If you’ve been holding off getting started with a password manager, there’s never been a better time to take the plunge. With numerous data hacks hitting the deadlines, it makes sense to stop relying on the same old (guessable) passwords across multiple sites, and put your security into expert hands. Sticky Password is simple to use, effective, and good value, too. While we wouldn’t rate it as highly as Dashlane, Sticky Password does a similar job, at a cheaper price.
Our scoring is based on independent tests and assessments of features, ease of use and value.
Local Storage Option
Password Generator Function
A password manager can create secure, complex passwords for you. You won't need to remember them yourself.
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Cost per year
Overall cost per year for a single user.
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Sticky Password Free
You can enjoy most of the benefits of Sticky Password on the Free plan, but you do miss out on a few crucial features. Chief among these is cloud sync and backup across multiple devices.
In short, if you only wish to use a password manager on one device only, then Sticky Password Free is a perfectly good choice. However, most users will need to manage their logins between a a laptop, phone and tablet, and it's worth spending a little money to ensure all your password details sync seamlessly between devices, no matter which you're using.
Sticky Password Premium
A single user license for Sticky Password costs $30 per year. Out of the big names, this is beaten only by LastPass ($24 per year). 1Password and Dashlane are more expensive than Sticky Password for annual licenses.
Or, you can buy a lifetime license for $120. The lifetime licensing option is nice for users who plan on making a long-term commitment to Sticky Password.
Sticky Password doesn't offer an enterprise or small business option. However, Sticky Password partners with third-parties, such as Kaspersky, to bundle its services with other products.
Sticky Password Teams
Sticky Password also offers a business plan, called Sticky Password Teams. Honestly, it's quite similar to the Premium plan, although it allows you to bring on an unlimited number of users. The pricing model is per user per month though, so each additional user will cost a bit extra.
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