5 of the Best Password Managers for Android

The advancement of technology has ushered us into a new era where everything is going digital. While it may seem like a huge step forward, this new revolution has also given rise to a new breed of criminals and increased cybersecurity threats. As such, protecting your online accounts is now more important than ever.

If you are still using your birth date as your universal password, you are in for a rude awakening. Hackers are working overtime to exploit every security vulnerability in a bid to gain access to your online accounts. To play it safe, you need to make sure you are using strong passwords. But here’s the problem: strong passwords are hard to memorize, and the ones that are easy to memorize are usually weak.

You also need a unique password for every account you have, which further compounds the problem. This is where a password manager comes in. A password manager makes it possible to generate and keep track of all your passwords without having to rack your brain. All you’ll need to remember is one master password, and the password manager will take care of the rest. If you’re looking for the best password manager for Android, here are five solid options.

1. LastPass

Experts agree that LastPass is the best password manager available for Android. This app hits the sweet spot between security and price while giving you extra features you might not find elsewhere. One of the features that makes it stand out from the competition is cloud syncing. This app will give you access to your database no matter what device you are using and sync all the data perfectly.


Security is one of the most important aspects of every password manager. A good password manager should provide the highest level of security to ensure the user’s data is not compromised. LastPass achieves this by protecting your data using AES-256 encryption. It also supports multi-factor authentication which adds an extra layer of protection.

LastPass has an array of unique features, including a password auditor that lets you know when a password is weak, a password generator, a fingerprint scanner support, and an emergency feature that lets you grant access to a family member or friend. It also lets you store photos and audio notes securely.

What’s more, it’s available on all major operating systems and most major browsers. LastPass has a free account that lets you store your information across all your devices and a premium account that costs $24/year (individual) and $48/month for families of up to six users.

2. 1Password

1Password is also one of the best and most popular password managers for Android. This app is also feature-packed and comes with everything you’d want in a password manager but at a higher price than LastPass. Some of its basic features include password management, password generation, and cross-platform support with other operating systems. Also, it can save your credit card information and fills in that info easily thanks to its support for Android Autofill API.


1Password’s security features are also excellent. It protects your data using a very secure technique known as two-secret key derivation. While this approach doesn’t require multi-factor authentication, it employs a one-way function that makes it impossible for hackers to crack the master password or gain access to your account.

1Password offers a thirty-day free trial after which you’ll need to upgrade to a paid plan. There is an individual plan that costs $36 a year and a family plan that covers up to five users at a cost of $60 per year.

3. Enpass

Enpass is a powerful password manager that offers a secure way to manage your passwords while keeping the price in check. If you’re looking for a powerful and cost-effective password manager for Android, Enpass is your best bet. This manager is completely free on a desktop. It’s also free on mobile devices for up to twenty passwords. You’ll need to pay a one-time fee of $10 per device to lift the limitation.


All the passwords are stored locally on your device by default, but there is an option to sync them to the cloud service of your choice. Enpass has excellent security features and protects your data with 256 bit AES encryption. And just like 1Password, it also comes with support for the autofill feature. In addition to that, Enpass can back up and restore your info. It also has the option to import from other password managers, which makes migration super easy.

4. Dashlane

Dashlane is another great password manager app that is feature-packed and risk-free. Besides managing your passwords, Dashlane monitors the dark web for any security vulnerabilities pointing to the emails you add. Dashlane scans the web through what the company calls “Dark Web Monitoring” and notifies you if your information appears anywhere insecure online. It’s the only app that both prevents and protects you from the risks of sharing information online.


Feature-wise, Dashlane has a lot to offer, though most of the features are only available for the paid versions. On a basic level it will securely store passwords, IDs, payments, personal info and more on an encrypted vault. It also supports the autofill feature for passwords on apps and sites.

The premium plans come with extra features such as identity-theft insurance options. Dashlane has a free option that manages up to fifty passwords and a premium plan that costs $60 per year. There is also a Dashlane Premium Plus plan that goes for $120 per year.

5. aWallet

aWallet is a simple, yet effective, password manager app that has won the hearts of many users. It comes with a host of top-notch security features and additional features that make it good all around. The app securely stores your passwords, web accounts, e-banking credentials, credit card info, and other user data. It encrypts all data, including entry names using AES and Blowfish algorithms. It also has an auto-lock feature that can be preconfigured for a specified period of time.


aWallet has a built-in editor for creating or modifying data categories with custom icons. Additional features include the ability to back up and restore an encrypted data file to an Android USB device.

The app has free and paid versions. The pro version (available via in-app purchases) unlocks additional features such as CSV export, password generator, and fingerprint unlock.

Wrapping Up

With the frequency of cyber attacks increasing rapidly, having a reliable password manager can go a long way towards protecting your online presence. While LastPass seems to be the overall best password manager for Android, in the end it all boils down to your personal preferences.

Are you using a password manager? If yes, which one? Let us hear your thoughts in the comments section below.

Kenneth Kimari Kenneth Kimari

Kenn is a tech enthusiast by passion, Windows blogger by choice, and a massive coffee imbiber. He likes watching sci-fi movies in his free time and tearing gadgets apart so he can fix them.


  1. I have tried several PW managers and have settled on “Sticky Password” it does all I expected and is easy to use. I did have one glitch when it would not let recognise my password and ‘open up’ I wondered if this could have been due to an automatic update of Windows 10 but the problem appears to have resolved itself and has been back to normal. I can’t remember seeing any revue of Sticky PW, but I would recommend it.

  2. I have been using Sticky Password myself for approx 2 years on Windows, Mac and Android devices. It is the best PWM that I’ve tried and works of most of the major browsers. It encrypts your passwords on your device before upgrading to the cloud, or you can just update within your network wirelessly without the cloud. Brilliant!!

    More so that you can get a lifetime upgrade via many software places like Ashampoo, StackSocial and others for US$40 or so.

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