Proton Password Manager
Why not? A Password Manager from the ProtonMail?
Encrypted, secure, Reliable...
Downvote - too many applications already fill this space. Would rather them focus on mail features.
+1 for Masterpasswordapp migrating from KeePassX and find it fantastic.
There's already a ton of password managers out there. Some, like KeePassX or Masterpasswordapp are open source and do a good job. Large multi billion corporations can start multiple projects at once. Smaller companies like Protonmail should stay focused on few projects and execute those the best they can.
Down vote. Seems silly with so many good password managers out there and so many other things for them to focus on, like MAIL!
Tohoo Vavohoo commented
Downvote - too many good password managers out there. If ProtonMail does everything, it won't be good at anything.
1Password can be set up to be end to end encrypted, and give you full control of the file, even only ever allowing synchronization over the local network. The program/app can just act as a client to read the file
i think there are far to many other password managers available already. they are all encrypted, secure and reliable. also, the people the work at those services do it as their full time job which is much better than a company that makes a password manager on the side.
Keith Bohler commented
Proton should make a password manager, just not apart of ProtonMail itself. Perhaps, ProtonPass?
I don't get why the password manager should be tied to Protonmail specifically. There are so many options out there already that use end-to-end encryption, including the easy-to-use Encryptr (made by Spideroak) and KeepassXC, which is open source, let's you decide how to sync your database and has browser plugin integration via PassIfox and ChromeIPass. There's also Keepass and many others...
If I could vote more than 3 on this, I would.. This feature would be very useful for me.