Keeper supports more mobile versions that its competitors, including BlackBerry, Kindle, Nook, and Windows Phone, plus iOS and Android. The mobile versions bring up a protected browser session, and your username and password information are shown across the top. To login, you tap on each credential and they are placed in the appropriate spots on the app. That method is better than any other product we looked at. If your users need something to support logins from their phones, this should be the first product you look at. Their security scorecard for each user is somewhat basic, but nice to have. Keeper supports a variety of second authentication factors, including RSA SecurID, SMS, voice calls and Google Authenticator. Like the other tools, it has a complex password generator.