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RoboForm is a proprietary software password management program that syncs passwords between multiple devices. It offers a web form filler that automates password entering and form filling on Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, and Edge. RoboForm is also available on Android and iOS.
- Password Manager
RoboForm remembers your passwords so you don't have to. Just remember your one Master Password and RoboForm remembers the rest. It's that easy! Our bookmark-style Logins automatically log you in to your favorite websites with one click.
- Bookmark Manager
RoboForm stores and organizes links to your favorite websites that don't require logging in as Bookmarks. Folders and powerful search functionality make organizing both passwords and bookmarks a cinch.
Whether it's on your PC, Mac, phone, or tablet, RoboForm Password Manager provides secure access to your passwords wherever you are. One subscription works across all of your devices. You can be confident knowing that our advanced syncing technology always keeps each device up to date.
The Master Password is the key to your account. Only you know it, so only you can access your data. All RoboForm data is encrypted using AES256 bit encryption with PBKDF2 SHA256.
- Form Filler
Do you shop online? Wouldn't it be great to fill out those long forms instantly? With RoboForm, it's just one click and you're done.
Subscription that costs between $2 and $3. Price may vary depending on commitment and so on.
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I have a bad memory, this app really do a great help for me.
LastPass has a nice design, but it's a BAD IDEA! It relies upon SSL. The Heart Bleed flaw proved SSL should not be relied upon. If LastPass were redesigned to not utilize SSL it would be fine. I cannot speak to RoboForm's other versions, but the Windows version stores your data on your own machine, with no SSL "protecting" your master password. Keepass has two flaws. A rude-sounding name, and ridiculously manual controls.
My conclusion is that if you want to have a modern web "experience", then use RoboForm. Well, you could also use LastPass, but comparatively MUCH more risky. A form filler and password manager, with seamless integration (eventually websites will facilitate this with more direct communication) is as important to the web as the hyperlink, especially as security becomes more and more important.
Lots of bad comments about Roboform's toolbar don't make sense. Every web browser lets you hide toolbars.
Roboform's mobile app does not require a premium subscription unlike lastpass.
Roboform's native Google Chrome extension is the only Roboform browser addon that isn't a toolbar. I suppose that if you only used Chrome, Roboform isn't that obtrusive.
However, only being able to save 10 passwords on the free version seems... crippling. Once again, I recommend LastPass.
Though Roboform is good for filling reward surveys, I would not tolerate its user interface in everyday use. Roboform installs a toolbar on all of your browsers. I hate toolbars.
I recommend Lastpass over Roboform, mostly because Lastpass only adds a small, unobtrusive icon to your browser's interface, while Roboform just has to stick their service right in your face with their unnecessary toolbars.
I found Roboform's form filler pretty useful for filling in surveys from rewards sites (I inputted false information, of course).