A standout password manager on desktop, LastPass also features excellent mobile support. The app (Android, iOS, Windows Mobile) is a password vault, strong password generator and browser all rolled into a single mobile app. The LastPass browser automatically fills in forms and login details when surfing the web and accessing sites, either through the in-app browser, Safari or Chrome. Users can also generate new passwords as well as add or update their list of Form Fills, Sites and Secure Notes. Unlimited device and platform syncing, once exclusive to paying subscribers, is now open even to free users, while premium users get extra features like family password sharing and priority support. Check out our full review of LastPass for more.
Keeper is a free and easy-to-use password management system available on multiple mobile OSes (Android, iOS, Windows Phone) and on the desktop. It allows users to enter, organize and safely store passwords and personal information and share them with trusted contacts. There's even a built-in password generator for creating strong passwords. The app can auto-fill login information as well as remember new passwords. Signing up for Keeper provides you with a 30-day trial of its cloud backup and syncing systems, after which you need to subscribe to one of its backup plans to continue enjoying cloud-based backup and multi-device syncing. We've got a full review of Keeper with more information.
Dashlane is a multi-platform password manager and digital wallet available for free on desktop as well as Android and iOS. Users can create, encrypt and store passwords and personal information in the app's storage vault, which can be used to auto-fill forms and automatically log in to websites. An integrated browser and optional keyboard provide further auto-fill options, and a Safari extension allows for autofill on iOS. Google Authenticator support provides the option for two-factor authentication. Subscribers to Dashlane's premium service can back up and sync their stored data to the cloud and across all of their devices. See our full review of Dashlane for more.
1Password (Android, iOS) is another popular option for a mobile password manager that's set up as a freemium system. It takes the standard route of locking your passwords and personal information secured by your master password, with an in-app browser for automating logins. Search features allow you to easily find what you need, and iCloud and Dropbox support allows you to efficiently sync your data. Upgrading to the pro version gives you access to a variety of new features, such as password vault sharing and more organizational tools. We've got a full review of 1Password with further details.
Intel's True Key (Android, iOS) features particularly good multifactor authentication that takes advantage of the mobile form factor to allow users to log in through a variety of means, such as from facial or fingerprint biometrics, a master password, verification from a second 'trusted' device, or an email link. True Key remembers and fills in your passwords for you, syncing the database across multiple devices, as well as importing logins from a variety of password managers. The base app is free on mobile, allowing syncing across multiple devices, but is limited to 15 different login credentials. A premium subscription ups that number to unlimited (or 10,000 in the fine print). Check out our more detailed review of True Key here.
A password management tool developed by an ex-AVG team, Sticky Password (Android, iOS) protects your logins and other sensitive information behind AES-256 encryption and a master password, while providing an embedded browser on iOS and support for Firefox, Dolphin, and UCWeb on Android for auto form-filling. The app supports fingerprint sensors, as well as offering some nice built-in syncing and versioning controls, allowing you to set the app's syncing and updating behavior. While the app is free, a premium subscription unlocks cloud syncing of your password vault and other stored information. Our full review of Sticky Password has more details.
Illium's eWallet (Android, iOS) protects your passwords, credit card details and other stored information behind AES-256 encryption, unlockable through a master password or through fingerprint scanner on supported devices. The app can sync with desktop versions of eWallet (sold separately) through Wi-Fi or cloud storage, and the app comes with a password generator so you can create strong passwords on the fly. On the info management end, eWallet has a nice virtual cards interface that allows you to format pieces of data as if they were virtual credit cards, with a number of easy-to-use templates. When it comes to password entry, the app comes with a built-in browser for opening links and auto-filling login details such as your username and password.