and 5 organizations have contributed

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5 individuals and 3 organizations have contributed

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$25 USD / month

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$25 USD

Top financial contributors

Individuals

1

Jeff A

$120 USD since Sep 2018

2

Ahmad Jarara

$25 USD since Feb 2020

3

XenGi

$25 USD since Jul 2020

4

anonymous

$23 USD since Oct 2018

5

Sylphio

$22 USD since Jun 2020

6

Roberto Betancourt

$20 USD since Sep 2018

7

James Adney

$20 USD since Jan 2019

8

Craig Cabrey

$20 USD since Aug 2020

9

anonymous

$10 USD since Sep 2018

10

Brandon Davis

$10 USD since Jul 2019

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Incognito

$10 USD since Jul 2020

12

Raymond Chee

$9 USD since Sep 2019

13

ZachTRice

$8 USD since Aug 2019

14

Christian Drexler

$5 USD since Jul 2020

15

Anton Ryzhenko

$1 USD since Jan 2020

Organizations

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Niklas Hambüchen ...

$60 USD since Sep 2019

2

Triplebyte

$52 USD since Dec 2018

3

ScrapingBee

$11 USD since Oct 2019

4

Scraper API 2

$9 USD since Oct 2018

What's new with Android-Password-Store

Stay up to dates with our latest activities and progress.

New Play Store listing and GitHub Sponsors

Password Store is now available under a new package on the Play Store, with a major
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Published on January 25, 2020 by Harsh Shandilya

Version 1.3.3 released!

v1.3.3 is now out on the Play Store beta channel and will be showing up on F-Droid soon enough. A lot of major changes have gone into this release and a lot more is coming!ChangelogImproved commit messages when modifying...
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Published on September 11, 2019 by Harsh Shandilya

Budget

See how money openly circulates through Android-Password-Store. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Monthly financial contribution to Android-Password-Store ...

from Zdenek Kreml8/12/2020

+$1.00USD
Completed

Financial contribution to Android-Password-Store

from Craig Cabrey8/4/2020

+$20.00USD
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Monthly financial contribution to Android-Password-Store ...

from anonymous8/2/2020

+$1.00USD
Completed

Today’s balance

$173.67 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $230.10 USD

Android-Password-Store is all of us

Our contributors 25

Everyone who has supported Android-Password-Store. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Mohamed Zenadi
Core Contributor
Hussein Al Abry
Core Contributor
Harsh Shandilya
Admin

Maintainer and lead reviewer

Jeff A
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$120 USD

Thank you!

Niklas Hambüc...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$60 USD

Mid

Triplebyte
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$52 USD

Small

Ahmad Jarara
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$25 USD

XenGi
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$25 USD

Best password solution ever! Big Thx for the effort!

anonymous
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$23 USD

I love this awesome app

Sylphio
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$22 USD

Small

Roberto Betan...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

Keep up with the good work!

James Adney
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

Small

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An Android password manager that uses GPG for encrypting passwords