LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Password Manager

By LogMeIn, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2009-08-01
  • Current Version: 4.4.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 129.53 MB
  • Developer: LogMeIn, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
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Description

LastPass is a password manager that securely stores your passwords and personal information in a secure vault. As you visit apps and sites, LastPass autofills your login credentials. All you have to do is remember your LastPass master password, and LastPass will autofill logins for you. Stop getting locked out of your online accounts or struggling with frustrating password resets. Let LastPass remember your passwords for you, and keep you safe online. NEW TO LASTPASS? Download LastPass now and get the protection you need for your online information. You can use LastPass across all your devices, including phones, tablets, and personal computers, for free. - Store usernames and passwords for all of your online accounts securely in your LastPass encrypted vault. - With the release of iOS 12, LastPass can now autofill in-app. Simply launch your apps and LastPass will fill in your username and password. - Autofill usernames and passwords seamlessly in Safari and other mobile browsers. - With free syncing, anything you save on one device is instantly available on all other devices. - Securely store information like credit card numbers and health insurance cards in the encrypted vault. - Log in with your fingerprint for simple, secure access to everything in LastPass. - Safely and conveniently share passwords with others, such as the cable login or WiFi password. - Create secure passwords in one click with the built-in password generator. - Multi-factor authentication secures your password vault to add a second layer of protection on your account. LastPass never has the key to your encrypted data, so your information is available to you, and only you. Your vault is encrypted with bank-level, AES 256-bit encryption. For $24 a year you can upgrade to LastPass Premium and get additional features: - Unlimited sharing of passwords, items and notes - 1GB encrypted file storage - Premium multi-factor authentication like YubiKey - Priority tech support - Desktop fingerprint authentication Download LastPass today for simple, secure access to your passwords!

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Reviews

  • Why

    1
    By Benjamin3710
    I don’t understand what makes this better than the standard apple keychain, also, they are pushing this way too hard on YouTube (in video) sponsors
  • Love this lifesaving app!

    5
    By Zacktron
    I downloaded this app because Youtuber iJustine recommended it. I love it! Super useful! Gonna recommend this app to my friends!
  • Crashes on iPad 2017 and iOS 12

    1
    By Tubzik
    Version 4.4.2 still crashes on iPad 2017 and iOS 12 after about 5 second delay after authentication into LastPass with fingerprint.
  • Save and fill hang

    4
    By TheDMTD
    When accessing save and fill for a new site from the iOS 12 keyboard, it just turns the screen grey and shows a loading spinner for literally 5 minutes. I end up quitting the app, signing into the LastPass app separately and copy and pasting credentials. Not a great user experience :(
  • Hope this app is good

    5
    By MarioMooz
    Ijustine recommended this app so I’m gonna try it
  • Where is the browser?

    1
    By TaZofMiami
    The new ios12 update removed the LastPass browser. I’m not happy about that. I use the lastpass browser a lot. It’s my way of keeping my browser away from the kids. Please bring it back ASAP.
  • Boooo to price increases and product expansions

    1
    By Skjdjai
    I didn't catch the price increase last year. Service and app are fine. Not sure premium is worth double the money. Looking to see if i can go back to free. Ive dropped all the logmein products due to substantial price increases and unfortunately they bought this wonderful app. Free-er options out there that do the same thing.
  • Browser is gone, & no way to save site passwords

    1
    By roofoofighter
    Why on earth did you remove the browser? I don’t want to use Safari and I can’t figure out how to generate new passwords and user login for websites using Safari or Chrome. Plus every time I try to fill in my password I have to scan my fingerprint 2 times in a row. That is really annoying!
  • Finally

    5
    By JMACSOLS
    Finally something other than a little hidden paper with all my passwords and a password generator!!!!!
  • Very disappointed

    2
    By ChiXIStigma
    I’ve been using LastPass for a few years, and I’ve loved it up until this latest update for iOS 12. The new autofill feature doesn’t work properly on Chrome or Firefox, and it’s broken in multiple ways. The first issue is that it will populate most usernames with your LastPass account name (email address). Then when you go to enter the correct username it will sometimes delete the password entry, meaning you have to use the app the old way *more on that below*. The second issue is that many websites check for an actual keystroke entries in one or both of the username/password fields. The old manual method still works like it should and clears the keystroke checks. If the new autofill method doesn’t present the first set of issues then it will fail here. It doesn’t clear those keystroke checks, so to get the site to let you log in you have to type and delete a random character from each field. So the new hotness is bugged? So what, right? Just use the old method that you loved. Nope. It now has weird bugs that will keep it from filling the username and password automatically. Now it will randomly prompt you to copy your username or password. Meaning that you have to share the page with LastPass, authenticate with LastPass, choose a field to copy, tap the field on the website far too many times until you get the Paste option, then repeat the same process all over again for the other field. Like I said at the top, I really loved LastPass for years. I’ve been paying for the premium version just to support the devs who make the product. And I would have been annoyed by the buggy new feature, but I understand that new features take time to get right. But the fact that I can’t even rely on the app to have older features function properly is super frustrating. But the folks at LogMeIn (who make a little over one billion dollars in revenue per year) had some extra salt to rub in my wounds: their tech support. I’ve been trying to work with them, but it’s beyond infuriating. The response times take far too long. And instead of using a normal ticketing system that allows the customer to reply via regular email, you get sent an email with a link to login to their web based ticketing system to update their notes for them via a clunky interface that is straight out of 2005. But this tech company that’s raking in billions is going to have solid support agents because that’s how things work. Nope. You get sent steps that are completely unrelated to your issue, or steps that are so fundamentally basic that it’s clear that the support tech didn’t read your previous notes or the just don’t care and are copy/pasting random nonsense from their internal knowledge base. I’ve now waited days for a response to my last update. Just out of curiosity I asked the support team if there were any bugs that the dev team was working on, not because I was unsure if there were bugs, but because I wanted to see what they would tell me. Guess what everyone? LastPass officially has no bugs. The dev team has managed to achieve what NASA never could; they’ve written a flawless code. And not only that, the flawless code was delivered with new features on a new OS iteration. Honestly, I wish they had included a new $1000/month payment option because they deserve it for allowing me to have the honor of using their flawlessly written app.

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