RememBear: Password Manager

RememBear: Password Manager

By TunnelBear, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-11-21
  • Current Version: 1.0.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 79.95 MB
  • Developer: TunnelBear, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 231 Ratings


The beautiful RememBear app is the easiest way to create, secure, and auto-fill really strong passwords across your devices. RememBear saves you time by logging you into websites and apps with just a few taps. The friendly app is also the most convenient way to set super-secure and unique passwords for all your online accounts, keeping you safe as you explore the Internet. Try RememBear Premium free for 1 month! If you fall in love with your Bear (what’s not to love…), keep things going with an annual subscription. WHAT DOES REMEMBEAR DO? - Keep your data safe: All of your logins are stored in an encrypted vault that only you can access. - Automatic log-in and checkout: RememBear saves you time by auto-filling your login and payment information across your favourite apps and websites. - Prevent identity theft: By generating strong, unique passwords for your online accounts, RememBear makes it harder for your accounts to get hacked. - Access your passwords anywhere: Passwords are automatically synced across all your computers, phones, and tablets, for a seamless experience. CONVENIENT FEATURES - Unlock your vault securely with Touch ID/Fingerprint Unlock - Auto-locking vault after inactivity - A single Master Password lets you unlock your vault. A BEAR YOU CAN TRUST - Independently audited: RememBear security is independently audited by a 3rd party to ensure it meets the highest security standards. - Privacy by design: Engineered so that you, and only you, can see your sensitive data. - Serious security: RememBear protects your data with super strong encryption. PRICING: Get a 30-day free trial of RememBear Premium when you sign up for the first time. After your trial ends, you’ll be charged for a yearly RememBear subscription.* If you’re not ready to commit to RememBear Premium, you can cancel anytime and downgrade to RememBear Free which removes cross-device sync, backup, and priority support. PRIVACY POLICY & TERMS OF USE: RememBear has a simple, human readable privacy policy and terms of use you can read here: GET IN TOUCH Is your Bear misbehaving? Do you have feedback for us? Do you have a cool fact about bears to share? Contact our support team by visiting our website * Subscriptions are charged to your iTunes account at the end of your free trial period, and auto-renew every year. You can manage your subscription and turn off auto-renew at any time by going to your iTunes Account Settings.



  • Meh.... We’ll see

    By yodelingpuppet
    I’m not impressed so far, and not a fan of having to begin a trial before using anything. You should make a free version to test out features before making the decision... I understand that I can cancel before I get charged, however, other password managers don’t do that. They allow the upgrade at the users convenience if they so choose. A must-have feature that is nowhere to be found is the ability to categorize or use a file system for things like email, social media, banking, etc. I need to group things for better organization because my life always needs more organized things. I’m too busy to worry about what’s where, or endless scrolling nonsense. They need to build a file/filter type of feature that can be created by the user. Another huge problem is the price; Keeper, known as one of the best and most trusted PW management apps is $5 less per month. RememBear is brand new, having not yet earned that reputation, and has fewer features, and yet it already thinks it’s worth more than one of the best... lol. Another flaw is that there’s no family plan. Ideally, I believe this app should drop that subscription price down to 24-29 dollars and then add a family plan for 40-45 dollars ($49 at the absolute highest) for up to 5 family members with unlimited devices. The final flaw I’ve noticed is that, despite having the option to specify when the app locks after exiting, it locks itself every single time you navigate away. I have mine set to lock after 15 minutes, however, when I’m multitasking and moving in and out of the app every few minutes, I’d like it to actually stay unlocked for the time that I had specified within the settings. That’s a bug that needs fixing ASAP. I’ve only spent a few days with this app but I can assure those of you who are considering this download, I’ll be canceling before the trial ends unless the price is reduced to the aforementioned and a few more features are added. If improvements are made, I’ll gladly update my review.
  • Love it!

    By vestergirl
    Okay, so I used MasterLock Vault for many years. Loved it, never had an issue. Kept my whole life in there - on all of my devices. It was free - and flawless. Then out of nowhere, they notified users that they were discontinuing the password keeper. UGH! I spent a couple of weeks searching the App Store for a new password keeper. I must admit, I was initially drawn to the cute bear on this app. I love how he moves with what you’re searching or typing. If he can’t find something, he even shakes his head with his little paws to his face and looks emBEARassed! He’s adorable. But better than that, I’ve now got another seamless password keeper on all of my devices. Admittedly, it’s a bit pricey to get the advanced features of interactive usability. But I did it anyway because, as we all know, this is now a world of a billion passwords and we are lost without them. And keeping them secure is priceless. I had a few issues in the first few weeks, had to contact the app developer....had trouble with getting additional devices connected. Now it’s all working fine, and it’s VERY cool how I can actually log in to any of my sites right through the RememBear app! Love that. Then I click “Done” and I’m right back to the app. It’s a super fast way to get in and out of secure sites. I do with I’d gotten a “half off” deal or something. Because I think $40 was pretty steep. Maybe they’ll like my review and give me a deal. 😉
  • Won’t pay for a subscription

    By Mike.may
    I’m not going to pay you yearly to use your app. I’ll happily pay a once for the service/app but I’m not paying you every year for it.
  • Premium only?

    By Sheeni503
    I saw this app listed in recommended apps and decided to give it a try. When I first start the app I was required to sign up for the premium free trial which will charge me I believe 35$ after 30 days. So is this app not usable without the premium?
  • Good app

    By zorro0f95
    Really good password manager. Used it during beta testing. Really want keep using it by upgrading to premium. But since my main device runs on Linux and there’s no Linux support it’s very disappointing.
  • Missing some features

    By Theater geek 28374
    This is by far the best password manager and the only company that did it right. It's secure with style and has a neat and organized design. It's missing two features that would make this app even more BEARable (aren't I funny) first off, what about private notes feature? That would be great. Next, two-factor authorization to make this even more secure. That's it!
  • Thank you

    By MiracleShack
    I can’t believe this is free!? It’s LastPass basically but everything looks nicer.
  • Very nice

    By JP 5509
    I participated in RememBear Beta and am still using this password manager. After downloading the top password manager apps, and comparing them all, RememBear is much better than the competition. I do think there are just a few more things that could make RememBear perfect.
  • Help, Master Password and Finger print not working.

    By IHeartAnime
    This app has working stupendously until now. I tried to log on and it wouldn’t let me use my fingerprint AND it wouldn’t accept my Master password. I know my Master Password better than the back of my hand. Idk if it’s a bug or something but I’d like help please.
  • Why use this?

    By 人間ー魚
    Why would you pay a monthly fee to remember passwords when every phone comes with notes where you can write anything you want. Including passwords you want to remember.