Our online lives have become so complicated that we need an app to store usernames, passwords, and other critical information. Jeffrey Mincey has a couple that do the job as well as the expensive apps, but are affordable.
I imported my 1Password data into Enpass on my Mac and it worked. It wasn’t organized the way I had it on 1Password, but all the data was there. Just like 1Password, you’ll need to install a browser extension for each browser you use, but it’s the same effort either way. Enpass has a regularly updated blog, a detailed user guide and knowledgebase, and a frequently used user forums.
I tried it on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Sweet.
No complaints. Works well. Priced right. No annual subscription fee. 1Password Lite? You be the judge. Free on the Mac.