Bitwarden Password Manager APK

Version 2023.7.0 - com.x8bit.bitwarden

Bitwarden is a login and password manager that helps keep you safe while online.

Bitwarden Password Manager apk

APP Information

Download Version 2023.7.0 (6781)
Apk Size64.03 MB
App Developer8bit Solutions LLC
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.x8bit.bitwarden.apk

Download Bitwarden Password Manager 2023.7.0 APK

App Description

Bitwarden Password Manager is x8bit,bitwarden,productivity, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.68 by 25 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit 8bit Solutions LLC website who developed it. com.x8bit.bitwarden.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2023.7.0 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 55192+ times on store. You can also download com.x8bit.bitwarden APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.


Manage, store, secure, and share unlimited passwords across unlimited devices from anywhere. Bitwarden delivers open source password management solutions to everyone, whether at home, at work, or on the go. 

Generate strong, unique, and random passwords based on security requirements for every website you frequent. 

Bitwarden Send quickly transmits encrypted information --- files and plaintext -- directly to anyone. 

Bitwarden offers Teams and Enterprise plans for companies so you can securely share passwords with colleagues. 

Why Choose Bitwarden:

World-Class Encryption
Passwords are protected with advanced end-to-end encryption (AES-256 bit, salted hashtag, and PBKDF2 SHA-256) so your data stays secure and private. 

Built-in Password Generator
Create long, complex, and distinct passwords for every site you visit.

Global Translations 
Bitwarden translations exist in 40 languages and are growing, thanks to our global community.

Cross-Platform Applications 
Secure and share sensitive data within your Bitwarden Vault from any browser, mobile device, or desktop OS, and more.

Accessibility Services Disclosure
Bitwarden offers the ability to use the Accessibility Service to augment Autofill on older devices or in cases where autofill is not working correctly.  When enabled, the Accessibility Service is used to search for login fields in apps and websites. This establishes the appropriate field IDs when a match for the app or site is found and inserts credentials. When the Accessibility Service is active Bitwarden does not store information or control any on-screen elements beyond inserting credentials. 

App ChangeLog

  • - Updated interface for selecting self-hosted environment
  • - Apple Watch updates for always-on displays

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. OBrien Holcombe-avatar

    OBrien Holcombe

    It's an OK password app but can get in the way when trying to "paste" a copied item. The app wants to stick the banner right in the way of the "paste" button I am trying to push. Pretty annoying really. Edit 10,13,2021: this app has become increasingly burdensome in that it does not open and input information NOR does it capture new passwords and account information. I have Uninstalled the app and reinstalled it several times. There are other password protection apps to use.

  2. Jason College-avatar

    Jason College

    Great app, but the autofill box that appears almost always shows up in my way, covering up boxes I need access to. Once it appears, i can't get it to go away, even after selecting the autofill item, and I can't move it out of my way. Maybe add a persistent notification that can be used, as an option for those who don't want to use the android autofill service, or have problems with it.

  3. EazyE-avatar


    So just downloaded and can't even create an account. Enter email, master password, check box for TOS and submit. Blue circle spins, says "creating account" and then app closes to home screen. Try to login and told user name or password is incorrect. Would give zero stars if I could as app isn't even usable. Will update if devs can give me an idea of what is going on and I can actually review the UI.

  4. S. Lynch-avatar

    S. Lynch

    It works. The best password app I've ever used. I was with LastPass from the beginning. And their Android app just kept not working. Bitwarden shows up when you want it to, doesn't when you don't want it to. Is plain but has a depth of features that can't be beat. Had I known it was this good I would have dumped LP years ago. It's scary to change but it was worth it. Kinda glad LP told us to choose Desk or Mobile. Glad I took Bitwarden. How simple can I say it. It just works!

  5. Kas Pi-avatar

    Kas Pi

    Not perfect, but works. It's subscribable if you need corporate/team services, and yet under the hood still open source. Compared to 1Password and the like black boxes more trustworthy, but not the usability stains fullly free software tools like Pass have. to me a great compromise. If no team sharing features are needed, there is quite decent Keepass based solutions around these days. They're completely free in any sense and quite useable as well.

  6. Ben Feldtman-avatar

    Ben Feldtman

    Can't recommend bitwarden enough. Free tier doesn't feel restricted at all- it's so functional I almost feel guilty that I'm not paying for it. It's become indispensable to my work and personal life online. The app works flawlessly standalone, and only occasionally does the integration with chrome have any issues (usually caused by the web page as far as I can tell). The integration across platforms is seamless. Thanks for setting the standard!

  7. George Lazarides-avatar

    George Lazarides

    I have been using Bitwarden for a few weeks now, and so far I love it. I recently switched from LastPass and I am still getting used to it. I am not disappointed in Bitwarden, it has a very mature feel to it. I like its password generation features, they are better than those in LastPass. Importing my passwords from LastPass was fairly easy and straight forward. I switched to Bitwarden because LastPass started charging to be able to access my passwords on multiple platforms. I am still getting used to having to log in every time my browser restarts, but I know doing it that way is better security than if it is just unlocked for weeks at a time, so I forgive it. I am always on the lookout for a better password manager, but at this point Bitwarden ticks all of the boxes for the options that I want in a password manager.

  8. Lefteris Poulios-avatar

    Lefteris Poulios

    Bug report: I some google service, use bitwarden autofill, puts unhidden password in email space. Second or third time I retry (no refresh), it works. edit: also it doesn't offer to select password from 'all logins" which many times is grinding my gears cause i use login with google and i just have to re-enter my google password when i could just choose it from logins and it could copy it there if needed. Its grinding my gears a bit.

  9. Padmajan-avatar


    Switched from lastpass to Bitwarden and I haven't looked back. I trust Bitwarden with my passwords and recommend it to others. The only thing I felt it lacked is the UI, just the cosmetic stuff, I'm sure they'll update that in the future and even if they don't it's still a great application.

  10. Len Kowalik-avatar

    Len Kowalik

    I am another LastPass refugee, unhappy with their forcing clients on to one device for the free version. With a little help which is readily available from their website, I'm very happy with its performance on a Chromebook, an Android phone, an iPad, and an iPhone. I installed the Android version on my Chromebook, so I am able to make changes in LastPass, export them, and import them to Bitwarden on one device. Very handy for keeping the two in sync.