@grabe The free version is more capable than LastPass. It is open source. You can run your own server if you choose and don’t trust the cloud. It was easy to export from LastPass and import into Bitwarden. I was left with no reason to stay and no reason to recommend it.
@grabe people were allowed to use the free version on their mobile devices and computers. With the change, they took this away and made people choose to only allow use on mobile or only on computers. So for anyone using mobile and computers interchangeably it has become useless.
Fortunately there are great alternatives. I now pay for Bitwarden and recommend it to others.
@grabe No I paid and recommended paying businesses, but I have friends and family that relied on the free version and some can’t afford to pay. It is for those people that I stand and why I have converted myself and my business clients to bitwarden.
I can’t financially support a business that treats people like this.As a business, it is poor practice to take away what was already given. If you want to drive people to a paid/pro version, then freeze features on the free version and upgrade pro
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