RememBear Premium Comprehensive Review With Images

Remembear premium is a password manager from a company that has many other products. Is it good? Read on.


  • Can easily manage all the basic tasks related to password management
  • Doesn’t have a problem with syncing with iOS, Android, Mac OS and Windows devices
  • The user-interface has a bear theme which is amusing.


  • Sometimes has a problem with filling in login details on websites.
  • Doesn’t have advanced features such as two-factor authentication
  • No Password inheritance
  • No Secure sharing
  • And no password strength report which gives actionable tips
  • Import options are also pretty limited


RememBear Premium has a unique and whimsical user interface.

As the name suggests, it features some neatly animated bears across the whole interface.

Consequently, managing passwords does become fun with RememBear Premium.

As far as features are concerned, RememBear Premium offers everything that a standard password manager should.

But if you are looking for some advanced features then you won’t find them in RememBear Premium.

It is a basic password manager that works.

RememBear Premium Full Review

There is an old adage that elephants always remember.

Apparently, it seems like bears don’t really have a habit of forgetting things either.

What we are talking about is RememBear Premium.

It is a password manager.

And a basic one at that.

It promises potential customers that it can first memorize and then manage all of their passwords.

RememBear Premium goes about its business with the help of a droll interface.

Many times, while navigating through the app, you will come across many animated bears.

Aside from the amusing interface, RememBear Premium does handle all the standard and basic password manager tasks such as,

  • Replaying passwords
  • Capturing passwords.

very well.

RememBear Premium also is pretty streamlined when it comes to syncing user data and settings across multiple devices using different platforms such as,

  • iOS
  • Android
  • macOS
  • Windows

With that said, if you are one of those users who like to have advanced password management features then you won’t find them here.

You are better off going with some of the other password managers in the market if you cannot live without some advanced features that we’ll discuss below.

In short, RememBear Premium is your standard password manager that works.



If you want to use RememBear Premium for your password management tasks then you will have to shell out $36 per year.

Is this price reasonable?

Our research shows that for the features that RememBear Premium offers, it is slightly on the expensive side.

Other password managers such as LogMeOnce and Dashlane charge users $39.99 per year.

That price is, of course, more than what you have to pay for RememBear Premium.

But there are other better password managers that are very competitive and cost less.

One prime example is Keeper.

Other examples include Sticky Password Premium and Password Boss.

All three of these cost users $29.99 per year.

And then there is RoboForm and True Key, both of which cost users just around $19.99.

But there is a way to use RememBear for free.

If you don’t have any interest in features such as multi-device sync then the company allows you to use RememBear Premium for free.

Again, in doing so you will have to forego the use of the service’s multi-device sync feature.

And this isn’t something that other password managers don’t do.

There are many password managers who follow this style of offering free versions of their premium products with fewer features.

For example, Dashlane.

Dashlane offers the exact same free version as RememBear Premium.

Users who are okay with not having multi-device sync feature may think that they can just sync data manually.

Sometimes you can do that by just exporting a simple file from one of your devices to the other by using the import feature.

Unfortunately, RememBear free version doesn’t have an export feature.

But let’s concentrate on the bright side.

The bright side is that users are free to use all of RememBear Premium’s feature for a period of 30-days during the very generous free trial that the company offers to them.

Some of you may find that RememBear Premium looks pretty familiar.

There is no way to know for sure why you feel that way but our research shows that users who have already used TunnelBear VPN would have that familiar feeling with RememBear Premium.

The reason for that is obvious as well.

RememBear Premium and TunnelBear VPN are two products that come from the same, single, company.

On a side now, readers should also know that McAfee now owns the company behind TunnelBear VPN and RememBear.

Furthermore, McAfee has also bought True Key.

True Key is another password manager that strongly focuses on advanced features such as biometric authentication.

User Interface

As far as the general layout of the app is concerned, it is pretty standard.

When you open up the program’s main windows you will find it doesn’t do anything out of the ordinary.

There is a menu that runs slowly down the left-hand side of the screen.

Users have the option of shrinking the left side menu so that it only shows them simply icons and not their related titles.

Right next to the menu on the left, there is another column.

This column is responsible for showing the user his/her saved password and other items.

On the right hand side, you have a rather large pane, of sorts.

This area enables users to view and/or edit their selected items.

User Experience


How do you get started with a password manager like RememBear Premium?

Just like other password managers such as Keeper, RememBear Premium does a good job of having its installer take the user through a very detailed and thorough overview of the onboarding process.

Right from the start of the process, users will encounter RememBear Premium’s whimsical nature.

To take an example, the RememBear Premium installer shows users reports on the steps it is taking during the installation process.

While doing that, it actually shows steps such as,

  • Brushing Fur
  • Unboxing Bear

So how do you create an account?

You create it just like you would with any other password manager.

The account creation process will ask the user for a valid email address.

After that, it will ask the user for a memorable but strong password which will act as the master password for the user.

Pay special attention to the next step because it is a bit on the unusual side.

When the user is going through the installation process, the company creates something it likes to call a Backup Kit.

After creating it, it enjoins the user to go ahead and print the Backup Kit.

And then store the Backup Kit print out somewhere safe.

What does the Backup Kit do?

What is it for?

Why do you have to keep it in a place that is safe?

Well, the answer all those questions is that the BackUp Kit is something that users can use to recover their account if a situation arises where they forget their master password.

The Backup Kit will also come in handy if the user loses all of his/her trusted smartphone and other devices.

The RememBear Premium Backup Kit consists of a new device key.

This device key is about 29-digits long.

It works for all of the user’s desktop devices.

The Backup Kit also comes with a QR code.

Users can use this QR code to activate their mobile devices.

RememBear Premium also provides users a sport where they can write down their passwords.

That makes this document a very potent document.

And that is also the reason why RememBear Premium recommends users that they should keep the document in a place that is very safe.

One of those places could be a fireproof lockbox.

After this step, the installer prompts the user to start the process of importing all the user’s passwords from the user’s web browsers and, if applicable, other password managers.

With that said, users need to keep in mind that RememBear Premium import options have great limitations.

To take an example, if we are talking about web browsers only then RememBear Premium can only import user data from Google Chrome.

And nothing else.

Moreover, even though it allows the user to import passwords from other password managers but the only competing password management products that it supports are AgileBits 1Password and LastPass.

Just like with all the other password managers, users need to install the company’s web extension in order to fully use the password manager.

The extension is easy to install.

Just go to the extension’s official page and install it via extensions option in your web browser.

Unfortunately, even in this category, RememBear Premium does not give users a lot of options.

RememBear Premium provides browser extension for only Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

The company has promised users that it will support Microsoft Edge very soon.


So what about those users who still use Internet Explorer?

Well, they can thank their bad luck.

The other unusual step that RememBear Premium wants users to go through is the one where it displays a code with six characters in its main application.

Then it shows the same six-character code in the service’s browser extension.

After that, it asks the user to confirm the fact that both six-characters match.

The RememBear Premium program also offers Achievements.

When a user takes the time out to import his/her passwords and then installs the company’s browser extension then the program unlocks two Achievements for the user.

In the beginning, the total number of achievements are 9.

So what are the other 7 achievements?

Well, they include a lot of actions.

Actions such as,

  • Installing the RememBear app on any given iOS device
  • Activating RememBear Premium edition
  • Activating RememBear Premium’s autofill feature on a given device running the Android operating system.

Users who have utilized password managers for a long time now would remember that Dashlane offered something similar in its earliest versions as well.

Back then, the company offered a similar system where users earned points and different badges for different actions.

This was just a way for the company to encourage users to fully utilize the options that their password manager provided to them.

As mentioned before as well, if you are using RememBear Premium you can expect to see lots of bears.

They are everywhere as far as the company’s premium product is concerned.

When the user is asked to type out his/her master password, a bear pops up and turns its head so that it can watch as the user types each new password character.

Users who go through the authentication process with a touch function on their mobile device would see a bear looking down on the screen.

Whenever a user manages to unlock an achievement from the list of achievements, a bear comes on the screen and roars in order to celebrate with the user.

In other words, you will see bears everywhere when you are using RememBear Premium.


How To Add Devices With RememBear Premium?

There aren’t a lot of people who use just a single Windows machine.

Modern internet users have a work computer and sometimes have a laptop along with a smartphone device and maybe even a separate tablet.

The point is, all of us have desktop machines along with smartphone devices and tablets.

We use all of our devices to log in and log out of secure websites.

So you don’t need any convincing to make use of RememBear Premium’s multi-device feature where you can install RememBear Premium on almost of all of your devices.

Well, at least the ones which are running on operating systems such as,

  • iOS
  • Android
  • macOS
  • Windows

How do you connect RememBear Premium with a new device?

The process is a snap, let’s start with that.

As your first step, you will need to install the RememBear Premium app from the relevant App store.

After that, you will use the app to snap some QR code that an existing and current RememBear Premium installation will provide you.

If you like to be amused, then perhaps you’ll like the fact that during this step a huge bear will appear on the screen and will audibly and visibly chow down on RememBear Premium’s QR code.

After the bear is done eating the QR code, you are all set.


In other words, you will have successfully connected your device with RememBear Premium.

Users should also know that RememBear Premium supports features such as fingerprint login on all devices running iOS and Android.

The default setting on RememBear Premium ensures that logins always open in the company’s RememBear Browser.

This comes included in the RememBear Premium package.

Some users may prefer Safari if they are using the iOS platform.

If so, then they will have to first add the official RememBear browser extension to their Safari.

Users can access the Remember extension via the share button in Safari.

There is another neat option available which, when enabled, allows RememBear Premium to fill in passwords for all of the user’s apps and web browsers.

This option is only available on the Android platform.

It is called RememBear accessibility.

In order to add a brand new Mac or Windows desktop device, users first have to download the official app.

Then they have to download the app on their respective system.

To connect the new device to RememBear Premium, users have to go through a simple process if they have already installed RememBear Premium on their mobile device and if their Mac or Windows desktop machine has the facility of a camera.

Assuming you have everything mentioned above in place, RememBear Premium will generate a QR code on your smartphone or mobile device.

All you have to do is to hold the QR code on your smartphone device’s screen directly in front of your computer machine’s camera.

That is it.

You are in.

But let’s say there is a user who doesn’t have access to any previous or current RememBear Premium installation.

Let’s also assume that the user does not have a camera attached to the computer machine.

Then what?

Then, the user will have to go through another process which isn’t as simple as the one we just described.

Just like in the case of mobile devices, users will have to start off by downloading and installing the official app.

Then they will have to copy a device key which is 29 digits long.

In this case, 1Password decidedly offers the easier approach.

With 1Password, the user can activate a completely new desktop machine or device by simply moving a given window which has a cutout that is transparent over the provided QR code.

RememBear Premium Windows and Mac versions, for all practical purposes, have the same features.

In other words, they are virtually identical.

But there are some minor differences.

For example, the Mac version’s import option isn’t available in the Settings menu.

It is available in the File menu.

That is certainly odd.

Talking about oddity, let’s talk about another one.

If the user is on a Windows machine then the RememBear Premium product automatically defaults to logging out on its own if it detects no activity for a period of 15 minutes.

RememBear Premium does offer users the option to change the timeout setting from a very short period of 1 min to a relatively long period of 20 minutes.

Come to the Mac platform, and users will find that the timeout setting is actually nine hours.


Nine hours.

By default.

Users can, of course, change the setting from the given range of five minutes to 24 hours.

Other password managers such as Dashlane, Keeper and LastPass Premium along with many others allow users to log in to their entire password collection even if they have not installed the company’s web browser extension or app.

Designers working for RememBear Premium deliberately made the choice of omitting such ability.


Well, they will tell you that they don’t want the user to log in to his/her account on a computer machine that is insecure because that could potentially compromise all of the user’s passwords in the password collection.

Features Including Password Replay And Password Capture


Once the user has installed the Firefox and Chrome browser extensions, RememBear Premium quickly begins to capture all of the user’s login credentials as soon as the user starts to enter them.

Users have the option of giving their saved login an easy to remember and friendly name while the program is capturing the information.

Needless to say, RememBear Premium allows users to have multiple sets of login credentials for each given website.

Users can use this feature to, for example, log in to their work Gmail and personal Gmail from the same password manager and on the same computer/account/browser.

Let’s say the user has a set of credentials which RememBear Premium has saved for a particular website.

And the user decides to return to that particular webpage.

Upon doing so, RememBear Premium will use the entry field to display the company’s trademark bear icon.

Users can click the bear icon to allow RememBear Premium to fill in the credentials.

But why does RememBear Premium want the user to click the icon instead of just filling the entry field on its own?

It is because of security reasons.

Some researchers have worked hard on the problem and have identified that hackers can use a technique via which various these malefactors can inject nasty scripts into a given webpage to create login forms which are invisible to the user.

After that, hackers can harvest the user’s sensitive login credentials when the password manager automatically fills the entry fields.

So in order to protect users against that RememBear Premium disables this feature on both its password manager and web browser.

Other password managers such as Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault do something very similar.

These password managers also do not fill entry fields automatically.

They require the user to perform a click on the field before they start to fill the entry field.

Of course, users have the option of using multiple records of login credentials for the same site and RememBear Premium allows users to select the one that they want to use with the given website via a drop-down menu.

The other thing users need to keep in mind is that once they have saved their login information for a particular website, they don’t really have to make the effort of navigating there directly.

All that the user has to do is to click on the company’s trademark bear icon that appears in the browser and then open up the, hopefully long, list of user logins.

If that sounds a bit too easy and imprecise, then users can also just use the search box and start typing their required login credential.

After the user has chosen his/her specific login, RememBear Premium makes the process easier by proceeding to the given website on its own and logging in the user.

Our research shows that RememBear Premium perform reasonably well when it comes to completing the job of capturing and storing user login credentials.

However, our research also tells us that it isn’t perfect.

In other words, sometimes it can into a pretty annoying set of problems.

Sometimes these problems come in the form of RememBear Premium’s failure to capture a random login credential.

One user reported that RememBear Premium failed to capture his login on Yelp.

RememBear Premium also has a little trouble in capturing information on websites that use two-page login forms.

Our research shows that on such two-page login websites, it can capture the password but has a hard time capturing the username.

RememBear Premium didn’t capture anything for services like Gmail as well.

The company’s representatives will tell you that the developers behind the product we’re looking at the problem with Gmail login and would come up with a solution very soon.

So what to do if you want to use services like Gmail but also want to give RememBear Premium a try?

Well, you create user logins for these services and websites manually.

Our research shows that if you do so, RememBear Premium will work.

Let’s Talk About The Password Generator

Users should know that in order to fully use a password manager they have to through a couple of steps after the installation process.

The first of those steps should be to secure all their passwords with their password manager.

In our case, that password manager if RememBear Premium.

The second step is to start the phase that we like to call password security.

In this phase, users have to seek out all of their weak passwords and then swap them out for stronger ones.

This is also the phase where users should search for any duplicate passwords that they would like RememBear Premium to get rid off.

And here is where RememBear Premium shows a bit more of its limitations.

RememBear Premium does not have the facility of a full-scale and comprehensive password security report.

All other good password managers like LastPass, Keeper, and Dashlane along with many others offer this feature.

RememBear Premium tries to compensate for it with a color-coded password strength meter.

It shows the user this meter whenever the user selects an item from the password list.

So how does the meter work?

The meter works by changing its color according to the strength of the password.


For example, if the color of the meter is nowhere near green then you need to change the password and make it stronger.

RememBear Premium cannot pinpoint the duplicate password entries for you.

So what’s the solution?

The solution is that you’ll have to ferret out duplicate passwords on your own.

With your own mouse and hands.

That’s just the way it is.

RememBear Premium does try to help users who want to replace some of their weak passwords with stronger ones.

This saves the user a lot of time that would have been otherwise consumed with thinking about stronger passwords.

Use the official RememBear Premium password generator to replace your weaker passwords with stronger ones.

The default setting enables RememBear Premium to create passwords which are 18 characters long.

These passwords contain, at the least,

  • Two digits
  • Small letters
  • Two capital letters

The 18-character password, in terms of length, is pretty good.

It is stronger than the 12-character passwords that other password managers such as RoboForm (which actually generates an 8-character by default) and Dashlane generate by default with their password generators.

If someone wanted to give a prize to a password manager with the longest default passwords then that prize would go to Myki password Manager & Authenticator.

It is a unique password manager in the sense that it is very mobile-centric and is free.

Out of the box, this password generates a password that is around 30 characters strong.

There is one other problem with RememBear Premium password generator.

Mainly that before generating a password it specifies the exact number of digits and capital letters it would use in the generated password.

What does this do?

This drastically minimizes the actual number of random passwords that it can possibly generate.

It also omits symbols and that can cut down the variety of strong generated passwords as well.

If we are talking about the total number of characters that are available counting all the four sets of characters then that comes down to around 72.

Breaking this 72 apart, you have,

  • 26 capital letters
  • 26 small letters
  • 20 symbols
  • 10 digits

If one were to choose a generated password from all these characters via random selection then the pool of possible passwords would be (in terms of combinations) more than 600 millions times that of RememBear Premium and its default configuration for password generation.

The majority of the password generators that we have seen draw characters for passwords from the complete pool of available password characters.

Sometimes, these password generators also ensure that they make up the password by using each type of character at least once.

Another way to have strong passwords is to use passphrases instead of actual passwords.

A better option is to generate passphrases which are lengthy in nature.

These are passphrases that contain five or more actual words.

Passphrases have these words separated by different punctuation marks that the user selects on his/her own.

The most famous example, in this case, is the Correct-Horse-Battery-Staple.

Elite password managers such as 1Password offer all their users to generate passphrases instead of passwords.

But there are very specific situations where you will find that passphrases work better than passwords.

These situations include when a user has to manually input a password on a specific website a number of times.


Other Credit Card Related Features

Password managers can usually take that great leap when going from helping users to fill login credentials to helping them fill in personal data on sensitive web forms.

In other words, most password managers include this feature as their bonus feature.

And this is exactly what RememBear Premium does as well.

In this respect, our research shows that RoboForm Everywhere offers perhaps the greatest level of flexibility.

It can store multiple user identities.

Moreover, it can handle multiple instances of many of the user’s data fields.

Other password managers such as Dashlane do have such kind of feature but they usually handle tasks related to credit cards separately.

What we mean by that is these password managers come with visual displays that help to match the user’s credit card’s bank logo and color.

When it comes to RememBear Premium, the only option that users can take advantage of is to fill forms with only their credit cards.

So how do you create an entry for that?

Creating an entry for one’s credit card is a very simple process in RememBear Premium.

Basically, all that the user has to do is to first enter a name and then the cardholder name.

After that, the user has to provide the expiration date.

And then, of course, the card number.

RememBear Premium is pretty smart.

By that we mean it has the smarts to know the user’s card type by only looking at the card’s number.

It also has the ability to record the user credit card’s verification number.

Additionally, it can also store information related to optional fields such as zip code and PIN number.

After the user has provided all the credit card details, the next time the user clicks on a field that is related to his/her credit card, RememBear Premium will display a menu.

This menu would show all of the user’s credit cards.

The user will then have to pick one of the shown credit cards.

When that’s done, RememBear Premium will fill all the necessary details.

It doesn’t get any simpler than that.

What Is lacking In RememBear Premium?


A lot of things.

We have already mentioned that RememBear Premium does a fine job of handling password management basics.

It can reliably capture, replay and then manage user passwords.

RememBear Premium can also generate strong passwords if the user requests it to do so.

Moreover, it can also sync user data across multiple devices.

As mentioned just now, if the user provides it with the details it can also help to fill out all the credit card information that some web forms require.

Nothing wrong with it so far right?


Even though these features are standard, that is about it as far as the extent of RememBear Premium’s feature set goes.

Previously, we pointed out that RememBear Premium does not have the facility of producing actionable and comprehensive password strength report.

Some of you might think that is not necessary.

But our research shows that it is very important if users want their password managers to help them improve their weak passwords.

The other thing users need to keep in mind is that this report-generating-feature isn’t exactly a premium features.

Plenty of other password managers offer this feature even in their free versions.

You have LogMeOnce and LastPass, both of which offer this feature with their free editions.

The other problem with using RememBear Premium as your primary password manager is that if someone with bad intentions gets a hold of your information regarding the master password, you are, for the most part, toast.


Because that person would have access to the user’s entire password collection.

That is never a good thing.

Most of the other password management competitors in the market offer users to enhance their security with the help of some advanced features such as two-factor authentication.

There are other password managers that require the user to enter his/her code which can only be sent to the user’s smartphone via a text message.

A few password managers rely on the user’s smartphone.

They leverage apps for various kinds of authentication options.

Other advanced options include biometric two-factor authentication.

In this regard, there is no password manager that is better than True Key.

True Key offers all its users with a wealth of secure and advanced biometric options.

Needless to mention again, RememBear Premium has none of these features.

So take our advice and exercise great great great caution while protecting your RememBear Premium master password.

Let’s move on to some other things which we found lacking in RememBear Premium.

Some password managers enable users to organize their data and items into various kinds of folders.

A few even offer nested folders.

Password managers such as LogMeOnce (more precisely, its Password Management Suite Ultimate edition), Keeper and Dashlane all belong to the class of password managers that offer such folder options.

Then there are password managers such as Password Boss, Sticky Password, and LastPass that even allow users to have nested folders.

When users install their respective browser extensions these nested folders become actual submenus that users can access via the password manager’s extension.

If you ask this question to a RememBear Premium representative, the representative would tell you that the developers behind the RememBear Premium product deliberately made the decision to omit organization via tags, folders, and categories.


Because, according to RememBear Premium developers, if they did their job properly, users would not feel the need to organize their passwords in folders.

Our research shows that their representative would also tell you that all password managers should have the means to display to the user login details and other information items just at the (user-defined) right time.

And password managers should do so only when users need their sensitive information.

That is why developers behind RememBear Premium have backed up their password manager with a search function that is highly optimized and works very well for the majority of users.

As far as philosophy goes, that is pretty reasonable.

Let’s talk a bit more about other password managers so that we can really compare RememBear Premium with what’s out there.

Password managers such as F-Secure Key, Kaspersky Password Manager, and Keeper are actually among those few password managers in the market today which aim to fill user passwords not just in the user’s web browser but also in applications.

RememBear Premium also does that but only on Android.

We would not complain about this issue except that this feature is very common in the password management product industry.

Users who like to share their password promiscuously should know that is not a good idea under any situation.

But there are circumstances where you do want to share something with someone.

For that, you must have a secure method of sharing a given login credential with, for example, your spouse or friend.

Most good password managers come with a built-in and secure sharing system.

One of those password managers is Intuitive Password.

Keeper and Dashlane also belong to the same category of password managers.

At the time of writing this review, RememBear Premium did not offer any such feature.

In more or less similar vein, password managers are not equipping themselves with the ability that allows users to designate an heir to their password collection.

The whole of it.

But some do offer subset of the user’s entire password collection as well.

This feature has also become reasonably common.

Most of the time, password managers introduce a waiting period before the heir gets to access the user’s password collection.

Password managers do this in order to make sure that the heir doesn’t have the opportunity to claim the user’s password collection if the user is still not dead.

As mentioned just now, all the top password managers offer this feature.

Some not so good password managers like Password Boss Premium and Intuitive Password also offer features such as digital inheritance.

But RememBear Premium doesn’t offer any such features.

Another rather controversial feature is that of automatic password updates.

Designers behind the password manager that we know as Keeper think that automated password updates present users with a security risk.

We can’t confirm or deny their claims.

But elite password managers such as LogMeOnce, LastPass, and Dashlane all offer some form of this feature that we call automatic password updates.

If you put this question forward to RememBear Premium representatives they will tell you that the company currently does not have any plans on introducing such feature.

And while we are on the subject of plans, the company behind RememBear Premium has stated that a lot of the features that we have mentioned above are indeed on the company’s roadmap for their RememBear product line.

According to one of their representative, RememBear Premium will start offering the password export feature very soon.

More like in a month or so.

Moreover, the company behind RememBear Premium has also said that it will start to expand on the product’s form-filling capabilities.

So, in the future, RememBear Premium would have the ability to do much more than just fill out information on credit cards.

Similarly, the company says other features such as secure sharing, application password management as well as password inheritance are indeed coming to RememBear Premium in the very near future.


We know that a lot of people find the idea of using a password manager very annoying.

And that is true.

In the beginning, it can become overwhelming.

Mainly that each time the user logs in to any given secure website, the password manager kicks in with a prompt asking the user to save his/her login credentials.

But one the user has gone through the initial phase of placing all the passwords into the password managers, things (on the whole) get much smoother.

And easier.

But that won’t happen if the user does not show any patience and stops using the password manager tool.

Some users may find that they didn’t have a hard time getting past the initial hump because of RememBear Premium and its whimsical user interface.

And as mentioned before, RememBear Premium does have everything that a basic password manager is supposed to offer.

It can handle all basic password management tasks.

And that may prove enough for a lot of users.

Unfortunately, if we compare RememBear Premium with some of the best password managers in the market today then it alls very short.

Even free elite password managers offer more features than RememBear Premium.

The password management field is currently a busy field.

And Security Gladiators has its own preferences when it comes to recommending good password managers.

Our research shows that Dashlane is the one that offers the most number of advanced features and that too in an easy-to-use and smooth interface.

Users who are looking for great consistency on multiple platforms can’t go wrong with Keeper Password Manager And Digital Vault.

The designers behind this password manager have emphasized the most on security rather than just on the number of features.

Moreover, Keeper also offers Wi-Fi-only sync option which is unusual but effective for more security.

Then there is the Sticky Password Premium password manager.

This should appeal to anyone who cares about cloud storage services.

Lastly, there is LogMeOnce and its Password Management Suite Ultimate.

This suite contains each and every feature that a user could need and imagine.

Our research shows that it even offers features that users will not find in any other password manager on the market today.

Zohair A. Zohair is currently a content crafter at Security Gladiators and has been involved in the technology industry for more than a decade. He is an engineer by training and, naturally, likes to help people solve their tech related problems. When he is not writing, he can usually be found practicing his free-kicks in the ground beside his house.
Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.