We’re going to suggest three other commercial password managers – the ones that crop up most often, and generally offer similar features at similar costs. So, it’s down to you which you feel works the best. The first is 1Password. com; prices start at $2.99 per month for a single user, and $4.99 for a family account for four people.
DashLane (www.dashlane.com) is a major player and offers a number of plans that will suit a wide range of consumer and business uses. The basic plan is free for all, but is limited to working on a single device. The paid home plan is $3.33 a month, and supports unlimited devices, password sharing, and Yubikey 2FA support. A business plan starts at $4 per user, and includes remote management, group sharing of passwords, and enhanced 2FA options, among others.
Our final option is Keepersecurity.com. It has a similar structure to DashLane, but opts to have yearly subscription pricing. The basic single-user package is $29.99, effectively $2.50 per month, and offers unlimited devices with sync, unlimited password storage, secure cloud backup, fingerprint access, and web access with support. A family option costs $59.99 for five users.
There are, of course, a host more password managers. You can find a vaguely independent list on Wikipedia at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ password_managers, or our sister website TechRadar maintains a list of free(ish) password managers at www.techradar. com/1325845.