CNET - This Web-credentials manager is available for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. It’s not the best product in its class, but the price is right.
Norton Identity Safe is not a password manager in the traditional sense. It’s more of a log-in manager, able to automatically plug in your username and password when you sign into various sites that require them — all the while keeping that info secure and synced.
Originally, the software came bundled with various Norton security suites, but now it’s a standalone product with a surprising (for Symantec) price. As long as you grab it before October 1, you can get Norton Identity Safe absolutely free.
The tool is available not only for Windows and Mac, but also Android and iOS. It’s a direct competitor to the likes of LastPass and RoboForm, the latter a $30 product.
However, those tools include a feature I consider essential: a desktop password manager that can be used to organize more than just Web credentials. Norton Identity Safe can do likewise, maintaining things like credit card numbers and software registration codes, but you need your browser and Internet access if you want to retrieve them. More