Currently I use Lastpass as my password manager and it cost me around $60 a year for a family subscription to it. Lately I have been hearing about an open source password manager called Bitwarden. I looked on their website and it looks good. The free tier lets you have two people at no cost. The next tier is $10 a year and adds some premium features and the final tier is a family plan that gives access to six members for $40 a year. Does anyone know ow accessible it is on the apple platform? I am also looking at it because it is cross platform.
By Greg Wocher, 8 July, 2021
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As you may have found AppleVis has an app entry for Bitwarden: https://www.applevis.com/apps/ios/productivity/bitwarden-password-manager
A few additional notes: the tabs at the bottom of the screen the entry mentions are now labelled. VoiceOver flick gestures to navigate do not work very well and sometimes not at all on many screens such as Login, Add New Item and password generator. They do work ok on the Settings screen. Once you configure the settings you should not need to use the app itself much. I hardly ever open it, as it integrates with the iOS password autofill feature and works fine.
The website is ok as far as password managers go, and I use the Chrome extension to manage the vault, etc., and that is better than LastPass, though technically not WCAG 2.1 AA conformant. Similarly I just use the browser extensions on my Windows PC to add new passwords.
Overall you should find it a pretty similar experience to LastPass, with the web portions a bit more accessible. (Note: I've not looked at LastPass in six months or so at the time of this post.)
There is an import feature, so if you export your data from another service such as LastPass you can import it to Bitwarden. iOS can support multiple password managers, so hey, give it a try and delete it if you don't like it.