15 Best Apps to Manage Passwords

With more and more important services and platforms available on Internet, it is normal for you to use multiple passwords to ensure your privacy and the security of your personal data. This is true for websites of banks, social networks, email providers, etc. Of course, it can be tricky to remember all the passwords, especially if you have created more complex passwords to lessen the chances of intrusions. The good news is that just use apps to manage passwords in these cases. To check out some of the best options, we have separated a special list for you.

1. Dashlane

Dashlane is one of the apps for managing passwords on your computer and mobile devices. It allows you to store your passwords and any other type of data you consider important.

The good thing is that it has support for devices that have fingerprint sensors, something that is not found in all such applications. You can download the application through this link.

2. KeePass

KeePass is another very interesting option that you can use directly on your computer. As it does not require installation, it is possible to take the software on a USB stick and use it on any PC or file.

Other than that, it is very simple to use and still has a feature of generating passwords for when you need to log in to an unknown site. Click here to download it and also know some alternatives of applications to manage contacts.

3. 1Password

1Password works much like LastPass. You can use it to save and manage all your passwords and other private information.

This means that you can also store the number of your credit cards, your bank details, and other important data. You can check it out for yourself by downloading it from this link.

4. Sticky Password

Sticky Password was developed by the same team responsible for AVG Antivirus, one of the best antiviruses on the market, which can already leave its users well relieved as to their security.

There is a free version and another paid for those looking for more complete features. The best thing is that the app works on PC, Mac, Android, and iOS, as well as support for fingerprints. Click here to download it.

5. LastPass

LastPass is one of the best apps to manage passwords and can be used for free or in the premium version. It allows you to store your passwords with ease and protection.

You can also store short notes and synchronize the service with your favorite web browser. The paid version brings even more cloud storage and security for files. You can download it at this link.

6. RoboForm

The developers of RoboForm claim that this is the best among the apps to manage the world’s passwords. The good thing is that this is not false advertising, since the application has very advanced features, even in the free version.

You can use the app to store passwords and important data, but there is also the synchronization with any device you have. Click here to download it.

7. EnPass

EnPass is another very interesting suggestion you can use between apps to manage passwords. It can be used for free and has no premium features limited to a paid plan.

In addition to this great advantage, the application still has a system to block when one of your devices or computers is lost or stolen, in the same way, that Find My Android does. This can be enabled easily since the application can be synchronized across platforms. Click the link to see more about it.

8. Keychain

A Keychain is an option for those who use Apple computers since it is already installed on the Mac. Basically, it does the same as the others and allows you to store and manage passwords, notes, and other information.

The best thing is that since it is already installed on macOS, it ends up being free software. If you are interested in learning more about it, just click on the link. But if you did not like the Keychain, that’s fine, as we also showed you how to store passwords on the Mac in 7 different ways.

9. Secrets

Another great choice among apps to manage passwords on the Mac, Secrets turns out to be a good alternative to the Keychain. With this software, you can also store important notes, information, sensitive data, credit card numbers and more.

Fortunately, it also has an iPhone version so it’s easy to access all of that on more than one device. You can check out more about the app through the link.

10. Evernote

Evernote is not a password-driven application – but it’s one of the best productivity apps you can get to know – but you can play that role in a decent way. In this case, you can store passwords, annotations and other types of information in the app with ease, only there will not be the same level of security of specific programs.

This ends up being a better alternative for those who already use Evernote in their devices. To check it out, just click on the link.

11. Keeper

Keeper is another great alternative for those looking for a complete app. It serves to store any kind of important information, including passwords, of course.

It is worth mentioning that you can still customize the interface of the app, something unusual in software like that. Click the link to check out more about the app.

12. Password Boss

Password Boss is one of the most expensive software on our list, but there is a reason for that. It’s easily one of the apps to manage more complete passwords, as well as allowing you to store other sensitive information and not have your privacy violated.

In this case, it is also one of the safest and features two-factor authentication. You can check out more about Password Boss through the link.

13. True Key

True Key is software developed by Intel itself, so it may be more suitable for anyone who wants something from a better-known company. Still, it’s worth mentioning that the app itself is pretty basic and does not have as many features with some of the options on this list.

One benefit is that True Key can be used all in Portuguese, which can be an advantage for many users. You can check out more about the app through the link.

14. Zoho Vault

Zoho Vault is definitely one of the best options for those who want ease in managing passwords. It can be used directly on your internet browser, without the need for direct installation on Windows PC.

Still, you can use it on multiple devices to have the password on hand even when you’re away from home. You can check out more about the app through the link.

15. F-Secure Key

F-Secure Key is an interesting option, especially if you are looking for free software to install on your new computer. It is quite complete by itself but offers even more options and features in the premium version.

It is compatible with various devices (computers and mobile) and is very easy to learn to use. You can check out more about it through the link.

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