LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Password Manager

By LogMeIn, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2009-08-01
  • Current Version: 4.3.4
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 97.16 MB
  • Developer: LogMeIn, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 7,533 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
LastPass Password Manager App Ratings: 4
4
Based on 7,533 App Reviews
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LastPass Password Manager App Details

LastPass simplifies your digital life. From your LastPass Vault, you can store passwords and logins, create online shopping profiles, generate strong passwords, track personal information in photo and audio notes, and more. All you have to 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: AIRTIGHT 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 - Use TouchID to access your Vault AUTOMATICALLY FILL IN FORMS ONLINE - Automatically fill in your name, address, credit card info with Form Fill - Instantly log in to websites using saved passwords and TouchID 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 ADVANCED SECURITY PROTECTION - AES-256 bit encryption keeps your passwords and notes safe - LastPass never has your encryption key – only you know your password - Optional PIN code, TouchID, and offline options - Get notified about important security issues and risks when they happen - Multifactor authentication ORGANIZE AND SHARE PASSWORDS - Organize sites by folders in your Vault - Safely and conveniently share passwords with others - Log in to Safari, Firefox, and Chrome extensions on your personal computer EMERGENCY ACCESS - Plan ahead and give trusted family or friends a way to access your Vault in case of an emergency - Accept or decline Emergency Access requests to your Vault LASTPASS ENTERPRISE CREATED SPECIALLY FOR BUSINESSES Business owners can download LastPass to secure their business and share passwords safely among employees. - Add and remove employee accounts from the Admin Console - Simple, secure sharing and storage of passwords among team members - Configure security policies to restrict access and set requirements - Active Directory integration for automated user provisioning - Learn more at https://lastpass.com/enterprise With LastPass, your passwords are safely stored and accessible across all your devices. Use LastPass for password protection, document storage, or workplace security. Our Vault can handle it all. Download LastPass today!

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LastPass Password Manager App Reviews

  • Excellent app and secure trusted I highly recommend it

    5
    By manacha8
    To everyone one.
  • Sailcwd

    1
    By Sail gu6
    I can’t get the basic version to work, no way I would upgrade.
  • Why such a high adult rating???

    3
    By izbizzy21
    This is an awesome app, but unfortunately it is rated 17+. Using it and restrictions on your phone is definitely a problem. Hoping they will change this.
  • Can’t get it to work

    1
    By Sigbob
    I downloaded the app and set up several of my accounts (Amazon, credit cards, etc.). When I click on one of those accounts within the app, I am directed to the account’s Home page (eg: Amazon) where I am asked to login with my ID and password. So basically I go to Lastpass where I choose an account where I am required to login as though I had gone there directly. I’m sure I’m at fault and doing something wrong. When I requested help from the developer, I receive a canned response telling me to set up my accounts like I initially did. That is no help whatsoever.
  • The Best Free Password Manager

    5
    By Sa44ire3434
    This is currently my favorite password manager. It has so many free features. For example, you can store an unlimited amount of usernames and passwords in LastPass. Also, it’s syncs your vault between all your devices on the cloud. That way, if you lose your device, you can still log back into your account. LastPass also has great security features. It has AES-256 bit encryption (currently the strongest encryption) before syncing with TLS on the cloud. You are also protected against brute force attacks with PBKFD2 SHA-256 with salted hashes. Your email and master password are combined to make a unique locally-generated encryption key. Your data is encrypted and decrypted at the device level. The data that is stored in your vault is kept secret, even from LastPass. Your master password and the keys used to encrypt and decrypt data are never sent to LastPass’ servers and are never accessible by LastPass. Also, I highly recommend turning on multi-factor authentication because that feature makes your account so much more secure plus it is free. There is also a secure password generator. And, there is an emergency access option so that if anything happens to the account, a trusted family or friend’s account can gain access to it. Although LastPass is not open-source, they are audited regularly by third-parties. They have complete SOC 2 Type 2 compliance and have a very transparent incident response. Additionally, there is a bug bounty program. If any security bugs are found, the LastPass team is quick to fix it. One suggestion I have would be to make a better local-only (offline) option as an alternative to the cloud-based (online) option. That way, our passwords are not on the internet. For the offline mode, there should be a local WiFi sync. However, you would lose the convenience of instantly syncing your devices. Another suggestion would be to improve the UI of the mobile apps (and perhaps the lastpass.com site). I really like the UI of the iMac app on the Mac App Store (not to be confused with the desktop site). The symbols of the sites and notes and pretty much everything else looks better. I also feel like it is more intuitive. The developers could make the iPad app look pretty much the same as the desktop app but more touch friendly. The iPhone app could look the same except that there would be no box on the right side. I also have some other suggestions. One would be to use favicons as symbols for sites that don’t regularly have a symbol. That way, the vast majority of sites can have a symbol. Another would be to add the password changer to the mobile app. A third would the ability to restrict logging in to all devices except for some listed devices. For example, there is already an option to disable login to all mobile devices except for the ones listed. It would be nice to have that feature for computers and the internet too. That way, it would be even better than using multi-factor authentication. A final thing would be to have haveibeenpwned.com built in for emails and passwords. The developers can link the emails to haveibeenpwned emails. LastPass can download the Pwned Passwords list to add to the security challenge. Since LastPass will download the list, the passwords scanned will not have to go to haveibeenpwned.com. Overall, LastPass is an amazing password manager that I would recommend to family and friends. You don’t have to be tech savvy in order to use this service. The free version of LastPass is packed with features and is by far the best free online password manager. However, I would suggest upgrading to premium if you wish to support the LastPass team while getting extra features such as 1 GB encrypted file storage, sharing, and some other things. There is also a family premium option for families who want to share passwords using different vaults. With just a few improvements, this app would be even better. -------------------------------- Settings To Change When you go to lastpass.com and sign in, there are a few settings you may want to change for extra security: First, go to account settings and go to general. In General, click “Show Advanced Settings”. Make sure password alerts are on. Second, you can choose when to re-prompt for your master password. Next, make sure that your security email is a dedicated or at least a secure email. Fourth, you should turn on Country Restriction (only allow login from selected countries) and set it to the country of your IP address. Most likely, your IP address will be the same geo-location you live in, but just in case, search up “what is my IP address” and click on a result. It will probably show the location of your IP address. For most people reading this review, it will be the United States. Then, make sure to disallow login from Tor networks and also allow reverting LastPass master password changes. Some people may want to turn off the latter because if someone gets a hold of their security email, they will be able to revert it when you change your master password. Make sure that the next three options are off. You can turn on Auto-Logoff Other Devices if you only use one device at a time and don’t mind logging back in every time you go on a different device. It is important that your password iterations are at least 100100 or else you will be more susceptible to brute force attacks. After General, go to the Multifactor tab at the top and make sure you set up a multifactor option. In the next tab, I recommend not having any trusted devices. As for the Mobile Devices tab, click enable to restrict access to all the mobile devices except for the ones you have listed. Make sure that you have logged into all your mobile devices first. On each listed mobile device, the access should be allowed. (I am not affiliated with LastPass in any way, shape, or form.)
  • Recommend to all my family and friends

    5
    By Fantastech
    Easy, secure, and great family features, too
  • Family version?

    5
    By Off Target!
    Originally reviewed in October 2017. Upgrading from 4 to 5 stars. Got my wish - paying a bit more for a family version supporting different multifactor methods for different family members. Worth every dollar for family security, organization and contingency planning in case something awful or just inconvenient happens to one of us. Thank you LastPass team! Original review: Would love a family version allowing all family members to use multi factor authentication I’ve used the paid version for years so I wouldn’t mind paying a bit more.
  • Customer service is non existent

    1
    By azpoppy
    This company/app use to be amazing. It has totally gone downhill the past two months. When ready to Check-in for a movie, it is not showing any show times. Horrible.
  • Last update broke the app!

    4
    By Scottyloots
    This past update broke my LastPass. It just sits on the red load screen and crashes.
  • Really poor on iOS apps

    3
    By JohnHDouglas
    LastPass works extremely well on my Windows 10 PC, but not on iPhone or iPad. It only works with apps that have been modified to work with LastPass - which is not all that many. That’s almost certainly due to Apple’s security setup, but it is bogus to offer an iOS app that doesn’t work with most iOS apps. Stick with using it on your PC. I have no idea if there is a password app that works on iOS

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