RoboForm doesn't offer much more than the basics of password management and form filling, but it does them well for a bargain price.
Kaspersky Safe Kids is an amazing bargain, offering full-featured support on unlimited phones and computers for a very low price.
Norton Family offers a lot of features at a fair price, but like a lot of parental-control apps, it can do far less on iOS than on Android.
Net Nanny is our top choice among parental-control apps for its broad feature set, wide platform support and reasonable pricing.
Google Family Link works well on Android devices, even if its features are somewhat limited compared to paid parental-controls apps.
OurPact offers functions and features on iOS that no other service can match, but it still lacks location history and a proper web-filtering system.
Qustodio supports most platforms and is one of the few parental-control apps that can still log texts and calls on Android, but its feature set is much more limited on iOS.
Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office has a breathtaking assortment of powerful features and functions that justify its high cost, but most people will never use them.
Trend Micro Antivirus for Mac offers flawless malware protection but does little to stand out from the crowd.
Intego Mac Internet Security X9 shines brightly in a couple of areas, but it ultimately doesn't compare to the best Mac antivirus apps.
Carbonite Safe provides the basics and does them well, but you'll pay a lot for the features you really want.
CrashPlan for Small Business costs twice as much as Backblaze, but its advanced features may be worth it for some users.
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Blur is just okay as a password manager, but it has excellent privacy protections if that's what you're looking for.
The free and open-source KeePass isn't for everyone, but if you're willing to put in some effort, it's one of the most powerful password managers out there.
The once-innovative True Key hasn't changed in years and lacks many features and functions now common among other password managers.
Qihoo 360 Security promises an extensive feature set, but many of the features don't work, and the free version is drowning in ads.