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Best Password Managers for Android in 2024

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Brandon Lee
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  • Android Dominance: As of Q4 2023, Android held 70.1% share of the world's mobile OS market.
  • Password Management: Due to the vast number of Android devices and accounts, secure password management is crucial.
  • Password Managers: These tools offer encryption and organization of passwords for secure and easy access without using insecure methods like sticky notes.
  • Business Focus: For businesses using Android devices, a variety of quality password managers are available.

Top Android Password Managers:

  1. Bitwarden

    • Best Overall
    • Features: Open-source, encrypted sharing, unlimited storage on free version.
    • Pros: Security reputation, affordability.
    • Cons: Limited extra features.
    • Pricing: Free, Premium ($0.32/month), Families ($3.33/month, up to 6), Teams ($4/user/month), Enterprise ($6/user/month).
  2. NordPass

    • Best for Smaller Teams
    • Features: XChaCha20 encryption, password health scanning.
    • Pros: Affordable plans, longer-term options.
    • Cons: Free version limited to one device.
    • Pricing: Various including Premium 1-year ($1.99/month), Family 2 years ($2.79/month, 6 users).
  3. 1Password

    • Best for Remote Workers
    • Features: AES-256 encryption, Travel Mode, Watchtower security.
    • Pros: Easy UI, integrations.
    • Cons: No free version, could be more affordable.
    • Pricing: Individual ($2.99/month), Families ($4.99/month, 5 members), Teams ($19.95/month, 10 members).
  4. Keeper

    • Best for Large Organizations
    • Features: AES 256 encryption, zero-knowledge architecture, unlimited devices.
    • Pros: Multi-factor authentication options, user-friendly.
    • Cons: Limited free version.
    • Pricing: Personal ($2.92/month), Family ($6.25/month, 5 vaults), Business Starter ($2/user/month, up to 10).
  5. Dashlane

    • Best for Family Businesses
    • Features: Zero knowledge, dark web monitoring, AES 256 encryption.
    • Pros: Value Family plan, VPN included.
    • Cons: Free version limited, expensive business plan.
    • Pricing: Premium ($3.33/month), Friends & Family ($4.99/month, 10 members).

Choosing the Best Option:

  • Subscription Needs: Match your business size and needs with the plan options.
  • Device Compatibility: Ensure the manager supports all your devices.
  • Free Trials: Use free trials to assess user experience.
  • Open Source: Consider open-source options for additional security transparency.

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/best-android-password-manager/

 
Posted : 05/04/2024 10:03 pm
(@malcolm-r)
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Bitwarden (i'm self-hosting) has been fantastic for me. the native browser plugins and mobile apps are fantastic.

 
Posted : 21/04/2024 9:31 pm