Our Top 6 Password Manager Apps to Stay Secure

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Have you ever stopped and thought about how many passwords you have? And whether the passwords you have created are even any good? 

Of course, many people rely on built-in systems like the iCloud Keychain. But these can get tricky If your devices aren’t linked, for example, and you try to log in somewhere new.

Also, if you are working as part of a team and you want to keep personal and work passwords separated, a Password Manager App may be just what you need. 

But which one should you use — and why? Check out the following reviews to see what will best work for you and your team.

1. LastPass

LastPass is a popular password manager with three different pricing plans, including a free one. While there are some syncing limitations, LastPass has extra features that a lot of the others on the market do not.

Why is LastPass Special?

  • Works on various platforms and browsers and includes cross-platform syncing
  • Two-factor authentication (2FA)
  • Emergency access features
  • Dark web monitoring
  • 1GB encrypted file storage
  • Stores personal data like drivers license, insurance policies, and passports

2. 1Password

1Password has plans for both businesses and families with a personal option that is charged on a monthly basis. 

You can also choose where the data is stored, which means it is GDPR-compliant for Europeans.

Key Features

  • Accidental deletion prevention and restore deleted passwords option
  • Unlimited storage of passwords
  • 2FA
  • Easy to use
  • Pre-formatted templates

3. Keeper

If you are a Linux user, Keeper might be for you and has multiple good reviews. It also works on Microsoft, Apple, and Android. 

This is also great for multi-platform users. It is easy to use, will assess the strength of passwords you choose, and informs you of weak ones. It also has a good reputation for encryption on its systems.

What Exactly Is On Offer?

  • Various plans, including business, enterprise, family and personal
  • Autocomplete
  • 2FA
  • Dark web monitoring
  • The option to store confidential information in the vault
  • Free dark web scan
  • Allows you to send end to end encrypted messages

4. Dashlane

Dashlane is perfect for users with multiple accounts online and provides good encryption while using the internet. It supports all the major browsers and main desktops but not Linux. 

There is a free option in Dashlane, as well as premium and family plans. 

What Does Dashlane Have That Makes it Special?

  • Dark web monitoring
  • Personalized security alerts
  • A free VPN
  • Stores and protect receipts and sensitive information
  • Easy to use
  • Provides support
  • 2FA

5. RoboForm

RoboForm is a golden oldie password manager that actually dates back to the 90s. Signup options include a free trial, and Roboform has built up a good reputation for being hassle-free and easy to use.

What are the Key Features?

  • Web form filler
  • Has offline password access
  • Dark web monitoring
  • Unlimited logins

6. bitwarden

bitwarden is an open-source password manager that has free and paid options and stands out in the market, in part, because of its competitive pricing. 

What are the Key Features?

  • 2FA
  • File sharing
  • Its open source and vetted by others 
  • Works on various platforms
  • Multi-language

Final Thoughts on Password Manager Tools for Digital Marketers

While many of these tools have similar features or overlapping features, some have extra features you may find you can’t live without. 

Also, there are lots of other Password Management Apps with simpler features that might be a better fit for your budget at this stage. Whatever you decide, may password security be with you!

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About Summer Browne

AdLeaks content writer Summer Browne has a degree in Civil Engineering, studied Law at the University of London, and speaks Mandarin Chinese fluently.