There was a time when Keeper password manager had a “not so fancy” looking aesthetics, but, it has changed a lot over the years with its smart updates. Regardless of this password manager having a simple interface and somewhat dull aesthetics in the past, it has never compromised on its security and that’s what makes it so good.
Keeper password manager has been around since 2010, in fact, it is one of those password managers that entered the market. After its recent updates, we noticed that it has strengthened its already super impressive security feature. But there’s more that this cloud-based solution offers to millions of people and businesses. For instance, it has a modernized user interface and features such as desktop biometric login support, emergency access, password sharing, and so much more. If we take a look at Keeper on a feature-for-feature basis, it isn’t as good as Dashlane but there is absolutely no denying that it is still one of the most reliable password managers around. Let’s start this Keeper review 2020.
Plans + Pricing
Keeper is without any doubt one of the cheapest password managers on the market. but, what makes it so good is that it hasn’t compromised on its security (which, unfortunately, we have noticed in some other password managers). So, here is everything you need to know about the plans and their pricing:
Keeper has a free plan, although we recommend it only if you’re okay with restricting your usage to just a single device. Although it may seem like a major limitation, you can easily store all your passwords on one device. With the free plan, you get to securely store and autofill unlimited passwords and use other features such as Unlimited Payment & Identity-Info and Fingerprint & Face ID login.
Individual Plan ($29 Per Year – $2.49 Per Month)
- Unlimited number of devices
- Unlimited storage of passwords
- Cloud backup
- Live support
- Secured record sharing
- Web application
Family Plan ($59 Per Year, Up To 5 Users – $4.99 Per Month)
- It contains all the features of the individual plan
- File storage up to 10GB
- Login with fingerprint
Business Plan ($30 Per User For A Year – $2.50 Per Month)
- Unlimited number of devices
- Admin panel
- SSO/SAML, AD, and LDAP integrations
- Role-based access control Auditing Reporting
- Policy generation and enforcement
- BYOD integration
- Live support
Using Free and Family Plan
Although there are some restrictions in the Free Plan as it only limits usage to a single device and supports autofill on mobile and fingerprint / Face ID login., it still offers a lot of value to the users. You can also try the premium version for free with a 30-day free trial that doesn’t require a credit card. We would recommend you to consider using the Free Plan at first highly.
The Family Plan of Keeper password manager offers five private vaults and comes with 10GB of secure cloud storage. The Family Plan provides a secure password manager for everyone to ensure that their logins and passwords are fully safe across bank accounts, secure file storage, and more. Moreover, syncing across your family is seamless and super easy.
Keeper Features Overview
The features of Keeper depend on the plan you choose. These are some of the main features of the personal and family plan:
Instant access via KeeperFill – KeeperFill generates random, and strong passwords to help secure your vaults, moreover, it also gives you swift access by filling them on accounts, apps, and websites.
Custom Fields – This feature helps secure and organize your important information in one place. We really like this feature as it gives you access to any kind of information you need.
Identity & Payment Info – With this feature, you can scan and store your payment cards and use the information for websites and apps that require payment cards.
Secure File Storage – It is an encrypted digital vault that stores all your sensitive data, even photos and videos.
Two-Factor Authentication – The implementation of two-factor authentication enhances security. It includes methods such as Fingerprint, TOTP, Face ID, SMS, and U2F Security Keys.
Emergency Access – You can add up to 5 emergency contacts that can easily access your vault, in case of an emergency.
Version History – You can easily save and restore previous versions of your records with this feature.
User Friendliness and Compatibility
The redesigned web interface of Keeper is quite fun to use. From set up to using it is seamless and effortless. It is compatible with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Opera. Keeper is also compatible with Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone.
The Final Verdict
If you are looking for a strong and secure password manager, we can say with confidence that the Keeper password manager can do the job for you. It has robust features and security-minded people really enjoy using it. Keeper has started to give competition to other big names with its much-needed updates to its user interface and feature set.
Overall, we will give it 9.4/10 and it is a green signal from us to use it.