Competing products have many of the same capabilities, are competitively priced, and are well-rated. Dashlane and Keeper, for example, have similar onboarding processes. You can organize items in custom folders. Both offer special security features like dark web monitoring. Granting emergency access works much the same way.
However, some rivals have limitations in their free editions. For example, Dashlane and Keeper are free only if you use them on a single device.
LastPass Free comes with several features that other brands charge for. It also has more options for businesses.
LastPass shows charges by the month but bills annually:
• Premium, $3 per month ($36 per year)
• Families, $4 per month ($48 per year)
• MFA, $3 per user per month ($36 per user per year)
• Teams, $4 per user per month ($48 per user per year)
• Enterprise, $6 per user per month ($72 per user per year)
• Identity, $8 per user per month ($96 per user per year)
LastPass offers a free 30-day trial for Premium and Families, and you needn’t provide credit card information to sign up.