UI is the best I've seen across password managers. iOS app works with Touch ID, making it a breeze to quickly unlock password vaults. Can also be used to store secure notes, license keyfiles, or pretty much any type of data — all of which are encrypted.
A clean, good-looking and intuitive UI
Lacks native Linux support
Available as a standalone application, a menubar app, and as browser extensions
Active community of users and active / blogging development team.
As it has both Git support and encrypts passwords to GPG-encrypted text files, it is really simple to access everywhere. You can either use a self-hosted or a personal cloud hosted Git repository. It is automatically being kept up-to-date. Clients for pretty much everything and a really active comm...
By default each file is named 'google.com.gpg' - so someone who steals your password directory would know every site you have accounts on. Can be mitigated with plugins like Tomb, but a noteworthy caveat.
An iteration on the UI brings a polished look that was already good-looking to begin with. It even tries pulling in relevant app and web icons, adds credit cards logos and has little animation to make the experience more pleasant.
No native app is available specifically for Linux making this a poor option for Linux users. Though there is 1Password for Families which offers a web app that can be accessed in any browser, but it does cost at least $5 a month, so not free.
LastPass keeps an encrypted copy of all passwords locally as well as an encrypted copy on their servers. That way, passwords can be accessed locally while offline, or through their server while online from any machine.
For example, the Keyorm plugin for the official Keepass client has the ability to open a website, and autofill username & passphrase info. This is an important and expected feature for a password manager, which is not available in KeePassX
After the 100 password threshold is passed, this service costs $1.50 per month for up to 1,000 passwords and 3 users. Plans can be expanded all the way to $40.00 per month with the capability to store 10,000 passwords and share with 1,000 users.