- There's a reason all of us are saying the same thing and it's because you need to know that this is genuinely the best product on the market. It's got the greatest features (filter by weak passwords, websites that have security risks recently, etc) and seriously solid UI / UX (which Mac users are known to be snobs about 🙋) and you can use it effortlessly across all of your Apple devices (I haven't tried on non-Apple).I'm a fan of 1Password, works really well across all devices.
- Secrets is a simple, light and secure password manager with a great user interface.I use Secrets. It's secure and amazingly simple to use. It's also beautifully crafted, and I'm a sucker for eye-candy on my apps.This is a simple, beautiful one time payment solution. It's perfect if you only own Apple devices and you want a great password manager without a needless subscription attached to it. It's secure, handy, and you can use it for notes or other Secrets
- I love LastPass. Not tried any of the others, but LP has always worked for me!
- I use an old-school password manager called KeyPassX. The upside is that it's completely open source, every version (even for older platforms) of it is still accessible and that my password file is stored on my disk (in my Dropbox to be precise). Personally i like it because i think passwords are a timeless thing that shouldnt be linked to any one company's existence