The password manager is also well designed, easy to use and possibly the best at filling out your personal information in online forms.

Dashlane's only drawback is the relatively high price of per year for the paid version.

We also liked Keeper's strong security and Enpass' flexibility, although each lacked certain conveniences.

Enpass is entirely free on the desktop and costs a one-time flat fee of $9.99 for Android, Black Berry, i OS or Windows Phone.

It handles all the basics quite well, but you'll have to sync your own devices via Dropbox or a similar service.

Last Pass shares our Editor's Choice award with Dashlane because of its ease of use, support for all major platforms, wide range of features, variety of configurations and affordable ($24 per year) subscription.

The free version of Last Pass syncs across an unlimited number of devices and has almost as many features as the paid version.

It's added support for Linux, Chrome OS and the Microsoft Edge browser and has made its website interface truly interactive, matching Last Pass in platform support and, with its excellent desktop software, surpassing its chief rival in interface flexibility.

Dashlane's killer feature is its bulk password changer, which can reset hundreds of your passwords at once, saving you time and worry in the event of a major data breach.Until then, though, Enpass isn't any better than the free version of Last Pass.1Password's Windows and Android versions have finally reached rough parity with their Mac and i OS equivalents, but many functions feel clunkier than they are on newer password managers.Dashlane has a well-designed desktop application, a tool that changes your passwords on hundreds of websites simultaneously, and has recently added a fully interactive website interface and support for Linux and Chrome OS.Last Pass has the price advantage; its free version is unlimited and versatile, and its paid versions are inexpensive and full-featured.(Group plans that can be used by families start at per user per year.) You won't get consumer-friendly features such as personal-data form filling or a bulk password changer, but all of the essentials are in place and work smoothly.