Cloudswave Score for Keeper
Rating based on 5 Critic Reviews
Neil J. Rubenking, on Pc Mag
Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault 8 combines password management and secure file sharing in one easy-to-use package, and it runs on just about any device you can imagine.
Marco Tabini, on Mac World
Overall, Keeper is one of the simplest password managers I’ve ever seen. If you do not use one of these apps today, it represents a great starting point: it takes security seriously, it can be set up in under five minutes, and takes even less time to master.
I don’t usually judge software by its cost, but the app is a much harder proposition if you want to take advantage of its more advanced functionality, like syncing. If you want to use your data across, say, an iPad, an iPhone, and a Mac, you’re out $30 per year—and, at that price, you can find apps that, like OneSafe and 1Password, offer a greater array of functionality, although they often support fewer platforms.
Liane Cassavoy, on PCWorld
Keeper covers the basics in password management, but it's not as cheap or as easy to use as it should be.
• Lets you share passwords.
• Can get expensive.
• Requires too many clicks.
Keeper Backup Unlimited is perfectly poised to replace manual password management methods with ones that automate the process and encourage stronger passwords. Keeper enables an encrypted depository for all digital files, not just passwords. This password manager software is a strong contender and its customer service is second to none.
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