I haven't paid $10 for very many apps, but I was switching from an iPhone 3GS to a Samsung Galaxy S III, and I had come to rely on mSecure to keep track of all of my logins, codes, and such. I hated the thought of learning a new app, but I still decided to shop around first ... didn't find anything that made it worth the risk ... so I paid my money (again, although I understand that it's a different platform), downloaded mBackup for my PC, backed up my 3GS to the PC, and restored my S III from that backup ... worked like a charm. (note: that's just one of several ways to get your data over to the new phone)
The app runs very similarly to the iOS app ... thus far I've noticed only a couple of minor irritants (not worth dinging it a full star) ... for example, when logging in, you can't just hit the Next key after typing the password, you have to touch the icon up on the screen ... not a big deal, just a little slower ... and the iOS version had the alphabet list running down the right side that allowed you to jump down to the general portion of the list that you wanted with one touch ... the Android version doesn't have that, so you either have to use the search function or scroll down ... again, not a huge problem, but it takes longer. There are other tools for organizing the list, which I'll have to explore and start using instead, I guess.
For those of you who don't have a password manager app, and who have many different types of data to manage (web logins, frequent flyer accounts, network passwords, etc., this would be a good choice because it's very flexible in the types of records that you can store. In short, it's worth the money, even for a cheapskate like me.