Migrating your SplashID Safe account will mean moving your license and data over to SplashID Pro 9. After that you can use SplashID Pro 9 applications instead of SplashID Safe on your devices and desktops.
SplashID Safe is the SplashID password manager that you have been using since 2014. SplashID Pro 9 is a next generation upgraded version of SplashID Safe. It retains most of the features in SplashID Safe and adds new features like built-in record sharing, unlimited fields in records, multiple notes with a notes only view, OTP code generation for other sites, record archiving and recycle bin features that are built on a set of new technologies.
Yes. SplashID Safe is the SplashID product that you have been using since 2014. It is also known as SplashID 8, as all SplashID Safe applications are released as version 8 products e.g. 8.3.11.
Your SplashID Safe account will continue to work till we shut down the service in the future. Since the license too will automatically migrate for some users, for subscribers it will mean that their SplashID Safe account will at some time become a free account when the older license expires.
You can continue to use both SplashID Safe and SplashID Pro 9. Both the products function independent of each other. Their applications are different and can be installed alongside each other on your device and desktops. There is no sharing or syncing of data between SplashID Safe and SplashID Pro 9. So if you decide to continue using both while they are available, you will need to manually maintain the records in both if you want them to be in sync.
We anticipate keeping SplashID Safe till a majority of our existing SplashID Safe users migrate to SplashID Pro 9. Towards this we will be supporting all of our existing SplashID Safe customers and actively help them migrate to SplashID Pro 9.
The technologies used in SplashID Safe are old and difficult to effectively maintain and enhance the product. We also wanted to add new features and adopt newer cloud technologies that are secure and can serve lots of users at any point in time. In addition, we needed to use stronger encryption mechanisms that were not possible using our older technologies.