Myki has many advantages over existing password managers, the biggest one being the way your data is stored and synced across devices. Some other differentiators include:

  • Your sensitive data is not stored in the cloud.
  • Myki can pair and log you into other devices that you own.
  • No master password to remember.
  • Myki can store and autofill 2FA tokens, other cloud-based password managers cannot (should not) because they would strip the 2FA part by putting your tokens in the cloud next to your passwords.


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