Password Management systems, could it be more fun?

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Passwords are marvelous yet extremely annoying. It protects you and your valuables from pesky thieves yet it’s extremely hard remembering all of them. So instead of using one password or resetting them every week, use a password management system instead. They’re an easy way of storing your passwords and are at the same time extremely safe. It’s a done deal, a problem solver or for some, what keeps you sane. It’s a must-have for everyone. However, which one is the best? Well, we’ve decided to analyze LastPass, Dashlane, and RoboForm in order to rob you of the experience of finding them.

What did we find out?

Honestly, the password management systems are roughly the same. Their gradings are somewhat alike and in the end, it boils down to personal preference. They’re all easy-to-use, though if you value synchronization capabilities, we would recommend Roboform. This also applies to their multiple accounts features. It’s also worth mentioning that Roboform’s sentiment has been increasing this year.

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Conclusion and suggestion

Password management systems aren’t the most attractive tools, however, they’re extremely useful and if you want the best of the best in regards to grading, we’d recommend Roboform. Their system is highly graded and customers love them. So… check them out. They’re easy-to-use and it helps you fend off certain individuals.

The research team at Gavagai performed this analysis using our AI-powered text analysis tool, Gavagai Explorer. The texts for Lastpass, Dashlane, and Roboform that have been analyzed in this article were collected from public online data published on the Appstore.

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