A new iOS password manager hit the iTunes store and it’s free right now (usually $5.99). This program takes a different approach than other managers in that it doesn’t actually store your passwords. Rather, it uses an algorithm based on a number of factors (User Name, Master Password, Site Name) to create and track passwords. You then change your passwords to match what the program generates, and then (in theory) you should have strong passwords that are stored neither on your iOS device nor in the cloud. Check it out:

iTunes link