I would love to have a better way to manage saved passwords and know that my data was secure and local to my devices.
I'm using KeePass (both mobile app and windows app). Password file stored at cloud-storage and a key-file at another cloud-storage and app protected wit password. That's pretty secure and I have no trouble using it with PureVPN.
What would be the added value of a password manager from PureVPN (it doesn't really seem to be their "core business")
Lee MacKinnell commented
i currently use a password manager but in it's most secure setting, it requires the country you connect from to be recorded in their system when you use a VPN this can change regularly and so you have to re-authorise, for this reason alone I would support a secure password manager if it was cross-platform as long as it did not use .net or mono libraries