Tagged: password manager

RememBear

‘RememBear’ is a New Password Manager from the TunnelBear Team

There’s only a couple of VPN services I’ve used extensively in the past. The one I’ve used the most was Cloak — which recently got acquired by StackPath and is now known as Encrypt.me, and TunnelBear — which is what I’m currently using. The latter is what I’ve been using for a year now, largely since it offers a node right here in India. The service has been great and I’ve had no complaints whatsoever. Today, the team behind TunnelBear...

AgileBits Launches 1Password Subscription Service for Individuals at $2.99 a month

AgileBits, makers of the popular password manager 1Password, has today announced a hosted, web-based 1Password subscription service for individuals to manage their passwords. This new service follows the introduction of, and is quite similar to, their other two offerings, namely 1Password for Teams and 1Password for Families that were launched this year (collectively 1Password.com). Currently, individuals using the 1Password apps across two or more platforms or devices have the option to keep their data in sync via either Dropbox, iCloud...

1Password 5 for iOS 8

1Password is the most important app on any device for me. If you use it properly, it will be to you as well. Over the years, 1Password on iOS has gone from a passable companion app to a full fledged password manager to one of the most important apps you can install on your iOS device. I was honestly shocked at how much Apple introduced in iOS 8 at WWDC. 3rd party keyboards, extensions, and Touch ID access to third...