LastPass and Dashlane are two of the best password managers you can choose. Each can help you securely store dozens of passwords and log you into sites with the click of a button. But which is the best password manager?
While both these Password managers are excellent, with a host of decent features, Dashlane just pips LastPass by our reckoning. Dashlane is the more expensive of the two though, so if your decision is driven mainly by your wallet, you might want to consider LastPass instead.
How did we arrive at this conclusion? We've rigorously tested Lastpass and Dashlane, pitting them against each other, as well as other popular password managers. We've tested them for their features, interface and ease of use, among other things, so we really know what makes a good password manager.
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- LastPass or Dashlane - Which is Best?
- Dashlane Password Manager - Pros and Cons
- LastPass Password Manager - Pros and Cons
- Best For Features - Dashlane
- Best for Changing Multiple Passwords - Dashlane
- Best Browser Plug-in - LastPass
- Best For Customer Support - Dashlane
- Verdict: LastPass or Dashlane - Which is Best?
- Dashlane can automatically change multiple passwords at once
- Easy-to-understand security assessment of your password quality
- Auto-saves online receipts
- Virtual Private Network (VPN) included
- The free tier doesn’t backup your database to the cloud
- Very expensive compared to competitors such as 1Password and LastPass
- Makes your passwords available where you want them: in your browser.
- Detects when you’re using the same password on multiple sites.
- Available on all major browsers and on multiple sites.
- Connection issues, though rare, can make password changes maddening.
- Password changing feature is very manual the first time round.
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