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Pro Multifactor authentication
Sticky has multiple methods of authentication, including fingerprint identification, bluetooth device recognition, and USB authentication where credentials are stored on the USB drive and accessed with a PIN.
Pro Free mobile app
The $19.99 yearly fee provides access to the desktop version as well as the app.
Pro USB version
Credentials can be stored on a USB drive or external hard drive.
Pro Cross-platform syncing
Sticky Passord syncs across all Windows, Android, and iOS devices. Less popular platforms like BlackBerry OS 10, Kindle Fire, and Nokia X are also supported.
Pro Pulls usernames and passwords from browsers
Sticky password will import credential information stored in browsers for a fast transition between services.
Pro WiFi synchronization
WiFi synchronization over own network.
Pro Forms that don't get recognized to fill automatically can be set up manually
Pro Can add notes about websites
Pro Supports multiple accounts per website
Pro Can save password for apps
Pro Allows saving notes
You can use notes for sensitive data like security questions and answers.
Pro Nobody except you knows your master password
Pro Environmentally conscious
For each new user, Sticky Password donates $12 per year to protect Florida Manatees.
Pro Offline access
Pro Offers a lifetime license
Pro Desktop only version can story passwords locally
The desktop only version of Sticky Password ensures that passwords are only stored locally.
Pro Will show you weak passwords
Pro Can automatically back up your vault
You can rollback anytime to a previous version of your vault to recover your account information.
Pro Expires password feature
A feature that can notify you when you need to change a password.
Pro Automatic website registration
Pro Offers a year of service for free
Pro Supports fingerprint authentication
Sticky Password offers fingerprint authentication to Android and iOS devices equipped with a fingerprint scanner.
Pro Easy to use password generator
Pro Optional automatic website logins
You can optionally set Sticky Password to automatically log you in once you open a webpage.
Pro Can save bookmarks
Pro Supports biometric authentication
Con No Linux support
Con Lack PIN unlocking on desktop
Unlocking the desktop application (at least in Windows) lacks simple PIN unlocking. The other options are interesting, but not as PIN for most users.
Con Passwords that aren't linked to URL or executables are manage with memos (notes)
The way Sticky Password manage passwords that are free of URL or applications isn't obvious. It necessary to write these in memos. Memos are managed in a way where it's too easy to modify them by mistakes. You could end up with a broken password...
Con Not user-friendly
Some features like capture of login into a web page are really simple and most of the time really efficient too. But, as soon as a login scheme become a bit complex, handling exception will causes killing headaches to common users. That's only one exemple, but there's many situations where that super cool passwords managers totally needs to be redesign.