8 Best Password Apps for Android Tablets

There are plenty of Android apps and services available for storing passwords, logins, credit cards, and other private information, but it can often be difficult to find the best one. This page covers the top eight password manager apps for Android tablets, including basic login autofill services and more premium experiences with added security and VPNs.

What we like

  • Built into the Android operating system.

  • Uses the same Google account as Google Play and Gmail.

What we don’t like

  • Settings can be hard to find.

  • Doesn’t work outside of Chrome on other devices.

Google Password Manager is a free password management service native to the Android operating system. This means that it comes pre-installed on Android tablets and smartphones and no app needs to be downloaded to use it.

On Android tablets, Google Password Manager can store passwords and usernames for both websites and apps. Website credentials can be synced with Chrome browser apps on computers, smartphones, and tablets using the same Google account. The service can also scan credentials for security breaches and suggest stronger passwords and usernames.

What we like

  • Offers 2FA in addition to password management.

  • Special setting to save battery.

What we don’t like

  • Some advanced work settings can confuse casual users.

Microsoft Authenticator is one of the best free password manager apps for Android tablets. Once set up, this app can be used to autofill login information for apps and websites. It also features built-in 2FA functionality for services that require an extra level of security.

The Microsoft Authenticator app itself is very secure with additional settings for locking the app, preventing screenshots, and enabling a PIN or biometric scan requirement. Passwords can be imported and exported with relative ease, and a cloud backup option is available for all app data.

What we like

  • Can sync data over local Wi-Fi.

  • Support for a large number of cloud services.

What we don’t like

  • Limit of 10 items per list in free version.

  • One-time payment of $9.99 required to remove restrictions.

Enpass boasts a variety of features such as auto-complete logins for websites and apps, a password generator, and a sound security breach that checks if your information has been compromised by recent database hacks. However, what sets Enpass apart from its rivals is its support for local data synchronization over Wi-Fi and most major cloud services. Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, Google Drive, iCloud and even Nextcloud all have support.

What we like

  • Wear OS support.

  • Can add password generator widgets to Home.

What we don’t like

  • Biometric login, categories and attachments locked behind one
    $3.99 paywall.

Password Safe is a password manager app for Android tablets that is completely offline and protects the stored data with a 256-bit encryption. In addition to the expected password app features, it also offers support for home screen widgets, custom themes, file attachments for login fields, and user images, though all of these bonuses require a one-time payment to unlock.

What we like

  • Beautifully designed app that is easy to navigate.

  • Can enter credit cards with the tablet’s camera.

What we don’t like

  • You must create a Nord account to use the app.

  • $1.79 monthly fee required for data breach feature.

Nord is best known for its popular VPN service, but it also has a solid password manager app in NordPass. Designed for Android tablets, the NordPass app is incredibly well designed with a bold and colorful aesthetic that will comfort those put off by the barebones look of most other password apps. Entering credentials is easy and the ability to add credit card details by taking a picture of the card is a huge time saver.

While the password and private data storage features are free, a monthly fee of $1.75 is required to use the data breach detection service.

What we like

  • Unlimited password storage for free.

  • Advanced security options for $1 per month.

What we don’t like

  • You must create a Bitwarden account to use the app.

Bitwarden is an impressive password manager app that offers unlimited password storage on unlimited connected devices for free. It features AES-256-bit encryption, brute force protection, and salted hashing to secure data, while advanced 2FA options such as YubiKey, FIDO2, and Duo are available for those who want even more security for a $1 monthly fee.

What we like

  • Completely free for one device.

  • Built-in VPN feature for $3.33 per month.

What we don’t like

  • $2.75 (or $3.33) monthly fee to use multiple devices.

  • Can be slow when downloading data or using other apps.

Dashline is an all-in-one security app for Android tablets and other devices. In addition to the usual password manager for apps and websites, Dashline can also detect if your email was involved in a data breach, assess password status, and store private notes.

The free membership unlocks the password manager feature and now supports an unlimited number of passwords as opposed to the original 50 password limit. The $2.75 monthly membership lets you use more than one device and provides dark web monitoring, while the $3.33 monthly fee also adds a bonus VPN service.

What we like

  • Credentials are synced between devices.

  • Completely free to use.

What we don’t like

  • Cannot be used to manage app passwords.

The privacy-focused Brave web browser is a popular choice among cryptocurrency enthusiasts due to its built-in crypto wallet features and the ability to earn BAT tokens by browsing the web. However, Brave also boasts several other noteworthy features, such as the built-in password manager.

While Brave’s password manager can’t be used with Android tablet apps, it works fine with any website viewed in the browser itself and can sync credentials with Brave apps on other devices.

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