Rated 4.8 out of 5
4.8 Stars out of 5
by Firefox user 14123907, 9 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Overall this extension and the service is good. But now that firefox has greatly improved its psw management I fond this extension just unnecessary. For two things its still superior: each bitwarden entry can have many fields, and you can add note to them. You can also add the credit card infos. The second is the greater password generator - although its not integrated in the webpage: I always fear to create a new account and lost the password before being able to login the first time - where it actually asks you to save the password.
- by Firefox user 14732449, 3 days agoRated 5 out of 5LastPass was my go-to before BitWarden, and they were alright but their support was abysmal and many websites outright didn't work, on top of the app being nigh-unusable. My experience with this well-designed piece of open source software has been awesome so far, and I'd recommend BitWarden to anyone who's as yet unsure.
- by René W., 6 days agoRated 4 out of 5Coming from KeepassXC-Browser I switched solely because Bitwarden does not require a running desktop-client, since I was occasionally using a Chromebook.
2 small issues bother me, and this is why I don't rate it 5/5
When typing into the searchbar of the addon it has often a hicup where it drops characters. Also it does not always search in the entire vault.
2. Lack of keyboard shortcuts
KeepassXC-Browser has multiple Shortcuts allowing me to fill Username, Password and TOTP Strings, with Bitwarden I have to open the Addon and click around.
The price for premium at 10$ is very reasonable, the Android-App works better then Lastpass's so I am content with it as a solution.