One of The Best Password Manager Reviews 2019

Published on September 22, 2019
One of The Best Password Manager Reviews 2019

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A password manager is a software that is used for protecting as well as managing the passwords for your all online accounts. It is a solution for all your problems if you have numerous online accounts. Your password is protected by encryption methods.  Now you don’t need to cram all of your passwords just use the services of a good password manager and remember only one password of that manager.

Your next question might be is “which password manager is the best?” So here are some of the best password managers being tested in 2019.

  1. Dashlane:

Dashlane is an excellent desktop application that is a solution for a protected online life. Some of the features of Dashlane are.

Password storage & autofill:

This feature automatically saves your, bank account details and all of your personal information and it fills the information when needed. You don’t need to fill all the same information again and again.

Password generator:

Managing the passwords of all online accounts is a very difficult task. For this purpose Dashlane allows you to store unique and complex passwords of online accounts. It allows you to save hundreds of passwords efficiently.

In the case of a data breach, Dashlane protects its user and scans the web for stolen information and notify its user if the important information is present on any inappropriate website.

  • A mobile app that can be secured using fingerprint, Face Id or pin. 


The major downside of Dashlane is its high price as compared to other password managers

Dashlane Premium costs you $3.33 per month which allow you to manage unlimited passwords on an unlimited number of devices. It also provides you VPN as well as dark web monitoring services.

Dashlane Premium Plus costs about $10 per month which provides up to $1 million theft insurance, credit monitoring, VPN service, unlimited password storage and much more.

  1. Lastpass:

Lastpass is considered one of the best in the market. The best thing about Lastpass is that you get lots of features with unlimited devices excess in the free version. There is no specific application that you should install on your device for Lastpass. Install the extension on your browser for using Lastpass for securing your passwords.

Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, Chrome OS, Windows Phone, watchOS are the Operating systems that support Lastpass. Strong encryption Algorithm secures your all passwords and protects your information. The data you keep in Lastpass is protected even from Lastpass itself. The extensive two-factor authentication is like icing on the security cake.

The free version allows you to secure your unlimited passwords on all of your devices. Premium version costs $36 per year with a lots of features like autofill information, one to one sharing, priority tech support and much more.

  1. Keeper:

Keeper is a password manager application and digital vault that stores website passwords, financial information & sensitive documents using 256-bit AES encryption. Keeper has a user-friendly interface that can be used easily on your computers and mobile phones. It manages your passwords, allows dark web scanning, private messaging, provides resource library and much more.

Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, Chrome OS, Windows Phone, Kindle, BlackBerry user can use Keeper on their devices. Keeper does not have mobile application pin although it has Face recognition and fingerprint login access.


If you only want to manage passwords you can get a package in $30 annually. While max bundle having all the features is in $60 annually.

  1. Enpass:

Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, Chrome OS are the operating system that supports Enpass, that is a password manager that manages all of your passwords and manages auto-fills too.

The best thing about Enpass is all your important information remains with you not even with Enpass until or unless you by your own self sync your data in cloud account.

Segregating data in different folders is a very good feature that prevents mixing up of your personal and family information.

Enpass provides you a free desktop version and it also allows you to access information from your smartwatch too.

Free Version allow you to access 20 devices while the premium version offers unlimited passwords and multiple vaults only in $12 for the whole life.

  1. 1Password:

1Password is another password manager that allows you to store unlimited passwords, software licenses and sensitive information in highly secured vaults.

Platforms on which 1Password is available are Windows, Mac, iOS, Android. Linux, Chrome OS. It is trusted by 15 million users in the world. It also offers strong categorization option. 2-factor authentication keeps your data secure.

  1. Zoho Vault:

Zoho vault manages your password efficiently and safely share the password with other workers. It can be accessed from any browser or any platform easily.

Zoho allows free syncing from across all of your devices. Though one drawback is that Zoho does not work properly with Google sign-ins mostly.

  1. Roboform:

Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, Chrome OS supports Roboform. Strong encryption, multiple steps authentication, and emergency access make you secure.

It provides a 24/7 customer support service. It also provides chat service across the world for its users. It fills web forms, password audit, manages bookmarks and much more. The premium version is quite inexpensive its price is about $24 per year.

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