|Initial release||21 May 2019|
|Available in||5 languages|
Firefox Lockwise is a deprecated password manager for the Firefox web browser, as well as the mobile operating systems iOS and Android. On desktop, Lockwise is simply part of Firefox, whereas on iOS and Android it is available as a standalone app.
If Firefox Sync is activated (with a Firefox account), then Lockwise syncs passwords between Firefox installations across devices. It also features a built-in random password generator.
The application and branding have since been "phased out."
Developed by Mozilla, it was originally named Firefox Lockbox in 2018. It was renamed "Lockwise" in May 2019. It was introduced for iOS on 10 July 2018 as part of the Test Pilot program. On 26 March 2019, it was released for Android.
On desktop, Lockwise started out as a browser addon. Alphas were released between March and August 2019. Since Firefox version 70, Lockwise has been integrated into the browser (accessible at
about:logins), having replaced a basic password manager presented in a popup window.
Mozilla ended support for Firefox Lockwise on 13 December 2021. As of that day, it is no longer available on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store to install or update.
The lockwise app is being phased out.
Lockbox is getting a new name on 28 May [for the "Trailhead" release, a product update.]
Password Manager is now Firefox Lockwise! The interface for managing usernames and passwords was entirely redesigned and is now based on the Firefox Lockwise add-on.