What is the keychain?
The keychain is the standard location for Mac apps to securely store sensitive data. For example, when you login to a secure wifi network, macOS stores the password for that wifi network in the keychain. For Paprika, we store your Paprika Cloud Sync account information in the keychain.
Why is it asking for my "login" keychain password?
If you restart your computer, for security purposes macOS prompts you to give Paprika access to your keychain so we can read your Paprika Cloud Sync account information again. To grant Paprika access to your keychain, you need to enter your account password for macOS. We recommend selecting "Always allow" so you only have to do this once, and then macOS will remember that you've previously granted access to Paprika.