Save 50% on Roboform (Mac)

As I zip around on this new Mac, I realize I’m not going to get very far without one of my favorite tools – Roboform. There are just too many websites and too many passwords to remember. I’ve been using Roboform on my Windows machine for years and using the web without it is a huge hindrance. No problem though, there is a Roboform for Mac and it works pretty much the same way. Done deal, I need a copy of this.

A quick search on the web found Coupon Code – EGS30 – which gives a nice 50% discount. That drops the price from $29.99 to $14.95. Funny thing is, once you have a copy in the basket you can get an additional license for even less. I picked up a second copy for $9.99. So for less than the cost of a single copy, I got two. Nice deal.

If you don’t have a copy of Roboform, it really is a must have. Yes, the browser can save bookmarks and passwords, but what happens when you switch browsers or even machines? Roboform handles that really well. Regardless of which browser I logged in with, the username and password info is always available. And so is your credit card info, address and whatever other information you store in there. Nice stuff.

So, if you need a copy, use Coupon Code – EGS30 to save 50%.

As I zip around on this new Mac, I realize I’m not going to get very far without one of my favorite tools – Roboform. There are just too many websites and too many passwords to remember. I’ve been using Roboform on my Windows machine for years and using the web without it is a huge hindrance. No problem though, there is a Roboform for Mac and it works pretty much the same way. Done deal, I need a copy of this.

A quick search on the web found Coupon Code – EGS30 – which gives a nice 50% discount. That drops the price from $29.99 to $14.95. Funny thing is, once you have a copy in the basket you can get an additional license for even less. I picked up a second copy for $9.99. So for less than the cost of a single copy, I got two. Nice deal.

If you don’t have a copy of Roboform, it really is a must have. Yes, the browser can save bookmarks and passwords, but what happens when you switch browsers or even machines? Roboform handles that really well. Regardless of which browser I logged in with, the username and password info is always available. And so is your credit card info, address and whatever other information you store in there. Nice stuff.

So, if you need a copy, use Coupon Code – EGS30 to save 50%.

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