Top 10 Best password manager for Andriod

Top 10 best password manager for Andriod

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So, how are you guys; I hope you guys will be good. In this article, I am talking about 10 of the Best Password Managers for Android. Today’s technology has reached that stage where almost everything is digital. But we all know that there are two sides to every coin. This new revolution has also given rise to increased cybersecurity threats and a new breed of criminals. If you are still using your name or birth date as your universal password, then you have to face an unpleasant fact. We use this type of password as they are easy to memorise, but this type of password gets easily broken by hackers. That’s why to make your account secure you have to make your password hard/strong (which is difficult to memories), otherwise, hackers is working overtime to crack your password so that they can access to your online accounts. Best 10 password manager for Andriod:-

If you are still using your name or birth date as your universal password, then you have to face an unpleasant fact. We use this type of password as they are easy to memories, but this type of password gets easily broken by hacker. That’s why to make your account secure you have to make your password hard/strong (which is difficult to memories), otherwise hacker are working overtime to crack your password so that they can access to your online accounts.

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So, these are the name of Best 10 password manager for Andriod:-

1. LastPass: –

LastPass Best 10 password manager for Andriod

Along with experts, I also agree with the fact that LastPass is the best password manager available for Android. Security is the most important priority of every password manager, followed by price. You guys will get amaze by knowing the fact that this app makes a perfect balance between price and security. The Cloud syncing feature of this app makes this app different from other password manager app (for android). LastPass by protect your data by using AES-256 encryption. It also holds up multi-factor authentication which adds an extra layer of safety or protection.

LastPass has a bunch of unique feature, a fingerprint scanner support, a password generator, an emergency feature that let you grant access to your friend or family and a password auditor that will lets you know when a password is weak.

LastPass comes in two different categories – free and premium. The free version of LastPass also offers secure, syncing of credentials across browsers, access to your secure vault, and storage for text notes from any internet-connected device by LastPass.com. Whereas, the premium version adds advanced multi-factor authentication, secure cloud storage for files, and the ability to set up a contingency plan so your loved ones can access your accounts in an emergency.

Plus point of LastPass are:-

Stores unlimited logins, Automatic form completion, and Generates strong passwords.

Pricing:

Premium Price (Single user): $24/year

Family Price: $48/year

Free Version Available:  YES

App-feature:-

Cloud Sync: YES

Local-Only Mode: No

Multiple accounts: No

Audit Password: YES

Emergency Access: YES

Share Password: YES

Autofill (Nougat or Lower): YES

Autofill API (Android 8+): YES

Tech Support: Online Support

Security:-

Multi-Factor Authentication: YES

Encryption: AES-256

Fingerprint Login: YES

Universal 2nd Factor: YES

Bug Bounty Program: YES (up to $5,000)

Secure Cloud Storage: 1GB

White Paper Available: YES

2. Dashlane:

dashlane Best 10 password manager for Andriod

DashLane is another great password manager app that is risk-free & feature-packed. Along with managing your passwords, Dashlane monitors the dark web for any security vulnerabilities pointing to the emails you add. It scans the web through what the company calls “Dark Web Monitoring” and tells you if your information appears anywhere insecure online. It’s the only app that both protects and prevents you from the risks of sharing information online.

Like LastPass, It also has 2 types: free and premium. In free version, it’ll store password, payments, IDs, personal info and more on an encrypted vault. It also uses the autofill feature for passwords on apps and sites. The premium plans come with some extra features such as identity-theft insurance options.

Plus point of DashLane is One-click password generation, Automatic form completion, and Digital wallet feature.

Pricing:

Premium Price (Single user): $39.99/year

Family Price: N/A

Free Version Available:  YES

App-feature:-

Cloud Sync: YES (Premium)

Local-Only Mode: YES

Multiple accounts: No

Audit Password: NO

Emergency Access: YES

Share Password: YES

Autofill (Nougat or Lower): YES

Autofill API (Android 8+): YES

Tech Support: Email

Security:-

Multi-Factor Authentication: YES

Encryption: AES-256

Fingerprint Login: YES

Universal 2nd Factor: YES

Bug Bounty Program: YES (up to $1,000)

Secure Cloud Storage: No

White Paper Available: YES

3. 1Password:-

1password Best 10 password manager for Andriod

1Password is also most popular & one of the best password managers for Android. This app is also feature-packed and comes with everything you’d want in a password manager but at a bit higher price than LastPass. Some of its basic features include password generation, password management and cross-platform support with other operating systems. It can also save your credit card info and fills in that info easily thanks to its support for Android Autofill API. 1Password’s security features are also magnificent. By two-secret key derivation (a very secure technique), it protects your data. 1Password offers a 30-day free trial after which you’ll need to upgrade to a paid plan.

Plus point of this app is that you have to remember only one password, known as master password.

Pricing:

Premium Price (Single user): $35.88/year

Family Price: $59.88/year

Free Version Available:  No

App-feature:-

Cloud Sync: YES (Premium)

Local-Only Mode: No

Multiple accounts: YES

Audit Password: NO

Emergency Access: YES

Share Password: YES

Autofill (Nougat or Lower): YES

Autofill API (Android 8+): YES

Tech Support: Email

Security:-

Multi-Factor Authentication: No

Encryption: AES-256

Fingerprint Login: YES

Universal 2nd Factor: No

Bug Bounty Program: YES (up to $100,000)

Secure Cloud Storage: 1GB

White Paper Available: YES

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4. Keeper:-

Keeper Data Vault & Password boosts your online security by generating highly secure log-in passwords and enabling you to store sensitive info like bank account details and credit card numbers in a virtual vault. Its price (very low) will give you unlimited password storage and sync, limitless secure record sharing and secure cloud backup. It also supports biometric verification and can be used only in your browser. The only way to restore your account (if you forget your master password) is done by emergency access.

Pricing:

Premium Price (Single user): $29.99/year

Family Price: $59.99/year

Free Version Available:  Yes

App-feature:-

Cloud Sync: YES (Premium)

Local-Only Mode: YES

Multiple accounts: YES (Premium)

Audit Password: YES

Emergency Access: YES

Share Password: YES

Autofill (Nougat or Lower): YES

Autofill API (Android 8+): YES

Tech Support: Online Ticket

Security:-

Multi-Factor Authentication: YES

Encryption: AES-256

Fingerprint Login: YES

Universal 2nd Factor: No

Bug Bounty Program: No

Secure Cloud Storage: 10GB (require family)

White Paper Available: YES

5. Sticky Password:-

You can be sure that security of this app is first priority as Sticky password comes from the team behind AVG Antivirus. Like most of other password manager app for android, there are two editions of Sticky Password: free and premium. Both versions of Sticky Password carry a generator that can create secure logins for you while you’re registering for new online accounts.

The premium edition adds backup and cloud syncing and costs $29.99 per year. There’s also a lifetime license available for $149.99 per year. It’s genuine to use, but doesn’t offer as many customization benefit as the other services here. It also supports biometric verification.

Plus Point of Keeper is 2-factor authentication & Cross-platform, while minus point is Limited customization.

6. RoBoForm:-

RoBoForm allows you to cloud backup, sync across devices, and the ability to gain emergency access yourself. Its password generator is particularly vigorous, allowing you to refuse similar characters and specify which special characters you need to meet specific password need. RoBoForm is an acceptable option for anybody who wants a simple and secure way to sync passwords between laptop, desktop and mobile platforms.

Premium license Price:

$19.95 – for 1 year

$49.95 – for 3 year

$74.95 – for 5 year

There are also family subscriptions, accessible for up to 5 users.

Plus Point of RoBoForm is cross-platform, stores unlimited logins, and stores notes.

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7. KeePass Password Safe:-

It isn’t the most aesthetically possible password manager in the world, but KeePass Password Safe offers multiple user support, robust security, and downloadable plugins to expand its feature set. KeePass’s secure password generator can produce logins suitable for those annoying sites with very specific condition, and clearly illustrate any options that might make the generated password weaker. The fact that KeePass Password Safe is open source means anybody can inspect the code for potential weaknesses, which means that any security issues can be diagnose and fixed quickly. Plus point of KeePass are Excellent password generator and Expandable via plugins; whereas minus point is Looks a little dated.

8. Enpass:-

Enpass is an impressive password manager that offers a secure way to govern your passwords while keeping the price in check. If you’re looking for a dominative and cost-effective password manager for Android, Enpass is your best for you. It’s also free on mobile devices for up to 20 passwords. You’ll need to pay a one-time fee of $10/device to lift the bar. Enpass has admirable security features and care for your data with 256 bit AES encryption. Like 1Password, it comes with support for the autofill feature. Enpass can back up and restore your information. It also has the option to import from other password managers, which makes migration very easy.

9. aWallet:-

Awallet is a simple, yet effective, password manager app that has gained the hearts of many users. It comes with a host of top-notch security features and additional ingredient that make it good all around. The app securely stores your passwords, credit card info web accounts, e-banking credentials, and other user data. It encrypts all data, including entry names using Blowfish algorithms and AES. It also has a self-lock feature that can be preconfigured for a stated period of time. Additional features include the ability to substitute and restore an encrypted data file to an Android USB device. The pro version (available via in-app purchases) unlocks additional features such as password generator, CSV export, password generator, and fingerprint unlock.

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10. Bitwarden Password Manager:-

Bitwarden is a newer password manager app and a notably good one. The app includes AES-256 bit encryption, PBKDF2-SHA-256 and salted hashing. The app is also totally costless, completely open source, and you can host your own password server if you want to. It also supports Android’s Autofill API. This is probably the best password manager app that you’ve probably never heard it before.

Conclusion:-

Our first choice is Dashlane, followed by 1Password. But don’t drive with my choice i.e. DashLane, it’s my personal choice. You should try at least 1-2 password managers so that you can understand which app will best suit you, according to your requirement.

You can write your suggestion about this article, and what do you think about this wonderful article as well if you think I miss any one of the other best password manager app for Android, tell us in the comment box given below, we would love to read your comment. Comment box is all yours 🙂

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