The best password managers (2023)

The best password managers (2023)

Having a trustworthy password manager can facilitate your life big time thanks to your passwords' encryption and the needlessness to keep all your passwords in your head. Read on to discover our top picks!

Why do you need a password manager?

Even if you have a good memory, it gets really messy nowadays with lots of banking apps, social media, emails, cloud services, and so many more websites that ask you to log in with a password. And knowing the fact that it's better not to use the same password everywhere doesn't make things easier. Keeping all your passwords together in a safe place is a great solution, and that's why you need a trustworthy password manager. Although the option of saving your password in a browser can seem appealing, don't forget that saving passwords is not the primary function of a web browser, and an Opera browser data leak in 2016 proves it. So here are our top picks for you, so you can relax and have all your passwords in one safe place.


This password manager is not the cheapest, but it is one of the best ones on the market. It has a handy app that works on any device (iPhone, Android, Linux, PC, Mac, Chrome OS) and plugins for any major web browser. It doesn't only save your password but also provides you with some extra features. 1Password will help you to choose a stronger password and will alert you if your password is weak or if it has been compromised. It has an emergency access feature that you can use to grant access to someone you trust so they can see your passwords in case of an emergency. It offers a Travel Mode that lets you remove sensitive data before a trip and restore it just after you return. The app is also integrated with other mobile apps, so you don't need to copy and paste your password, but the app will do the job for thanks to autofill. Another feature that is important nowadays, 1Password can work as an authentication app (like Google Authenticator), so you can add an extra layer of security to your data.

Cost: $3/per month or $36 per year with a 14-day trial


NordPass is the creation of one of the most well-known and powerful VPN providers, NordVPN. So if you use this one, you will probably like NordPass since it has a similar interface and is trustworthy. All data conserved in NordPass is encrypted on your device before being uploaded on the server; that is a common password manager way of working. It provides you with the ​​​​​​two-factor authentication, a strong password generator, storage for sensitive personal information, and much more. Its rare feature is that it has an emergency access function meaning that you can grant it to another NordPass user so they can access your vault safely in an emergency situation

Cost: Free or $36/year for a Premium subscription with a 7-day free trial period


One of the oldest password managers on the market, Dashlane provides you with a Site Breach Alerts feature that regularly checks if your personal data hasn't been leaked or stolen and alerts you immediately if so. It has a user-friendly interface that lets you check all your passwords, notes, and personal info. It has iOS and Android apps as well as handy extensions for all major web browsers. 

Cost: $42 per year with a 30-day free trial.


BitWarden is a perfect option for those of you who simply need a good free password manager without any additional features. It has apps for all major operating systems and extensions for web browsers. The cool thing about BitWarden is that it has passwordless authentication support that lets you log in with a one-time code, security key, or biometric authentication. It is open source, meaning that the code behind the program is available to everyone, and you can check its flaws and improve it. You can also subscribe to its paid Premium version for $10/year and get additional features like a vault health report, two-factor authentication, 1 GB of encrypted storage and more. 

Cost: Free or $10 per year for a Premium version

Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault

Keeper provides you with unlimited password storage, multi-platform syncing, multi-factor authentication, and biometrics access to your passwords, among other features. It is trustworthy and uses leading encryption technology (AES 256-bit encryption & PBKDF2). You can enjoy all its basic features for free or get a paid plan with additional perks, such as 24/7 customer support, Azure, Google Workspace and other professional platforms support. 

Cost: Free or $2/month with a 14-day free trial

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