Password Manager: Do You Have Too Many Passwords To Remember?

This post is for my Mac owners only. As many of you already know, I am a devotee. I just wish I had the stock to prove it:-) But I digress…the point of this post is to strongly urge all Mac owners to test-drive for FREE, the best password manager and automatic form fill-in software on the planet! 1Password

When I tell you that I have never bought a software program of any kind that truly over delivers like 1Password – I’m not lying. There are constant updates. I’m sure customer service is stellar, but the truth is – is that I’ve never had to use it! I’ve never had one problem or question.

Another great thing about 1Password is that my one license allows me to have my passwords, credit cards, bank information, and form fill-in information remembered and synced on my main mac, my macbook, and my iPhone! I can get into any site, anywhere, anytime.

I could not live without 1Password. I was constantly frustrated because I could not get into many of my article submission sites, affiliate program sites, personal banking sites, etc. because I could not remember all those d&#! passwords. Now – I effortlessly login to all my usual sites for the day as well my monthly “pay bill” sites.

Now I know that password software may not be on the top of your “must-have” list, but it rarely is until the time comes that you want to pull your hair out, because you don’t remember any of your passwords. So again – it’s free to test drive, and I and a zillion Mac publications highly recommend it and have given it awards.

The name is: 1 Password

*PC users – if you have anything comparable, list it here for others as a resource…

Comments

  1. says

    Hey Lisa!

    Great Article Lisa! I have an iPhone and like many am a Mac enthusiast. For those of your followers who don’t have a Mac or an iPhone, they should really check out Mitto (http://mitto.com), which is a FREE online password manager. Mitto works on both Macs and PCs and is a great tool for anyone who just has too many passwords that they can’t remember. It’s also great for anyone that wants to be able to share passwords or information among their trusted friends and colleagues. Some of the key benefits to using Mitto include having automatic one-click logins with secure access to your passwords, unlimited password storage, and knowing that you will never have to forget your passwords again!

    I hope you get a chance to check it out.

    Thanks!

    Elgin Stafford
    Mitto–Your Safe and Secure Password Manager
    http://mitto.com
    Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mittoapp

  2. says

    Hey Lisa!

    Great Article Lisa! I have an iPhone and like many am a Mac enthusiast. For those of your followers who don’t have a Mac or an iPhone, they should really check out Mitto (http://mitto.com), which is a FREE online password manager. Mitto works on both Macs and PCs and is a great tool for anyone who just has too many passwords that they can’t remember. It’s also great for anyone that wants to be able to share passwords or information among their trusted friends and colleagues. Some of the key benefits to using Mitto include having automatic one-click logins with secure access to your passwords, unlimited password storage, and knowing that you will never have to forget your passwords again!

    I hope you get a chance to check it out.

    Thanks!

    Elgin Stafford
    Mitto–Your Safe and Secure Password Manager
    http://mitto.com
    Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mittoapp

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