Safe falls squarely between the also rans and the complex and brings two functions to the table which are must have features in my book.
Password manager is probably not a good description of Safe. Yes, it manages login IDs and passwords, but it will safely store almost any kind of information you want secured from prying eyes. That includes credit card data, bank account information, contacts, incriminating photos, or almost anything else you want to keep private.
High on my list of requirements for a password manager app is the need for both a Mac version and an iPad and iPhone version. Safe does that and provides strong cryptography with 256-bit AES encryption.
Data entry forms in Safe are customizable so you save and secure only the information you want saved. And, as expected, Safe saves the data in encrypted form which can be opened and viewed in the corresponding Safe app for iPhone or iPad.
In some ways, the iPhone version is even better (the iPhone can take photos of receipts, items, or locations, and browse images).
Both versions of Safe feature an auto-lock mechanism to keep your private information locked away after so many minutes. Safe is nicely done but there’s no try-before-you-buy option, but the Safe Lite version for iOS devices is only $1.99. One thing is missing, though it may be by design. There’s no iCloud or Dropbox or Box sync for the Safe data backup. It’s iTunes only.