Keeper Password Manager

Keeper Password Manager

By Callpod Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2008-08-14
  • Current Version: 14.3.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 194.83 MB
  • Developer: Callpod Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 162,063 Reviews)
  • Price:
Keeper Password Manager App Ratings: 4.5
Total 162,063 Reviews

Keeper Password Manager App Description

Stay protected with the leading secure password manager and digital vault offering unlimited password storage for all users. Generate, store, and AutoFill strong passwords on all devices while securely storing private documents. Don't get hacked. Get Keeper. Why Use Keeper Password Manager? • World’s most trusted and #1 downloaded password manager with a 4.9 rating from over 100,000 reviews. • No limit to the number of passwords you can store in our free password manager. • Keep hackers at bay with strong, random passwords using our automatic password generator. • Securely share individual passwords or files with people you trust. • Save time, stay organized, and in control with our AutoFill feature, KeeperFill™. Both convenient and secure, KeeperFill™ makes signing in to your favorite websites a breeze on any device. To activate Keeper Autofill on iOS 12, please visit your device Settings -> Passwords & Accounts -> AutoFill Passwords and select Keeper. • Not just for passwords. Keeper locks your confidential files, photos, and videos in a secure encrypted vault. • Increase organization with folders and subfolders. • Biometric fingerprint and facial recognition for a convenient and secure way to easily access your vault. • Elect up to 5 trusted individuals to access your account in case you can’t with our Emergency Access feature. • Monitor the dark web for breached accounts and quickly take action to protect yourself against hackers. What Makes Our Password Keeper The Best? • Keeper strives to keep our app as simple and intuitive as possible. Our 5-star reviews back that up every day. • Every user is provided a secure and private vault protected by our unmatched zero-knowledge security architecture with multiple levels of encryption. Each user's vault is guarded by a master password which only the user knows. • Keeper’s Security Audit feature helps you identify which accounts require a password update and can generate a strong password for you with a single click. • Easily switch between multiple Keeper accounts (like a business and personal vault) when you log in. • Keeper uses multiple layers of encryption by storing your data in our own secure cloud versus competitors who use partial encryption on their cloud or rely on third parties for password storage. With Keeper your information remains 100% encrypted 100% of the time. Most Secure Password Manager in the Industry • Built with zero-knowledge security architecture. What does that mean? All your data in Keeper’s cloud is fully encrypted and only accessible by you. • Integrates with two-step verification providers (SMS, Google Authenticator, Duo Security, or RSA SecurID) • Utilizes AES-256-bit encryption and PBKDF2 technology • Only password manager to be certified SOC-2 and ISO27001 Download the most secure password manager in the industry today! * If you need assistance, please email Terms and Conditions Keeper Unlimited is a 1-year auto-renewable subscription for $29.99/year. Keeper Family Plan is a 1-year auto-renewable subscription for $59.99/year. Secure File Storage is a 1-year auto-renewable subscription starting at $9.99/year. BreachWatch is a 1-year auto-renewable subscription for $19.99/year. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew up to 24 hours before your next subscription payment is due via your App Store settings page. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:


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Keeper Password Manager App Reviews

  • Thieves

    By PhillyGirl0987654321
    This is a good app but they hold you hostage and steal your money. I’ve been using Keeper for approximately 7 years and I was forced to upgrade to the paid version because my free trial expired and I could not access any of my passwords which I only stored in Keeper. Every time I login, I get warnings that I may not be secure and I should upgrade to a more secure version...really? I’m not paying enough money already? You must be a pretty sucky app developer if you cannot make your paid app secure enough. Loser. In the meantime, my husband has been using the free app for years, he’s never been forced to upgrade (haha, Keeper). I got a warning a few weeks ago that I was due to renew my yearly membership and I cancelled it so that it would not renew. Coincidentally, my credit card was comprised a few days ago (unrelated to any of this) but I had to cancel my card and did not link it to my Apple account yet. Wouldn’t you know, I got a message that Keeper still tried to charge my card and sent me a message that they were unable to renew my subscription despite the fact that I cancelled it!!! I’m sure I would have had to battle with them to get my money back. Stick it up your Keep-hole, Keeper! I would not use your app again unless you paid me.
  • 100% Dishonest Practice

    By The Simmering Frog
    It should be a policy of Apple that if an App is going to claim it is free, it should not require you to set up all your information just to take you to a page telling you when your free trial is over. This is a completely dishonest practice. I’m deleting this app now. If you would have been honest to begin with, I may have considered purchasing it.
  • Very user friendly!

    By Piikoi-chan
    Retired and approaching my 70’s, I’m not exceedingly computer savvy, but managed to figure out how to use this app quite easily. Very satisfied with the functionality. Will definitely subscribe. Highly recommended!
  • Annoying pop ups and upselling even for paying customers

    By Am2181
    I have subscribed to Keeper for several years and have been reasonably satisfied as it does the job intended and is not cost prohibitive. I have noticed an annoying trend in the increased frequency of pop ups trying to get me to upgrade to “Breach Watch” services. When I log in to keeper to pull down a password, I can’t stand that I am presented with a pop up which displays two options to make it go away: “upgrade for 9.99”, or “stay unprotected”. Give me a break, I’m already a paying customer, there should be an option in the settings for me not to have to put up with this garbage upselling. How many times do I have to say no?? Honestly the only reason I haven’t switched to Lastpass or another service, is simply inertia, but that may give way soon along with my patience.
  • Banner ads even for subscribers

    Still no change. Still no change. Long time Keeper user. Normally rated as 5 stars but every once and a while the developer does something bone headed that leaves you wondering what in the hell were they thinking. Case and point - for us subscribers who pay $50 a year we now get the bonus of in-app banner ads that take up 20% of the screen. This is up and above the full screen advertising that shows up each time we login. It actually remind me of scams you see when browsers are hacked and say something like “SCAN THIS PASSWORD IN THE DARK WEB...NOW” Oh wait... that’s exactly what the in app banner says. Seriously. It’s red and yellow and looks so bad that I actually thought the Keeper app had been hacked. “click here in this link and we’ll check your passwords”... real comforting. Actual outside of my sarcasm in writing this review I am actually wondering about my passwords safety. I’m not really sure I want a password app exposing my passwords on the web “to check them”. The banner comes up when I am in a password record. Clicking the link then takes me to the web, from Keeper. Now I’m guessing that Keeper probable has things locked down but at what point do they sacrifice security for revenue? The question really is not whether it is secure but rather which is more secure - with an ad banner showing when you have your passwords showing on screen or without? The ad information is pulling from a sever somewhere and being displayed as your password is also being displayed. Subscribers are already paying $50 a year, why even put in their heads that security is being sacrificed for revenue. Hopefully the developer can see the concerns of the longtime paying customers and come up with another way to increase their revenue that will not sacrifice the security (if not only a fraction).
  • Rhea is awesome!

    By fletch85249
    I have had the app for several years and have always like the security and piece of mind it provides. Recently I received a new phone for work where my app has existed for several years so I wanted to move the app without losing its contents to a different phone. Rhea walked me through how to move the app from one iTunes account to another and it worked like a charm. She was professional, prompt and very knowledgeable. Thank you Rhea!
  • They Will Address Any Issues

    By T982
    I was so happy with Keeper until now. I opted out of the paying option because I have used the basic, free, one with no problem for 5 years...maybe even longer and now I cannot get ANY of my passwords if I don’t pay the $29.99. Very disappointed!! I am giving them 3 stars because it really has been an awesome and reliable app until now! Update: I emailed the support team as asked and they resolved my issue. For some reason I was on a paid account. When it didn’t renew, it sent me that “pay” notice and locked me out. After contacting support, they put my account back on the free account. I am all good now! Thanks Keeper Support!
  • My thoughts after years of usage

    By charmedyetnot
    When i first downloaded the app would allow me to create folders to organize the info, after numerous updates i no longer can create folders as they have hijacked that option into a paid portion of the app! Now i am disorganized and I’ve just discovered the app has dropped certain info that i need. Used to love this app and recommended it to hundreds of clients and employees now I’m looking for new! Sad
  • Great program - Poor billing

    By IT Manager-
    The program is fabulous! I have separate accounts for work and personal. The only issue I have is that I have been overcharged and have to spend time to get a credit. 6 stars for the program.
  • Don’t use on iPad

    By Jay Dee Ohh
    Keeper asks me for my Keeper password every time I try logging on to an application on my iPad Pro. It works pretty well on my iPhone 10 and on Windows 10. I want to get my wife to use Keeper, but this is unacceptable. Keeper Support has ignored my emails on this and I am very frustrated.