The increase in our digital activities makes necessary for us to have many different passwords to our different sites, from social media to e-mail and online stores. AI RoboForm is a password manager that allows you to store all your on- and offline passwords in one place and manage them through a master password.
The program is simple to use. First, after downloading and installing the application, you need to create an account. The program itself will guide you to do this the first time you use it. Once you have your account, the program will ask you to install an add-on in your browser(s). This will allow you to automatically store your passwords every time you log into a site. For example, if you log into Facebook, the add-on will ask you to store your password. Then, when you need to log into that site again, you will only need to enter your master password so the program can retrieve the password of the site.
But it not only stores passwords for online sites. You can also store and manage passwords for Windows applications, documents, and even store private contacts and create secret notes. All this makes AI RoboForm a very comprehensive and easy-to-use application.
The drawbacks I found were that it advertises a "free" version which is, in fact, a trial version. Also, the program is subscription-based, meaning that you need to make regular payments in order to use it.
You can try the "free" version of the program during 30 days, and if you find it useful, you can purchase any of the different licenses available.
- In is easy to use
- It has an attractive interface
- It has many features to manage on-
- and offline passwords
- The "free" version is not free at all, but a trial version of the program
- The program is subscription-based, meaning that you need to make regular payments in order to use it