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


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 1.29.1

- Vault Timeout Policy
- Disable Personal Vault Export Policy
- Admin Password Reset - Update Password after Reset
- Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
309 Ratings

309 Ratings

i6ix ,

Love it- when it works (UPDATED)

Currently, it does not show as an extension option to enable in Safari. Something happened after this (or safari) updated and it dissappeared. Yes, I have it installed from here- the app store. And yes, I've checked in the extension list to enable it- where it used to be, it is missing. I've uninstalled and reinstalled, no luck. So for now, it is extremely inconvenient, as I have to either open the app and copy from it or use another browser (works in Vivaldi, etc.)

EDIT: I was able to get it working in Safari. I had previously had it installed outside the app store at one point, so some residual files were messing it up after Safari required it from the app store. I had to use a 3rd party app (appcleaner) to delete all the extra files related to this, and now it works in Safari after reinstalling from the app store.

I'm on an M1 MBP if that helps.

Progfumi ,

Great when it does not updated

I read review about browser extension issue. Same thing happened to me when Safari or Bitwarden got updated - broser extension dissappeared. I followed the other reviewser's suggestion to uninstalled by third party uninstaller to purge all junk files, and re-installed from App Store. Still no luck for browser extension. What you need to do is "start your Mac in safe mode by pressing and holding the Shift key as your Mac starts up. Turn on any Safari extensions that you want to use, then restart your Mac normally." I've got it back. I am not sure the reason for this issue is on Safari update or Bitwarden update or could be both. When it works, this is great passwords manager.

tunepong ,


This is a painful review because Bitwarden is the password manager I want to love, but (after three years using it) can no longer tolerate. Not withstanding the Safari extension was broken for months loosing authentication then crashing Safari, which is disappointing for a free app, and unacceptable for a paid app, daily use has become a drag specially doing password maintenance.

Bitwarden app for macOS

* The Safari extension is slow (two seconds to open) even on the latest Mac hardware.
* Cannot empty trash. You must delete items in the trash one at a time.
* Cannot drag-and-drop items into folders. You must open the item, click edit, choose the folder, then click save. Same issue on the website.
* Save resets your position on the list forcing to scroll to the next item after saving. Save item also deselects checked items forcing to start over.
* Cannot export individual items or folders. You must export the entire vault.

In Safari you cannot change passwords requiring to launch the standalone app. The same goes with missing or outdated credentials as it goes out-of-sync with macOS.

That said, as a Lastpass expat you are better off using Bitwarden if a cross-platform password store is a must.

I have moved my passwords back to Keychain and only use Bitwarden for secret notes.

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

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


  • Family Sharing

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

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