Avast Passwords enables you to store all of your login information, bank account details, and private notes in one place. This type of programs proves to be of good use to people who created multiple online accounts over the years and find it difficult to remember every login detail when needed.
Before using the utility to store your private information, you first need to enter a master password. Make sure you enter an easy-to-remember passcode as the developer doesn't provide you with a solution if forget the master password.
You can then import login information for various types of sources, such as your default web browser, other password managers or CSV files from your local folders. When you add a new item to the program's records, you can use the built-in password generator to immediately create a strong and secure passcode.
Another great thing is that you can sync the stored content among various types of platforms as Avast Passwords is also compatible with Windows PCs, Android gadgets, and iOS devices.
A disadvantage is that not everything is available for free. You need to upgrade the program to its Premium version if you want to make use of Password Guardian, a built-in tool that warns you if your credentials were leaked on the web. Furthermore, the utility supports only one output format (CSV) when exporting the stored data.
Still, Avast Passwords provides you with a very simple way to store all of your login information and other private data in one place. It works great and helps you prevent unauthorized users from putting their hands on your personal info. I'd say it's worth a try.