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February 14, 2022

Apps We Love: 5 Best Password Manager Apps

Apps We Love: 5 Best Password Manager Apps


In honor of Valentine's Day, we're sharing the 5 best password manager apps that we love.


Password protection often goes unnoticed. You would never leave your car or your front door unlocked. So why are you leaving your computer passwords unprotected?


Just like a home robbery, people can access your computer passwords to steal sensitive information, bank details, and other personal data. But lucky for you, there are password manager apps to keep you and your loved ones safe from cybersecurity risks.


Keep reading for the 5 best password manager apps to try today. Don't wait until your information is compromised to make a change. Be proactive!


Watch our video: Why You Need a Password Manager

1. Bitwarden

Bitwarden is a free app for password management. You can use the app for your iOS devices and keep your passwords secure. It allows you to self-host your password data on a personal server.


You can sync as many devices as you want and set up two-factor authentication for maximum security. If you do not use the iOS operating system, consider upgrading to the premium version which allows you to use Bitwarden on other systems.


As far as free apps, this is one of the best password managers you can get.

2. LastPass

LastPass is a password management app known for its premium membership features. There is a free version but it only allows you to save passwords on one device.


The premium version offers one-to-many sharing. This means that you can share your password with family, friends, or coworkers for shared services like television streaming or presentations.


LastPass is also known for superior customer service and usability. It's intuitive and has a fail-safe emergency contact system. So you can choose an email address to receive the information if you forget your master password.


If you are also wondering about security for your website, check out this security checklist.


Related Post: Website Security Tips

3. 1Password

You can use the 1Password app as a google password manager, Windows password management and basically any site you frequently log into on your computer. 


It works in all browsers and you can try a free one-month trial before committing. This is the best password management app if you work across many devices, operating systems, and browsers.

4. DashLane

DashLane is a two-factor authentication app. You can access, save, and change your passwords from one convenient app. You can use DashLane on Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android.


The only downside to the DashLane app is that it costs $60 a year. But it's a small price to pay for the peace of mind that comes with knowing your devices are secure. 

5. Password Boss

Password Boss allows you to use a single master password. It has two-factor authentication and will autofill web forms. The app costs $30 a year per user.


People like Password Boss because it's simple, effective, and can generate and save secure passwords for you.

Protect Your Information With a Password Manager App

If you don't already have a password management app, consider downloading one of the ones mentioned above. It's the only way you can be confident your information stays secure.


Looking for managed IT services for your business? Contact us today and let us help you keep your business running smoothly and securely. 

Kevin Gray
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