Buttercup is a password manager for all your accounts in Windows, Linux, Android, Mac, and Google Chrome.
Did you know the most popular password out there is... password? Yes, really. Many people write down their passwords to this day, and often they change them and forget to make the changes. Often they use very similar passwords, so when they need a password, they never wrote it down. And then there's losing the paper with all your passwords, or my favorite, having a piece of paper somewhere in the house when needed, for example, the cable and internet guy who leaves this information on your receipt.
Stop the madness and get a password manager. It takes no longer than it does to write it down, and you can always have a backup. Buttercup is one such choice.
From the main screen, you can open an archive and create a new archive and load from cloud services, including DropBox, OwnCloud, etc. No account is needed.
You can now create a new entry using Title, Username, and Password. You can also create custom fields. Buttercup can also suggest some pretty complex passwords for you as well. Click Save, and you've created your first password. Be careful if you create a field and leave it empty, as it will cause an error.
Buttercup also allows you to create categories. For example, you could create categories for credit cards, social media, bank accounts, games, email accounts, and anything you want. These categories make it easy to find your password should you have a lot of them.
Buttercup isn't rocket science. It simplifies the saving of all your passwords without trying to do more than it needs. If you want to keep track of your passwords, look no further than Buttercup.