Bitwarden and LastPass allow you to effortlessly sync login credentials across desktop, laptop, smartphone, and tablet devices so that you can access them no matter where you are. This means that if you add or update a password on one device, the changes will automatically be reflected on your other devices. This also allows you to quickly and securely switch between different devices without having to transfer passwords between them.
Both password managers offer convenient auto-fill features for websites via their browser extensions on desktop and mobile apps on smartphones. Bitwarden has a more innovative account-switching feature that lets you switch between multiple accounts on a single device for seamless transitions between work and personal accounts. It’s a welcome addition to an otherwise well-rounded password manager.
Both services offer secure storage of passwords with 256-bit AES encryption and PBKDF-SHA256 as well as a unique fingerprint phrase that only you know. They also offer a range of other security and privacy features like cross-platform support, cloud storage, password sharing, and emergency account access. Both offer a free version as well as a premium option with additional features.
Both companies have excellent self-help resources in the form of FAQs and community forums as well as 24/7 phone and email support for paid subscribers. However, Bitwarden has a more clunky and less intuitive interface than some of the other top-rated password managers. While it’s highly secure and has a couple of really handy extras, it’s not as user-friendly as its rivals.