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The 10 Best Password Manager Apps

How many times have you forgotten a password to an account? Maybe you use the same password for everything and would like to make all of your accounts more secure by changing them. In either of these situations, a password manager is your best bet.

Password managers make keeping track of all your passwords easy. You don’t have to memorize millions of passwords, just one! Many password managers come with autofill options, so you don’t even have to copy and paste them in your browser. Below is a list of the top 10 best password managing apps.

10. Zoho Vault

Zoho Vault has everything a password manager should have, and they have a decent quality free version. However, it has no form completion features and does not work with some major websites, like Gmail. Not one of the best, but it is better than some others that are out there.

  1. Bitwarden

Bitwarden Premium supports advanced two-factor authentication and can act as a certification authority. This manager’s free version is definitely worth the price, however, there are still better managers on this list.

  1. AgileBits 1Password

AgileBits 1Password synchronizes passwords and personal data across all your devices. It’s not as automated as many competitors, but it’s still an easy-to-use utility. Limited import options.

  1. Password Boss

Password Boss handles all basic password management tasks and includes advanced features like safe sharing and password inheritance. It’s worth trying out if you are on a budget.

  1. Sticky Password

Sticky Password Premium does everything you expect from a password manager, but it doesn’t have advanced features like digital genetics and password cracking verification. If you choose secure cloud Wi-Fi sync, your passwords won’t leave your home network.

  1. LogMeOnce Password Management Suite

LogMeOnce Password Management Suite Ultimate offers more features than any other competing product. However, these features do not seem necessary, and enabling them all makes the product very expensive.

  1. Dashlane

Well-designed and implemented, Dashlane facilitates intelligent password management and now comes with a simple integrated VPN. The price is increasing though, so look out for high prices. You also cannot use your own VPN, you must purchase and use theirs. If you have your own VPN, a different manager is probably your best bet.

  1. Roboform 8 Everywhere

RoboForm 8 Everywhere adds new features, such as digital inheritance and secure file sharing, to manage your cherished RoboForm passwords and form completion features, but this is not as up to date as their other products.

  1. Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault

Keeper Password Manager and Digital Vault is an elegant password management solution for security and available for all popular platforms and browsers.

  1.  LastPass

  Enhanced multifactor authentication options. Includes 1 GB of secure online file storage. Manages application passwords. Priority customer support. No ads. The premium version is not worth it – you get lots of extra features, but none of them are very helpful.



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