- autor: Používateľ Firefoxu - 14586648, pred 14 dňamiHodnotenie: 5 z 5Works every bit as well as LassPass. Works slightly differently, but just as good so far. I used to use LassPass to sync between my phone and computer. They have recently changed their policy of their free version to only sync to a single device. Since I needed to sync to both, I found Bitwarden. After playing with it a bit, I decided to purchase the premium version. It is less that 1/2 the price of LassPass. The biggest "issue" to me is that it doesn't automatically fill in the login in pages. you have to click on the Bitwarden Icon and then click on the login you wish to use (assuming you have more than one login for a particular site). This is by design and actually, once you are used to it, it works great. I also like the desktop app for windows. Nicer than having to log into a website to perform more in depth changes/reviews of your data.
- autor: Al-101, pred 14 dňamiHodnotenie: 4 z 5Not bad. Trying to replace LastPass.
Only big complaint is the font is small. On a 1920x1080 HD display laptop it's quite hard to read.
The desktop app does allow ctrl+= to enlarge font but it too is only temporary until you move, minimize or other actions then the font there goes small.
- autor: Tim, pred 14 dňamiHodnotenie: 5 z 5Having just migrated over from LastPass following their announcement about starting to charge for multi-device usage, I can't believe LastPass have done done me such a huge favour! Bitwarden is far superior, I'm a fan of open source software anyway and this password manager is superb. Thank you LastPass!!
- autor: simon, pred 14 dňamiHodnotenie: 5 z 5I have been using last pass for years. Now they decided to cut functionality and force users to use premium. So I went to bitwarden. Importing all passwords took 2 minutes.
It´s even better than lastPass (I think) and I happily went premium for 10/year, although it´s not needed, but I want to support this!