Roboform has been around a long time (since 1999), and has always had a large number of dedicated, die-hard users who’ve rallied around it, both as a great tool for form-autofill on the web, and as a password manager. Roboform also gives you the option to locally store encrypted passwords and data, or sync to the web and across devices if you choose to, but the choice is completely up to you. It supports multiple identities, so you can autofill form information based on different users, addresses, or any other mix-and-match of data you choose. You can also take RoboForm with you on a USB drive from computer to computer. The app’s major update in 2011, Roboform 7 , brought increased browser support, and delivered both online and offline password management options. In its latest iteration, Roboform 8, the app has gone through a slight interface refresh, and has made a variety of improvements. Its increased security by employing a new data storage file that is more secure than its previous data storage method, consolidated account information into a single Roboform Online account, and added support for sharing logins with others by sending an email. It’s free version supports unlimited logins on a single device, so you can give it a whirl on your dekstop or smartphone if you’re curious. RoboForm also has bookmarking features to help you keep track of your favorite sites. RoboForm supports Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS, with plugins available for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Opera. It’s free to download and use on one device.. If you need more (and who wouldn’t), or need to sync or access passwords on multiple devices, you’ll need RoboForm Everywhere , which will set you back $20/yr for all of your devices and computers (and you get a break, it’s only $10 for the first year).You can also snag a family account, giving five people access to Roboform Everywhere while paying a single subscription fee (one year will run you $40).