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The most effective password managers to use on desktop and mobile

posted Tuesday Apr 26, 2022 by PLUGHITZ Live Staff

If your privacy and security concern you, it's understandable that you're trying to find external tools to help you, like password managers. These apps or software will allow you to manage all of your passwords and sensitive information in one place.

Top 9 trusted password managers to use

Here, we'll go through the top 9 most trusted password managers you can find in the tech world. Keep reading and start getting prepared!


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LastPass is one of the most popular options and has various features. It has both a free and premium version. The premium version offers features like being able to share passwords with others and having access to an emergency contact.

The main disadvantage of LastPass is that it stores your passwords on their servers. This means that if someone hacks the company, your passwords could be compromised.


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Bitwarden is a great password manager and offers both a free and premium version. The free version includes features like unlimited passwords, autofill, and sharing. The premium version offers additional features, like a portable Windows version that you can install on a flash drive and extensions for 8 different browsers.

The main disadvantage of Bitwarden is that it has basic desktop software. Also, the mobile apps can't fill out credit card numbers or any other non-login data automatically.


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Keeper is affordable and has different features. There are both free and paid versions. The premium version offers features like being able to monitor the internet for someone using your data without permission. It also gives 10GB of secure cloud storage.


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1Password has been working to ensure that its non-Apple users aren't left behind. The Windows app now has the same features as the Mac app and 1Password's first Linux app.

The Android and iOS mobile apps are not as versatile as the desktop interfaces, but they are still easy to use. They both support autofill. The Android and iOS mobile apps also have excellent stand-alone browser extensions for Brave, Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari.


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KeePass is an excellent option because it's open-source and free. It stores your passwords on your computer, so you don't need an internet connection to access them.

The main disadvantage of KeePass is that it doesn't have a built-in password generator, which can make creating strong passwords difficult.


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Blur is a service that helps protect your privacy. It also has a password manager; this password manager is good, but it might be a bit more expensive than the other ones. Its mobile apps are out-of-date and hard to use, but Blur does a good job of keeping your data private.


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RoboForm has been around for a while, but its new web interface and mobile apps are modern and easy to use. The desktop app still feels a bit outdated, but it's still very good at filling out forms.

RoboForm has many features, like password sharing, two-factor authentication, and a password generator. The free tier is good and includes most of the features RoboForm offers. However, it doesn't let you sync your passwords between multiple devices.


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support. It also has excellent desktop software. The best part about Dashlane is its bulk password changer. This feature has been recently overhauled and can reset hundreds of passwords simultaneously.


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NordVPN developed NordPass, a trusted password manager. It has all the basics, and it's simple to use. You can also use biometrics to log in on the desktop app.

Retired options

Sometimes software goes away, even when that software is great. Here's an example of a password manager that is recently retired but is still worth mentioning.


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The parent company of Myki announced in March 2022 that all Myki's software would stop working on April 10, 2022. However, the information below about this password manager can help you understand how the system used to work and why it was a popular option.

Myki was a great password manager because it's completely free and easy to use. It stored data on your phone, so you didn't need an internet connection to access them.

The main disadvantage of Myki is that it didn't have desktop software or extension. However, it was ideal for those who didn't want their personal info on Myki's database. While the service is currently gone, the company suggested that something similar will be back in the future.

We want to thank each and every one of you for choosing MYKI and growing with us as a company. We are confident that you will encounter our products again in the future albeit under a different shape or form.


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