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Developer(s)Sinew Software Systems Pvt. Ltd
Operating systemWindows 7 and later, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows 10 Mobile
TypePassword manager

Enpass is a freemium password management program to securely store passwords and other credentials.[1][2] The mobile version is restricted to storing only 20 passwords free of charge, although more functionality is available for a price. The desktop version, however, is unlimited.[3]

Enpass is a product of Sinew Software Systems, based in New Delhi, India. On November 2017, developers stopped issuing updates on BlackBerry platform.[4]


It has ability to store everything in encrypted data on local storage. It has cloud synchronization for Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, OneDrive, iCloud and ownCloud server. It has cross browser platform support and form filling for both platforms mobile and computer and it has its own keyboard for form filling for mobile platform. It has password generation. Besides pin and master password, it has the functionality of unlocking the mobile version of software by using the fingerprint sensor.

See also


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  3. ^ "Plans". Sinew Software Systems. Retrieved 8 February 2018.
  4. ^ "Discontinuing the support for Enpass on BlackBerry". Enpass websites.

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