- door Firefox-gebruiker 15902071, 10 maanden geledenWaardering: 1 van 5Just do not user Keeper. They are miraculously at the top wherever affiliate sales follow. Any site with real reviews, drastically different. Most good 'costumer' reviews are from influencer program that rewards reviews with perks and free licenses.
They even try to sneak in extra items at last minute to order that sound necessary but are almost useless OR you expect already come with application. Not even mentioning they offer discounts for various things like feedback here, Twitter, FB, YouTube, and the other big tech companies so then they know about your social media account if you follow through on those items if ever offered.
Overall, I used Keeper for 3+ years and great for Enterprise and Security. However, it did nogood at home as others that I could not force to use product found it too cumbersome.
- door Bourne, één jaar geledenWaardering: 4 van 5Works great, all functionality I'd expect including creating new accounts, autofilling account information, and copying passwords and fields as needed.
The only problems are when you have firefox in ultra privacy mode, then the extension tends to not function
- door BlueSkyGamin, één jaar geledenWaardering: 4 van 5This has been my password manager for about a year now and it has served me well. It has many good features like generating strong and unique passwords and auto-filling passwords where it can. I do miss this product whenever I work on a computer that isn't mine. Some things that need improvement is detecting multiple uses of the same password and recognizing when you are making a new record on a website.
I thing this password manager is good, but I don't know if it's the best
- door Ariane Bouchard, één jaar geledenWaardering: 2 van 5Consistent with the rest of the Keeper experience. "It works, but..." is the best way I can describe it.
User experience is pretty terrible. It works with little icons in the text fields, but the pop-up that tells you to log in comes from the extension icon. Click the extension icon, however, and you're greeted by... settings. No logins there. Why they didn't just simplify everyone's life by putting everything into the icon is beyond me.
But logging in TO KEEPER happens in the icon. So logging into a site often requires you to juggle between the icon in the top right and the icons on the fields. That's assuming the icons work though, because leaving your browser unattended for a long time could cause it all to stop working and require a browser restart.
They recently changed the interface. Now you've got to click a couple more times, because they put the email address, password and 2FA on different pages. Terrible idea.
Logging into the extension and the app are entirely different processes. You need to log into both separately. The app has Windows Hello, but the extension doesn't.
The extension settings' interface is just plain weird, with green-on-blue dots indicating things that are turned on (accessibility anyone?), yet those "toggles" don't really do anything. They bring you to another page where you can check the setting. Why?
Also the desktop app by default adds global keyboard shortcuts that could very well break functionality in other programs.
And with today's update (early May 2021), they broke the thing completely. Can't type my password beyond a few characters, and even if I paste my password in, can't log in. Normally I'm pretty tolerant of bugs, but from a product that feels unpolished all around, it's harder to forgive.
Having tried LastPass (not great but still better than Keeper), 1Password (great on Mac at least; didn't try other platforms) and Bitwarden (great on most platforms; slight issues on Android), Keeper is the worst password manager yet. It just doesn't feel polished. I'm regretful that my employer picked this one.