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If you’re not using a password manager, you’re putting your online accounts at risk. It’s just not possible to remember a random, unique password for every website without help, so you wind up using simple, easily guessed passwords, and recycling the same password for different sites. Sticky Password Premium handles remembering your passwords and helps you generate new, strong ones to protect your accounts. It does everything you’d expect from a password manager, and more, but it doesn’t quite match the advanced features of our top choices.

For $29.99 per year, you can install Sticky Password Premium on all your Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS devices, and it syncs data between all your devices automatically. If you can make do without cross-device syncing, you can use it for free, just as you can with Dashlane. There’s also a Lifetime edition for the product’s biggest fans, a one-time cost of $149.99 that gets you all the features of Premium indefinitely. With either plan, a portion of your payment goes to protect endangered manatees. Why manatees? Well, the company is Lamantine Software, and lamantine means manatee in French. The product’s mascot is a friendly, bespectacled manatee.

To sync your passwords between devices, Sticky Password stores an encrypted copy of your data in the cloud. Nobody can get at that copy without having both your online account password and your master password. For the super-paranoid, Sticky Password offers an even more secure option: Wi-Fi sync. In this mode, your devices sync directly with each other when they’re connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Your data never goes to the cloud.

The program’s blue-and-white main window features a simple menu down the left side giving you quick access to your accounts, identities, secure memos, and more. As you select items in the menu, the rest of the main window fills with a list of matching items. Double-clicking an item replaces the list with the item’s details, available for editing. Simple!

Getting Started

During the installation process, you create an online StickyAccount. Enter your email address and create a strong StickyPass—the password you’ll use each time you install Sticky Password on a new device. You also define a separate master password, required each time you log in.

During installation, Sticky Password can import stored passwords from supported browsers, and the list of supported browsers is huge. In addition to the usual suspects (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Opera) it works with less common browsers, among them SeaMonkey, Yandex, and Comodo Dragon.

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