Bitwarden Password Manager for iPhone

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 2.8.0
  • 2
  • (0)
  • Security Status

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A free password manager app

Bitwarden Password Manager is a free password management mobile app that lets you safely store passwords and other sensitive data. Developed by Bitwarden, Inc. and 8bit Solutions LLC, this easy-to-use security and privacy app can apply military-grade encryption and inform you of any risky websites or passwords. It’s available on most platforms and you can easily manage your account through any of them thanks to its sync function.

Was Bitwarden hacked?

Bitwarden Password Manager is similar to other password security apps and offers powerful encryption algorithms—like AES-256 bit encryption, salted hashing, and PBKDF2 SHA-256—for its online vault. This vault can’t even be unlocked by the developer team—although a word of caution here as Bitwarden is under Five Eyes jurisdiction so your data isn’t fully private. However, this isn’t too bad of a drawback as the app’s source code transparency makes it a highly-reliable manager for anyone.

This is because the developers and the community work together to check whether there are any holes in the app’s security. Not to mention that the app itself will give you reliable reports. You can check whether your password is too common or too weak. It will also alert you of suspicious websites and any breached databases connected to your email address. Plus, you get cool features like password sharing, fingerprint phrases, and auto-fill logins

Aside from these, you can customize your mobile interface. If you switch between platforms often, the app’s cross-platform capabilities will benefit you, too—as your account can be accessed via PC, browser, and browser extension. The password vault is a cloud service that syncs your data across them all. The app suits advanced users much more due to its unintuitive interface, though. Importing passwords and sharing them can be tricky to do, even with the tutorial. 

A strong recommendation

All in all, Bitwarden Password Manager is a great alternative to other free password managers since it’s pretty cheap for a lot of good features. Transitioning from the PC version to the mobile version may be a bit difficult, since the mobile app isn’t as streamlined in terms of interface intuitiveness. However, it works well enough in the security area. At least you can switch platforms anytime and even access your vault without the desktop software installed.


  • Cross-platform
  • Open-source
  • Free versions for both personal and business plans
  • Transparent with reports


  • Data under Five Eyes jurisdiction
  • The mobile interface isn’t too streamlined compared to other apps

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Bitwarden Password Manager for iPhone

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 2.8.0
  • 2
  • (0)
  • Security Status

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