If you're looking for to offload all your passwords and basic login information, Dashlane can take on your Android's password management.
Generate and store passwords: Dashlane for Android can generate passwords, store them, and then autofill them as well as your login information for websites and apps, unlocking them with your master password.
If you use Google to handle your autofill information for apps, however, Dashlane has a setting that lets you continue to use it.
Secure: Dashlane uses the industry-standard AES-256 to encrypt your information.
It's free, for one device: If you are using the Dashlane password manager for just one device, it's free to use.
And it's paid, for multiple devices: Dashlane comes with a 30-day trial of the Premium version. After that, it's $39.99 a year to put Dashlane on all your devices, with everything -- passwords and other fill-in data -- automatically synced across your platforms. A premium account also lets you share items with others.
Can't autofill everything: Dashlane can autofill just your login and password information on Android and can't handle other autofill data, such as address and payment methods. The desktop version can autofill it all.
Confusing pricing: If you try to upgrade from within the app, you are presented with a $30 offer. However, if you click through to the payment screen the price is $39.99.
If you're looking for a simple password manager for your Android, check out Dashlane. It can't handle all your autofill data but is a simple and secure way to store and autofill your passwords.