- Native client apps available for almost all platforms. Free to use for most purposes. But vault is always stored on the cloud.
- Myki is an interesting one I've been testing out lately. Passwords only stored locally, and instead of having a "master" password like most services, it uses your touchID fingerprint. So far the experience is pretty good. It works by recognizing login/password fields like most services, and then sending a request to your phone to fill the fields. When you give permission using your fingerprint, it auto-inputs the username & password. It can create randomized passwords with lots of characters, etc. like 1Password. There are a few bugs (probably because they're new), but they are really only minor inconveniences like having to resend a login request if your phone for some reason didn't pick it up.1Password was my go to password manager for years but myki changed everything! Started using it a few months back and never looked back! no passwords on the cloud and best UI for a password manager hands down definitely worth a trySince the Cloud has been proven to be so vulnerable (cf. the attacks/breeches/failures witnessed these past few months) using a decentralized system to store my passwords was crucial. This is the first thing that made me turn to Myki. Myki even auto-fills out the 2 factor authentication. Then I discovered a whole lot of other useful features that help me manage and store my passwords efficiently. One of them being the sharing center, that offers an easy way to store, share and track shared accounts (and revoke them too!) We can now add credit cards and myki helps autofill them securely while making an online transaction. I've been happily using it for the past 8-9 months, and definitely advice everyone to give it a shot.
- 3Enpass Password Manager