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Password manager apps are getting more and more popular day by day, as most people love the idea of keeping their passwords in one place. They are secure and relatively easy to use. Let’s have a look at some fantastic password manager apps.


1Password is a very popular password manager app that offers you many basic features such as password management, cross-platform support, password generation, and many more. It even boasts password unlock, as well as organization and safety features. You can use the app for 30 days; after that, you will have to take its subscription to continue the service; it charges from $2.99 to $4.99 per month.

aWallet Password Manager

aWallet Password Manager is quite an older password manager app that has a ton of features, including the ability to store passwords, credit card info, banking info, as well as custom data. It even has built-in custom icons, a password generator, search, and an auto-lock feature. The app even includes AES and Blowfish encryption. You can use it for free or take its premium subscription as well; the premium version of the app will cost you $3.49.


Bitwarden is a newly launched password manager app that includes AED-256 bit encryption, PBKDF-2-SHA-256 (to prevent brute force attacks), and salted hashing. The app even supports Android’s Autofill API. It is undoubtedly an excellent password manager app that you can use entirely for free.


Dashlane is another very popular password manager app that boasts a lot of features and decent encryption. The free version of the Dashlane app offers you auto-fill features, storage for up to 50 passwords, security alerts, and usability on a single device. It is a pretty amazing app available for free to use. You can even buy its premium versions that will cost you $4.99 and $9.99 per month.

Enpass Password Manager

Enpass Password Manager is quite a very popular password manager app covering 256-bit AES encryption, information backup and restore cross-platform support and many more things. It even lets you auto-fill your password into Google Chrome. You can use Enpass Password Manager for free or purchase its premium version by making a single payment of $9.99.


Keepass2Android is a decent password manager app that offers you the basics, including tools to backup passwords and many other features. It is entirely available for free to use, and I would recommend you try this app at once.


Keeper is quite an older password manager app that provides you with many features, including a password generator, Android’s auto-fill capabilities, and a vault for photos, videos, and other files. The app has a free version as well as a pro version. You can purchase a subscription to the pro version that will cost you $9.99 per month or $99.99 for a year.

LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Password Manager is an outstanding app that provides you with a variety of features, including auto-fill capabilities, tools to store photos, audios, support for the fingerprint scanner, a password auditor, and a password generator as well. It even can grant access to a friend or family member in case of an emergency. The app is great, and you can use it for free. It also offers a premium version that will cost you from $2 to $4 per month.

Password Safe and Manager

Password Safe and Manager is another pretty decent password manager app that doesn’t have any connectivity to the internet and the AES 256-bit encryption, which means you can feel safer on this app. The app even features a pretty amazing Material Design. It allows you to put your passwords in, generate new passwords, as well as categorize them. It offers you an auto-back option as well. You can use this app for free, but if you want to get some extra features, you will have to buy its premium version that will cost you $4.99.

Google Smart Lock

The Smart Lock offered by Google is another pretty decent password manager app that mainly works on Google Chrome, Android, and Chrome OS. Whenever you log into something, Google Smart Lock asks you if you want to save the password so that when you visit the same site, it will automatically fill in all your details. It supports credit card info, passwords, username, and a few other stuff. This one is entirely available for free to use.

So, these are all our recommendations for password manager apps. Try a few of the apps mentioned above. Thank you!

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