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Bitwarden, Inc. is the parent company of 8bit Solutions LLC.

NAMED BEST PASSWORD MANAGER BY THE VERGE, U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT, CNET, AND MORE.

Manage, store, secure, and share unlimited passwords across unlimited devices from anywhere. Bitwarden delivers open source password management solutions to everyone, whether at home, at work, or on the go.

Generate strong, unique, and random passwords based on security requirements for every website you frequent.

Bitwarden Send quickly transmits encrypted information --- files and plaintext -- directly to anyone.

Bitwarden offers Teams and Enterprise plans for companies so you can securely share passwords with colleagues.

Why Choose Bitwarden:

World-Class Encryption
Passwords are protected with advanced end-to-end encryption (AES-256 bit, salted hashtag, and PBKDF2 SHA-256) so your data stays secure and private.

Built-in Password Generator
Generate strong, unique, and random passwords based on security requirements for every website you frequent.

Global Translations
Bitwarden translations exist in 40 languages and are growing, thanks to our global community.

Cross-Platform Applications
Secure and share sensitive data within your Bitwarden Vault from any browser, mobile device, or desktop OS, and more.

What’s New

Version 2.15.0

- Key Connector for SSO with Customer Managed Encryption
- New Linked Custom Field Type
- Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.4K Ratings

2.4K Ratings

Lawrence XXXX ,

Wow I finally secured all my passwords

First of all. I’ve always wanted to have a password manager due to the fact that having the same password for everything was never a good idea, well after a few fraudulent purchases on my debit card, enough was enough. I went searching online for a password manager and I really didn’t want to pay for one. Then boom Bitwarden came into play, what once was a free alternative to a password manager soon became THE BEST password manager. It’s pretty secure from what I’ve seen so far and since it’s open source there’s a lot of avenues you can do to secure your passwords. You can use almost any 2FA system ( I’ve been really enjoying OTP Auth because you can export your authentications just in case something happens to your phone) and a multitude of many other things, Bitwarden also lets you secure credit and debit cards, IDs, and secure notes, and it also auto generates passwords and you can control how you want to go about that. You can also export your all your passwords to a .Json or excel file if you want a local backup. They also offer a premium which is $10/yr that gives you a few more goodies but honestly to the average person who wants to keep your stuff secure you don’t need it, though honestly if you can afford it I suggest you do so you can support these amazing devs. Thank you Bitwarden, you made password security free, easy, clean.

Malcolm59 ,

simply works

The only reason I can see for people giving this app a pad if you is lack of knowledge of how these apps worked begin with. I was a Truekey user for years and they have not updated their app and over a year and the app is constantly glitching or you can’t log into it and they want to charge you $35 a year for that functionality. NOT!!! So, I decided I would start looking for a new password manager and I downloaded LastPass and Bitwarden and several other apps and have found a Bit Warden to be the one for me. Even though it’s not the most elaborate of apps it works for what you ask you to do and for those that say that you can’t set it to auto fill you’ve just haven’t bothered to dig down into the options to set it to do so. For a free app or if you choose to do so a $10 subscription fee this app by far meets any demands that I would have for this type of product. And for God sakes people set up 2FA authentication when you set up a app like this using an a authentication app to help safeguard your data.

al12? ,

Needs much more basic information on how to use

Likely my interrupted rating attempt a few min ago was posted. So I will finish the prior discussion. I inadvertently copied my pwd , i.e. “Password copied”. No information was provided as to what the icon meant, nor could I locate any info as to “where” my pwd was copied. After reading topics in the discussion groups, I determined it likely was copied to the “clipboard”. I could find no information as how to locate clipboard, nor how data retained it would be used. I inadvertently found that I could give the clipboard a timed delete setting...that I did immediately. I still do not know how to view what is in the clipboard, nor how it is used...other than such items are apparently copiable in an unencrypted format to other apps, such as Word, email, etc. All basic operations, such as installing login info for tablet/phone apps is done without any supporting info as how this activity is done. I also could not locate any info as to how to link the Bitwarden info to the other app on IPad...fortunately another person was able to show me how the app works. This app seems geared towards ppl familiar with this type of app and greatly lacks the basic info on how to begin setting up the app to work successfully. If you look at the various Help topics, it is clear the Bitwarden authors assume very tech-savvy users...not the novice user.

App Privacy

The developer, 8bit Solutions LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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