All Your Passwords vs Buttercup: What are the differences?
What is All Your Passwords? The swift, open source, offline password manager for macOS. Store all of your passwords on your mac. Not in the cloud.
What is Buttercup? Free and open source password manager for Windows/Mac/Linux. Buttercup is a cross-platform, free, and open source password manager based on NodeJS.
All Your Passwords and Buttercup can be primarily classified as "Password Management" tools.
Some of the features offered by All Your Passwords are:
- Offline Only
- Encrypted Passwords
- Open Source
On the other hand, Buttercup provides the following key features:
- Supports loading and saving credentials archives both locally and remotely. Remote archives can be stored in a variety of service providers like Dropbox, ownCloud and Nextcloud (and others that support WebDAV, such as Yandex)
- Archives store groups and entries in a simple hierarchy. Both groups and entries can be moved into other groups. Deleted items are trashed before being removed permanently.
- Basic merge conflict resolution when 2 changes are made at once on the file (locally or remote).
All Your Passwords and Buttercup are both open source tools. It seems that Buttercup with 2.87K GitHub stars and 201 forks on GitHub has more adoption than All Your Passwords with 49 GitHub stars and 4 GitHub forks.