Good Password manager the runs on iPad/iPhone and Windows

I need a good Password manager that runs on, and syncs between, iPad/iPhone and Windows  systems for my many, many, accounts (other than banking, credit cards and other high security account info., which I will keep off-line).
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Jaroslav MrazCTOCommented:
1password from agile bits its best https://agilebits.com/onepassword

Using it for a long time becouse I have a mac ai have windows in read only mode free. But sometimes they giving apps on apstore or on the web free.
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Daniel HelgenbergerCommented:
I second JEREMYNO, still wondering why Apple did not buy agile yet :)
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WaterStreetAuthor Commented:
Lots of good reviews, but I got turned off when I read some of the many one-star reviews in the App Store.  The license is a lot of money for an app, which I'd be willing to pay expect that it seems like you need re-purchase it over and over again, in order to keep current with upgrades and not loose the functionality you've already paid for.

Is there any other reasonable password manager that syncs between the iPhone, iPad and a windows 7/8 laptop?  Remember, I said that I'm keeping my highest security login info. offline.

Thanks
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OxygenITSolutionsCommented:
How about a Google Drive account with two factor authentication. $5 per month per account. Sharable, scalable, reliable. Lot's of other uses for this account also.

My thinking  is that if something happens to Google, we're all doomed anyway.
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WaterStreetAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 125 points for OxygenITSolutions's comment #a39504093
Assisted answer: 350 points for JEREMYNO's comment #a39501634
Assisted answer: 25 points for helge000's comment #a39502018
Assisted answer: 0 points for WaterStreet's comment #a39503126

for the following reason:

Regardless of the points allocation, the Google Drive answer seems the best for my needs.

Thanks all.
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WaterStreetAuthor Commented:
I'll be away until Sat. night.
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OxygenITSolutionsCommented:
I haven't used this for a while but wouldn't a solution score more points than an assist?
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WaterStreetAuthor Commented:
I just asked the Moderators to reopen this question so we can continue.

Thanks in advance.
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WaterStreetAuthor Commented:
Moderators, please reopen this question. Thank you
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WaterStreetAuthor Commented:
I will restate my last inquiry:

Is there any other reasonable password manager that syncs between the iPhone, iPad and a windows 7/8 laptop?  Remember, I said that I'm keeping my highest security login info. offline.

Something like Google Drive or Dropbox could be the intermediary for the synching.

Thanks
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akahanCommented:
Yes.
mSecure.

Does what you want; synchs over dropbox.

I use it, and I love it.

https://msevensoftware.com/msecure_ios
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WaterStreetAuthor Commented:
Sorry, I thought I had closed this reopened question about a week ago.

I'm currently experimenting with oneSafe with my iPad 4, iPhone 4s (wi-fi only), and iPhone 5s.  All three sync well with iCloud.  I like its extra security features.  Unfortunately no sync with Win OS.   I'm still looking, but you guys/gals were helpful.

Thanks
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