RememBear: Password Manager

RememBear: Password Manager

By TunnelBear, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-11-21
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 80.80 MB
  • Developer: TunnelBear, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 287 Ratings

Description

The beautiful RememBear app is the easiest way to create, store, and use really strong passwords across your devices and stay safe online. It also stores credit cards for quicker online shopping, and protects sensitive notes with an added layer of security. Try RememBear Premium free for 1 month! If you fall in love with your Bear, keep things going with an annual subscription. BENEFITS OF HAVING A BEAR - Automatic log-ins: RememBear saves you time by auto-filling your login information across your favourite apps and websites. - Faster online checkouts: Autofill your credit cards when shopping online. - Never forget a password: Save your passwords in a single place and say goodbye to un‑bear‑able password resets. - Store sensitive notes: A place for those notes that need an extra layer of security. - Keep your data safe: All of your logins are stored in an encrypted vault that only you can access. - Prevent identity theft: Generate strong, unique passwords for your online accounts to prevent getting hacked. - Access everywhere: Your Bear is synced across all your computers, phones, and tablets. CONVENIENT FEATURES - Friendly, approachable design so simple, even a bear could use it! - Unlock your vault securely with Touch ID or FaceID - Auto-locking after Bear 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: https://www.remembear.com/privacy-policy https://www.remembear.com/terms-of-service/ 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 https://www.remembear.com/support * 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 Settings in your iTunes Account.

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Reviews

  • Could be a great app

    3
    By Lilykacz
    I love the idea of this app, especially because it’s cute and functional. However, I’ve had to delete my account twice because they don’t have my master password on file. I won’t be using this app anymore :( I’ll have to opt for a more boring yet useful app.
  • So frustrated

    2
    By dgrilly
    I did love this app and then you had to pay to sync which I totally get. The frustration is that the app on my laptop made me re-sync and now none of the passwords I’d saved on my laptop are accessible anymore because it thinks it’s a different device. So if I want to use any of the data I’ve saved on my computer I have to pay. Sigh.
  • Makes you pay after 30 days

    1
    By Mariae333
    I couldn’t remember my password to something so I go on RememBear and then bam! It locked ALL of my passwords I put on there. It says it was created on a different device (not true it was all created on my iPhone) and that I had to pay $36 to unlock it all and sync it with new devices! I hope I can remember my college passwords because I’m not pay y’all! This is an awful way to deceive people into paying you guys money! Shame on you guys for being greedy. Just use your note app to keep usernames and passwords, don’t use this app. 🤷‍♀️
  • Not reliable

    1
    By 7thPrincess
    Everything was working great until the app suddenly reset and couldn’t recognize my phone or master password. Even with the backup kit, all information was lost.
  • Nothing

    1
    By Awesome...............
    Got it when it first came out and I wasn’t aware I was on a trial until they said trial was over and now I’ve lost all my passwords because I had to change devices and multiple devices are not allowed in the lite version.
  • No Linux client.

    1
    By reduxify
    No Linux client means no money coming from my direction. I’ll stick with LastPass.
  • It’s not a scam

    5
    By ZigMat350
    It keeps all your Loggins on one app so you do not forget your password
  • Umichan06

    1
    By Umichan06
    After my attempt to register, i was show the inscription “your mail is already taken” but I did not use the application before, there is no “sing in” button, it’s terrible in one word.
  • App lost all of my information.

    1
    By lil b-ho
    Within 24 hours of creating an account with remembear, the company somehow forgot all my website profiles I had synced, leaving me completely in the dark. I did not forget the master password nor the backup # but RememBear forgot about me. It almost had no recollection that my account existed. For some reason my entire profile was wiped clean. I contacted customer service and they were very lackluster. I was not offered any form of consolation for them losing all of my information. As of today, I do not see a reason to risk using an unsafe and relatively new app like RememBear. Cute? Yes. Safe? No.
  • Not so great

    2
    By Elinyc167
    Downloaded and loved it. Somehow it has forgotten my phone and now I can’t get back in because it needs me to login all over again. I have my backup kit code but it still wants my master password even though I used face recognition. I’m not sure what the password is and there doesn’t seem to be a way to reset it. Disappointed.

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