Do you know how they make their money and why they offer the free service, without Googling the answer?I chose bitwarden because it was free and as good as any other password manager out there. If you really wish to self host it, you could do that too. Its secure and free.
When you have time, you might want to read this, in regards to BitwardenI do. Well, I think I do On reddit this question was asked and the answer was that there's really only one person on the payroll and they get enough dosh from people willing to pay for the family or business accounts.
Consider using 1Password. You can buy the non-subscription version from their website. They also offer a fully versioned trial period with the app.OK - I throw myself to the wolves too - LOL -
I have been using iAccounts since 2010 (iPhone3 days) works great on every iOS since then (so far) and it was $10 (Back then) and I have it on 2 phones, 2 ipads and 2 MBP's all synced and working fine with same data on each.
The developer gave up about 5 years ago and left the app on the app store N/C - AFAIK it's still there - too bad - i think it is a great great app.
That said, maybe someone will tell me it is a risk problem - but it still works for me - anyway it's days are probably numbered considering the next OSX and next iOS - my guess the next updates will be the end - i am surprised it made it this far on iOS.
But you are not able to buy a standalone license via website. You have to buy it while installing the (Windows) app.Consider using 1Password. You can buy the non-subscription version from their website. They also offer a fully versioned trial period with the app.
The same with me.I have tried many password managers over the years. And in my opinion, 1password is the best.
Yes, but the link only brings you to the "iOS Apps" forum... :/I put a working link in my previous post.
I fixed the link. Sorry for linking to the wrong thing before.I have time, all I need is a working link!
I am pretty sure you can get their stand alone Mac version on their website. If you can't find it, they can direct you to it.But you are not able to buy a standalone license via website. You have to buy it while installing the (Windows) app.
I used the 30 days trial period and came to the conclusion to buy a subscription.
When I decided to use another solution to store my passwords I wanted to manage all locally for security reasons and concerns. I wanted to have a password safe that is saved locally on my devices and that I'm able to sync like I want to sync e.g. via Dropbox or iCloud. I liked the idea of having my passwords locally and be able to manually sync. So I wanted to use 1Password with a standalone license. But to use my passwords on different devices I had to buy standalone licenses for all of my operating systems like Windows, iOS and Android too. But I still want to have the option to use the next version of 1Password. But for every new version I want to use I have to buy standalone licenses again. And that would be much more expensive for me then buying the annual subscription.
Then I tried the 1Password membership and I have to say, that this is exactly what I want to have. All my passwords are locally on my devices. So if I don't have an internet connection I still be able to use my password entries. Like I have a lot of entries for local things too. I'm allowed and able to use 1Password on every operation system I want to use it and I'm also able to use the newest version of all the apps. And all of my passwords are synced in a second to my other devices. I don't have to think about external sync via a 3rd party company. All works very well. That's why I paid for the annual subscription.
The same with me.
Yes, but the link only brings you to the "iOS Apps" forum... :/
No, they don't want to promote this possibility in public. They want you to join the subscription. But if you want to buy a standalone license you have to do it while installing the apps.I am pretty sure you can get their stand alone Mac version on their website. If you can't find it, they can direct you to it.