LastPass vs Zoho Vault


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LastPass
LastPass is there when you need to login, generate a password for a new site, or complete an online order. We've streamlined the browsing experience with features that take the hassle out of logging in and signing up, so you can forget about passwords forever. LastPass free open-source alternatives are: KeePass, Padlock, Passbolt
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Zoho Vault
Zoho Vault is an online password management software that lets businesses securely store, share and manage passwords and other sensitive data and access online apps. Securely store, share and manage your passwords and other sensitive data and access them from anywhere with Zoho Vault
Comparing LastPass vs Zoho Vault is like comparing apples to oranges. Because your business is unique and nobody except you can decide, which is better for your company. But we can add some fun to your research and suggest some new comparison parameters.

Let's start with videos. We think that LastPass has better video than Zoho Vault



Ok, now let's compare the UI. Looks like LastPass has more user-friendly interface than Zoho Vault because it's bigger. At least on our screenshots


To compare the popularity of the solutions we counted how many alternatives people search for each of them on the Internet. And it turns out that LastPass is more popular than Zoho Vault

Now let's look at the recent activities of our competitors:

- Zoho Vault offers free option for LastPass users (in 2017)
- Password manager LastPass is now free (in 2016)
- LogMeIn acquired password management service LastPass (in 2015)
- Password manager Zoho Vault allows users to sign-up from Android devices (in 2015)
- Password manager LastPass launches version for Mac (in 2015)
- Zoho Vault Browser Extensions enable secure auto-login to websites and applications (in 2014)

Looks like Zoho Vault was recently more active than LastPass (at least in our news). We also found some news, in which LastPass and Zoho Vault meet head to head:

2017 - Zoho Vault offers free option for LastPass users


LastPass doubled the price of its premium subscription for individual users from $12 to $24 per year, in the process removing some of the features previously available in their free plan. And Zoho takes this opportunity to lure Lastpass business users to its alternative solution Zoho Vault with one-year free subscription to the Professional Edition for teams and FREE forever plan for personal use. Zoho also provides a tool that allows to import your data from LastPass to Zoho Vault in just a couple of steps. Zoho Vault is an online password manager for individuals and teams that comes with an intuitive user interface, advanced sharing features, tight third-party integrations, native iOS and Android mobile apps, extensions for Chrome, Safari and Firefox, rock-solid security, and complete data privacy.

2015 - Password manager Zoho Vault allows users to sign-up from Android devices to fight LastPass


Online password management software Zoho Vault adds several new features. The updated Android app for Zoho Vault now allows users to sign-up from their devices. Users can now easily create an account with Zoho Vault, either personal or organizational, and get started with Zoho Vault via their Android devices. Administrators can now increase security levels in Zoho Vault by imposing restrictions based on the IPs from which their users access Vault. The recent update also gives users an option to select an existing chamber to which they would like the secrets to be imported to. This saves them from having to manually add each secret to a chamber after import. Users can now change the type of secrets from one to another (ex. from Windows to Unix) with ease, instead of the earlier procedure – having to delete the secret(s) as a whole and create a new one altogether with the desired secret type.

2014 - Zoho Vault Browser Extensions enable secure auto-login to websites and applications. LastPass should better react


Zoho equiped its online password manager Zoho Vault with browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox. These browser extensions are designed to make your day-to-day password management and auto-logon activities seamless. Once you install and deploy the Zoho Vault extension, you’ll be able to perform most of your password management operations from whichever site you are on. So from now you don’t have to leave a site, go to Zoho Vault, and then return to the site just to create or manage your passwords. Instead, you stay put as the browser extension helps you auto-fill and auto-logon – all from the website or application login page itself.