5 Best Password Managers for Chrome

Its easy to create few accounts like a Twitter account or an email account just by entering few details, username and password. But the real problem is to remember that username and password.

If you have few accounts, then remembering many not be difficult, but if you have many accounts to remember, then you must use password manager.

So, to help with passwords we have password managers. These password managers will store our passwords of different accounts and allows us to login with just a click.

We have paid password managers and free password managers as well. In this article, I'm going to list out the best free password managers for Google Chrome browser. These are the password manager extensions for Chrome browser to store login and password information when you are surfing on Chrome browser.

So, lets see these best password manager extensions,

1) Google Password Manager:

As this article is about chrome browser extension, we have the best and free password manager from Google.

Whenever you login to an account, a dialog box appears at top-right corner of the browser asking you whether to save the password or not.

If you have hard time remembering passwords, click on 'Save Password'. This save will let you to login easily next time. You can also manage saved passwords by visiting Settings > Advanced Options > Manage Passwords in Passwords and Forums section. More info can be found at support.google.com/chrome/answer/95606?hl=en.

This is the best and free password manager without any limits. You can sync all passwords across different devices. All for free.

So to start saving passwords using Google Password Manager, go to Settings > Advanced Options > Passwords and Forums, and click on 'Offer to Save Web Passwords' checkbox. And don't forget to turn-on the 'Google Smart Lock for Passwords' in your Google account by visiting passwords.google.com.

2) LastPass:

Next best password managing extension for Chrome, LastPass. This is a free chrome extension which lets you to save passwords of many different accounts.

You can store login usernames and passwords for free, attach documents, audio files and many more. You can organize the sites, save forum details and you can also generate passwords if you want to.

To sync across unlimited devices, you must go for LastPass Premium version. But for normal users, this extension is enough.

Visit chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/lastpass-free-password-ma/hdokiejnpimakedhajhdlcegeplioahd to install the extension.


3) PasswordBox:

Another free password manager to save your login details, personal details.

You can login with just single click, if you allow, it will save the username and password automatically while you login, you can also generate passwords for the accounts, add notes, has secure sharing features and many more.

This is a limited free version which lets you to save 25 passwords. If you want to save more, you have to buy premium plan. 25 password saves may be enough for few people.

If you want to try this extension, please visit chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/passwordbox-free-password/dljbcjbfojhlfhgenhepllagfecdpchb.

4) 1Password:

This extension goes beyond the password managing feature. You can save login details, credit cards, documents, bank accounts, passports, software licenses, Wireless Routers and many more.

You can also generate strong passwords to use for your new accounts. But this extension works only with a 1Password software for Mac or Windows. If you want yo use this extension, first you must buy Windows or Mac software.

For more info, visit chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/1password-password-manage/aomjjhallfgjeglblehebfpbcfeobpgk.

5) Keeper Password Manager:

It saves your passwords and login details on local storage for free. For more features, you must buy a plan.

With pro features, you can save unlimited passwords, sync between unlimited devices, have a secure cloud backup of your passwords and many more.

Free plan is best for single personal use.

Find more info by visiting chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/keeper%C2%AE-password-manager/bfogiafebfohielmmehodmfbbebbbpei.

Conclusion:

Password managers are must if you have many accounts to login. From this list, Google Password Manager is the best, trusted and most of all, its free with awesome features.

So, choose the best suited password manager for you and use it with your Chrome browser.