Dropbox Passwords is available for customers on Dropbox Basic, Plus, Family, Professional, Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise. If you’re on a team with a negotiated agreement or a HIPAA BAA, you may need to sign an addendum
to use Dropbox Passwords.
Dropbox Passwords is a browser extension and mobile app by Dropbox. This article explains how to download, install, and connect your devices to Dropbox Passwords.
Learn about how to use Dropbox Passwords to save your accounts, including usernames and passwords.
How to download the Dropbox Passwords mobile app
To download the Dropbox Passwords mobile app:
Check that you have the right system requirements to use the Dropbox Passwords mobile app.
How to install the Dropbox Passwords browser extension
The Dropbox Passwords browser extension suggests strong passwords for your accounts, saves your account credentials, and autofills usernames and passwords. It’s available for Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Safari. Visit this page to install the browser extension.
Learn more about how to use the Dropbox Passwords browser extension.
How to sign in to Dropbox Passwords for the first time
To sign in to the Dropbox Passwords mobile app for the first time, use your Dropbox account email and password. If you’re already signed in to Dropbox on your device, you’ll be automatically signed in to Dropbox Passwords too.
To sign in to the Dropbox Passwords browser extension for the first time, first sign in to dropbox.com.
Save the recovery words that Dropbox Passwords gives you when you set up your account. If you don’t save your recovery words, you could lose access to your account.