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This password manager works on all your devices, and costs just $24 for life


This $24 password manager works on all your devices.
Generate and save secure passwords on all your devices with this $24 password manager.
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TL;DR: If you’re tired of forgetting passwords, a lifetime subscription to Sticky Password Premium can help. And it now costs only $23.97 until April 11.

Sticky Password Premium

If you use the internet regularly, you’ve probably accrued quite a few passwords. Between streaming services, utilities, mail accounts, news subscriptions, social media and all the other websites that ask for an account, you might have quite a few passwords all over the place.

You should use complex, impossible-to-remember passwords for every account. And you definitely should not reuse any of them. It’s a lot to keep straight on your own without a password manager. (Maybe that’s why up to 20% of all passwords have been compromised at one time or another.(

Instead of recycling the same old passwords with a new number here or there, get a password manager that helps you simplify and secure your accounts online. A lifetime subscription to Sticky Password Premium costs only $23.97 (regularly $199) for a limited time.

Generate, save and manage all your passwords in one place

This lifetime subscription lets one user add Sticky Password to all their devices. No more switching from your iPhone to your computer because that’s where your Netflix password is saved.

Sticky Password makes accessing all your connected accounts easy by auto-filling your information when you log into recognized websites. If you need to create an account on a new site, you can generate a secure, unique password on any device. Save that password, and it will autofill on all your other connected devices whenever you need it.

The average person utilizes around 100 passwords. When you’re juggling to remember that many passwords, something can definitely slip through. One user wrote that before they switched to Sticky Password, they had been “saving passwords in a not-so-secure way on [a] Word document stored on a shared location.” Once they changed things up, they could ensure all their devices “are in sync with [their] passwords.”

Save on a lifetime subscription to Sticky Password Premium

You don’t have to trade convenience for security. Get a lifetime subscription to Sticky Password Premium now for just $23.97 (regularly $199) until 11:59 p.m. Pacific on April 11, 2023.

Want even more online security? Pair this password manager with a good VPN to keep your web browsing private.

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