- Only one password to remember
- Generates extra-strong new passwords, whenever you need them
- Stores credit card numbers for express checkout
- AES256 encryption the world’s leading standard also used by the military
#1 - Signing up
To start the sign up you must first download the software, clicking on the link will prompt the automatic download (the time will depend on your internet speeds).
After seeing this beauty, you can then go through the steps to help you create your account and on to the tutorials on offer to grips with the interface. Once set up you’ll create your account and then go on to personalising it. This will include setting up the sync and creating your profiles.
Signing up is easy, it takes about a minute or so and is so simple. Taking a look at the shot of the home page for Stickypassword, you can easily see why. Streamline, not overcomplicated and easy to navigate. Thumbs up, indeed.
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#2 - Memberships
We’ve already talked about how great it is that this company donates to help save the manatees but what if there was something else equally as great? Oh yes there is!
When you sign up, like with many sites you are automatically given a free account but Stickypassword gives you a 30-day trial for free straight away. This can be a good or a bad thing, depending on how you look at it but for the most you’ll be able to see the full potential it has on offer. Of course, once it runs out, you’ll be back to basics.
The good news though is the premium membership doesn’t cost too much in the grand scheme, padding out at a healthy $2.49 or $29.99 for a year. This isn’t the best bit though. On average you will probably use these services for a couple of years, say you did just that and doing so will cost you $59.98 but what if you could buy it as a one off?
The lifetime license! It’s not very common as many companies make more money by charging per year, even large companies such as Adobe have moved to this kind of licensing. For $149.99 as a one off payment you can use the programme for a lifetime, which is 5 years’ worth of payments when it’s done yearly. If you used it for 10 years, $14 a year and so on. It’s a good investment if you like the programme and are happy with it, many are.
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#3 - Features
- Manages your passwords by adding in information as you go, then logging in automatically from there on and autofill’s information for you
- It can use biometrics for access, making it more secure for mobiles and tablets
- Cloud sync and cloud backup help to give you further access and security over your devices
- Keep secure notes just that, secure
- Browser integration – Sticky Password will automatically detect the browsers you use and import information from them.
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#4 - Compatibility
Sticky Password works across all major platforms, bringing you the best service possible for your money.
If you are a laptop user, tablet user, mobile user or whatever you prefer, Sticky Password can work across your devices and sync the information, giving you access wherever you are. Imagine popping out to the shops and needing to log into an account to compare a price, easy, your details are already stored in the app and boom, you’re in. Or going away on holiday… or stag do… or even honeymoon.Back to top ↑
Simple and easy to manage
If you are looking for a password manager that is simple, easy to manage and good value for money, Sticky Password is for you. The lifetime license is a fantastic option which could save you a tonne of money in the long run and with updates, the future is yours to behold. Of course the license is for one user only, so if you need a family pass or the option for discount, this isn’t the package for you but it’s still worth thinking about it.