Both avast and lastpass offer many features that will help you reduce stress and time, while still keeping your passwords secure. Both have their own strengths and weaknesses. The differences between them could be due to minor interface details and preferences of users.
Regardless, both are strong candidates for the best password managers currently available. Both have a robust password generator, automatic fill-in capability for mobile and websites, and the ability to sync across devices. Both provide password sharing with the option of remove the password at any time. However, LastPass takes the lead in a wide array of additional features such as security dashboards and monitoring of dark web sites, and many more.
Both password managers have great customer support options, including 24/7 phone and chat. However, the avast password manager is available only as part of Avast Antivirus and no longer offers new subscriptions. Therefore, it is less likely to receive updates and bug fixes. LastPass however, continues to actively enhance and improve its platform.
Both password managers come with well-designed browser extensions and applications that offer auto-filling and auto-saving features. Both password managers allow you to save notes and credit card numbers, in addition to your passwords. LastPass has a wider range of features for the ability to sync, compatibility, and security than Avast. In addition its premium plans come with a secure vault for passwords along with password sharing, as well as a dark web monitoring feature.