- от Пользователь Firefox 13746284, 5 месяцев назадОценено на 5 из 5Use this app since its beginning, still great. However that the server is in the USA and not in a country that complies with EU human rights does concern me.
- от Пользователь Firefox 14188480, 5 месяцев назадОценено на 5 из 5I have four Reboform licenses and the last one I purchased was Roboform Everywhere. I am an old cheap bast--d so I did not want to spend the money on a fourth license. Boy, am I glad I did. I have it on three of my computers and my cellphone. It sure makes life easier.
- от Cynyster, 5 месяцев назадОценено на 5 из 5I have been a long time user of Roboform (Since 2006) And while nothing is perfect, Roboform has always been a leader in form filling and password management. I have used Last pass and a few others over the years but the main reason I keep using Roboform may seem odd to many. My data is stored in files separate from the browser. It is not stored in the web extension itself. (web extensions in my opinion are exceptionally vulnerable to website access) Also I use about 15 different browsers and Roboform works in all of them. (WaterFox, Palemoon, SlimJet, Avant, etc) I find the mobile version a bit clunky, but then again, mobile browsers are massively clunky anyway. While many people probably have no need for the syncing feature I have Roboform on all my devices and the sync is fast! I can save a change on my computer and it is immediately changed on my laptop.
Besides passwords, I use Roborm to store all my bookmarks and notes (forget using evernote or pocket)
And probably one of the most overlooked parts is the password generator. The ability to put in the acceptable characters that a site requires is an amazing feature.
I realize that many people don't want to "take the time" to learn a program. That many feel it should be "intuitive". For the most part I agree, but at the same time, some of these posters need to get off their butts and take the time to learn how to use this tool effectively, instead of trying to pass off their own shortcomings as a problem with the software.