Please. The crippleware (or "dumb down" if you prefer) version is "free."
It stores "up to 50 passwords." Dear friends, if all you have to manage is 50 passwords, a password manager is way overkill. Keychain Access, the password storage function in your browser, or even an Excel spreadsheet should be more than sufficient.
For everyone else, the "Free" Dashlane is just a deceptive come-on, because you'll need, at minimum, the "Premium" version for which you'll pay an annual fee.
As someone below noted, the price for the "Premium" version is pretty much in line with 1Password's.
Why MacUpdate lets companies indulge in such deceitful advertising is beyond me. And the reviews: which version, "Free," "Premium," or "Premium Plus," do the Dashlane reviews pertain to? Surely no one could give a 5-star review to a password manager that manages a max of 50 passwords. Such a review is worthless.
Of course, this isn't limited to Dashlane. MacUpdate allows vendors to post the price of the least expensive alternatives of their software. And the reviewers don't need to specify which version their comments apply to.
Also, I am more than willing to pay for software. I don't expect quality software to be free, or that someone else's hard work should be uncompensated.
But please be honest about the real costs and let the buyer decide.