With the constant rise of new security threats, password managers have become even more of a necessity. While many people think of LastPass and 1Password as the first names in the space, Keeper is another excellent service with competitive pricing and a plethora of features.
Keeper is worth considering if you’re looking for an alternative to the prominent password managers, even if it doesn’t bring anything too unique to the table.
Keeper: Costs and What’s Covered
Keeper does have a free version, but it’s limited to a single mobile device — there’s no free desktop or web option. The free version does offer unlimited password storage, two-factor authentication (2FA), and access to Keeper’s password generator, but it won’t be very useful to anyone with more than one device.
Luckily, Keeper’s paid plan, Keeper Unlimited is competitively priced at $34.99 per year. This is in line with what competitors charge: LastPass’s premium option costs $36 per year, while 1Password’s costs $35.88 per year. Keeper Unlimited users are free to use Keeper across unlimited devices (phones, laptops, desktops, etc), and can also store up to five files in Keeper’s encrypted storage.
Keeper also has a Family plan, which provides access to the same features as Keeper Unlimited for up to five users for $74.99 per year. This is more expensive than its competitors’ Family plans — LastPass costs $48 per year for up to six people and 1Password costs $59.88 per year for up to five people — but Keeper’s Family plan does offer 10GB of storage space (LastPass and 1Password only offer 1GB).
Keeper also has add-ons that can be purchased in a bundle (the Plus Bundle) or individually. The Plus Bundle includes dark web monitoring and additional storage space, and costs $58.47 per year for individuals and $103.48 per year for families. You can also purchase Keeper’s dark web monitoring (BreachWatch) and additional storage à la carte; BreachWatch costs $19.99 per year for individuals and $39.99 per year for…