LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Password Manager

By LogMeIn, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-01-20
  • Current Version: 4.4.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 10.62 MB
  • Developer: LogMeIn, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.12 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 861 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
LastPass Password Manager App Ratings: 3
3
Total 861 Reviews

LastPass Password Manager App Description

LastPass simplifies your digital life. From your LastPass vault, you can store passwords and logins, create online shopping profiles, generate strong passwords and more. All you must do is remember your LastPass master password, and LastPass autofills web browser and app logins for you. Get started today for free and join the millions managing passwords with LastPass — you’ll wonder how you lived without it! NEW TO LASTPASS? Download LastPass now and get started, completely free. You can use LastPass across all your devices, including phones, tablets, and personal computers, for free. LASTPASS PASSWORD MANAGER FEATURES: SECURE PASSWORD STORAGE - Store all your usernames and passwords for all of your online accounts securely in your LastPass vault - Sync all of your passwords and logins across all your devices for free - Anything you save on one device is instantly available on any other device you use - Quickly search for logins from your vault AUTOMATICALLY FILL IN FORMS ONLINE - Instantly log in to websites using saved passwords - Automatically fill in your name, address, credit card info GENERATE PASSWORDS - Create secure passwords using the built-in password generator - Set custom password parameters like length, capital or lowercase letters, symbols and numbers - Set passwords to be pronounceable CREATE SECURE NOTES AND ADD ATTACHMENTS - Store memberships, IDs, software keys, & other sensitive data - Favorite notes for quick access - Upload files to your note, such as photos, PDFs, and more ADVANCED SECURITY PROTECTION - AES-256 bit encryption keeps your passwords and notes safe - LastPass never has your encryption key – only you know your password - Receive email notifications when other sites and services have been hacked - Multi-factor authentication: LastPass uses multiple methods of authentication to verify your identity - Offline access to your vault ORGANIZE AND SHARE PASSWORDS - Organize sites by folders in your vault - Conveniently share passwords with others - Log in to Safari and Chrome extensions online EMERGENCY ACCESS (available for Premium and Families only) - Plan ahead and give trusted family or friends a way to access your vault in case of an emergency. - Add security and require a waiting period during which you can decline an Emergency Access request to your vault. - Accept or decline Emergency Access requests to your vault CURRENT USERS: GET MORE WITH LASTPASS PREMIUM FOR $24 A YEAR - Unlimited sharing of items and notes - Emergency access - 1GB encrypted file storage - Priority tech support - And more Business owners can download LastPass Enterprise to secure their business. Learn more at lastpass.com/enterprise.

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LastPass Password Manager App Reviews

  • Crippled version

    2
    By schtamrbux
    I downloaded this because it would have better / more reliable features than the (buggy) Chrome plugin. It doesn't. I can't share passwords with people on the desktop version, which is an extremely useful feature of the tool. It doesn't work very well in the Chrome version, but at least it is there!
  • Bug City; Unresponsive Support

    1
    By beskeptical
    Riddled with bugs. Developer is utterly unresponsive to support requests.
  • Used to be good...now it's horrible

    1
    By Larry.McJ
    I realize Apple doesn't always make it easy for developers to integrate an app's features properly into either their OS's or Safari because of necessary sandboxing, but it doesn't matter whose fault it is...LastPass simply is now horrible! It used to be a very good app until recent changes make it not work hardly at all with Safari. I hate spending $60/yr for a password manager, but that's what the ones cost that have their act together. Dear LastPass developer: please do something to get your "once-good" app back on track to being at least usable. Right now as much as I want to use it...I can't because it doesn't work with Safari. Also, the Mac version of LastPass doesn't do anything....you can't launch logins from it, you can't even go to the app's own help site, nothing is functional in it except for adding or editing logins.
  • Honestly the best

    5
    By wilhornent
    I just felt compelled to write this because of the negative reviews I was seeing. My guess is they are trolls from competing companies... this app is the easiest most intuitive password manager, and I do exhaustive research and testing before committing to an application. I'm a devout lastpass user and have been for 2 years. It just works. Also, the new update is balls to wall great.
  • Not as easy to use since update

    2
    By Eclipse209
    With the new update, I find it more cumbersome to generate a new password and cannot do it while on the site information. Must go to More Options, Advanced, Generate Secure Password.
  • Once great, now garbage.

    1
    By ShutterChick.com
    LogMeIn bought LastPass and it appears as though they have put all of their effort into completely destroying the product. First, they ruined the iOS app. Next, they broke the browser plugins (Form Fill is useless now). The Mac app was next to go. It’s terrible. Find another solution.
  • Terrible for Safari on Mac

    2
    By AndrewH1007
    As a long-time LastPass user, I am dissapointed to say that I may need to find another application. Lastpass no longer integrates properly with Safari on a Mac. The LastPass Safari Extension will not auto-fill passwords. Thus, the best you can do is open the LastPass App, find the appropriate log-in information, then cut and paste into the Safari brower. A very cumbersome process. This is a shame because the LastPass Safari extension worked fine until its latest update. I requested assistance from the company days ago but never received a response. Thus, add poor customer service into the mix. For those who do not use Safari, you may have better luck. It appears to work fine with Chrome. It also seems to do a decent job on IOS. But if Safari on a Mac is important to you, better to look elsewhere unless there is a fix.
  • Good but...

    4
    By JudeP2018
    The app is pretty good can be better. On eof the main areas which need improving is the fact that i cannot read secure notes within the app. I need to open the iOS app to do that. In the macOS app the area on the secure note where text is supposed to be displayed is a big white box. Please fix!
  • They now have two versions of the app!

    2
    By Hrudy
    This version which you can d/l from the app store. And the so-called full-featured version , which you d/l from Lastpass.com I have problems with both of them. The "full-featured" version works better with Safari. HOWEVER, this comes at a cost of seeing the Bright Red LastPass Icon on your dock. There is no option to hide it. This cripped verison works clumsily with Safari in that you need to open the vault and copy the username and password manually to Safari. But at least it doesn't plaster itself all over your screen. Neither of Lastpass's competitors that I have investigated have this problem so I am giving them a bad rating until they resolve this issue.
  • Long Time User

    1
    By shollomon
    I've used LP for a long time and its worked well on Windows (chrome/firefox), IOS and Mac (Safari). However Mac safari support is so bad right now I am looking at alternatives. If I could share passwords with my wife in keychain I'd ditch LP in a heart beat and never look back. Issues are auto filling of passwords. Click on LP fill icon in the login box and nothing happens. Click on the three dots in the browser and it shows sites that have nothing to do with the site you're on. The program has to run all the time now, but I cant hide the icon in the dock. I know that a lot of these issues arose because Apple changed the way extensions work on mac/safari. But you guys have had plenty of time to catch up. The fact is you had plenty of time before the changes launched and you've been behind the curve. If you don't want to support this market segment just say so. Otherwise give us a quality product now.

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