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The Best Password Manager for iPhone

Store and use strong passwords on your Apple device.

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Why you need a password manager for your iPhone


Like most people, you probably have dozens and dozens of online accounts to manage everything from your finances to your social life. All those accounts come with passwords to remember and keep safe. And when it comes to practicing good online security, you should be using a different, strong password for every account.

A password manager gives you one secure place to store every account login. Passwords are autofilled for you, and new ones are generated on the spot when you sign up for a new account. A password manager is a smart way to organize your passwords and protect yourself online.

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Should you use the iCloud Keychain password manager?


If you’re using an Apple iOS smartphone or tablet, you may have noticed that the iCloud Keychain is the built-in password manager for saving and filling logins for different websites. The built-in password manager saves you time and the hassle of remembering every password.

When it comes to protecting yourself online, you need more. You deserve to protect your data – and your money – with the best password manager. You need features that make your security stronger, with one safe place to manage your online life. You will never have to click the eye icon again when entering your password!

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Is iCloud Keychain a good password manager?


For anyone using an iPhone, iPad, or Mac computers, it does seem like a convenient option that saves you time and the hassle of remembering every password. But saving and filling passwords is pretty much the only thing Keychain can do; it’s short on features to help you protect yourself online.

A standalone password manager like LastPass gives you the convenience of syncing passwords and other stored data to almost any device, regardless of OS and browser. LastPass also gives you extra security with options like two-factor authentication (including FaceID) and password alerts. When it comes to your personal information, you deserve strong protection. With the option to store addresses, credit cards, notes and other items, a password manager like LastPass also keeps the information you need every day just a few clicks away.

LastPass does more than save passwords

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Generate stronger passwords.

With a built-in password generator, LastPass makes it easy to create a random password for every account so you’re always protected from hacking.

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Cross-Device Syncing

LastPass doesn't lock you in. With seamless sync, offline access, and an app for almost every device, you’ll always have your passwords no matter what device or browser you use. Any changes you make on your Android device will sync to your desktop browser extension and vice versa.

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Get actionable security tips

From alerts about data breaches to an audit of your passwords, LastPass tells you when action is needed to update your accounts so you can stay on top of your security.

Built for peace of mind.

LastPass is designed to keep your information private, secure, and hidden (even from us).

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Encrypted vault

Your data is encrypted before it leaves your device, so only you can unlock your vault. Manage passwords in your vault by organizing your sites into folders.


Private master password

The master password is your private key to your vault; it’s never stored or sent to LastPass.


Two-factor authentication 

Add more security to your vault by requiring a code or notification to your phone. A strong password combined with a two-factor verification protocol provides the most protection.

How to disable your iCloud Keychain and switch to LastPass


LastPass will store your Apple account password so you can sign onto any Apple device or platform.

  1. First download and log in to LastPass.
  2. In Safari, open up Preferences and click Passwords.
  3. Copy-paste any stored logins to new entries in the LastPass vault.
  4. Once you’ve transferred your existing credentials, open System Preferences and click iCloud, then uncheck Keychain. You’ll be prompted to enter your Apple ID and complete the instructions.



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Access your personal data on the go with LastPass for Android. Browser and in-app autofill allow for a seamless mobile experience.

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iPhone

Keep your accounts at your fingertips with LastPass for iPhone. Our iOS app now supports in-app autofill for one-touch login.

 

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Mac

View, edit, and manage your LastPass Vault from your desktop with our Mac App.

 

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Manage your logins and personal data in your LastPass Vault directly from your Windows computer.
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How to AutoFill Passwords on iPhone or iPad

LastPass integrates with Apple iOS AutoFill framework for a fast, convenient browsing experience.

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What is AutoFill?


With the release of iOS 12, Apple introduced an AutoFill framework that makes it even easier to fill passwords and codes in Safari and other apps. Once you save information like your passwords, address, and payment cards to the AutoFill service, you can fill out forms with a single tap. Apple's iCloud keychain is also compatible with password managers like LastPass and other apps. The passwords you save to LastPass, for example, can also be filled by the AutoFill service.

Why use AutoFill on iPhone or iPad?

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Save time

AutoFill eliminates time spent on typing repetitive information. By filling in your saved passwords, contact cards, or saved credit cards for you in a few clicks, you’ll be able to complete tasks much more quickly.

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Reduces errors

It’s easy to mistype when using a small mobile keyboard on your iPhone. With AutoFill, you store the right information once, and it’s filled for you correctly, every time

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Improves security

If you must remember and type all your passwords, you’ll choose ones that are simple and insecure. With a password manager to remember and AutoFill your passwords, you can use strong, unique ones.

What can you AutoFill on iPhone or iPad?

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Usernames and passwords

Once your passwords are stored with LastPass — autofill will save you from typing another password ever again. Automatically log in to saved sites and auto-save newly created accounts.


Addresses

Whether you’re shipping to the office or to your home, LastPass saves all your addresses so you can finish shopping quickly. More practical and functional than an address book.


Credit card information

When you’re ready to make a purchase, LastPass makes it easy to complete your payment and go on to the next thing.

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How a password manager works with AutoFill


Apple has a built-in password manager called iCloud Keychain that stores your login information and credit card for your online accounts. However, many people choose a password manager like LastPass for the added security and flexibility. If using LastPass, you can simply enable it as your AutoFill service to fill passwords when using Safari mobile on iOS or other apps on your iPhone.


Turning on iPhone AutoFill for LastPass


LastPass fills your passwords for sites in Safari and other apps.

  1. Make sure you are using a device with iOS 12 or later.
  2. If you haven’t already, download the LastPass app to your Apple iOS device and create a LastPass account.
  3. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
  4. Tap Passwords & Accounts.
  5. Tap Autofill Passwords and turn the toggle on.
  6. Select LastPass from the list and unselect Keychain.

Using iPhone AutoFill with LastPass


Once enabled as your AutoFill service, LastPass can fill passwords on your Apple iOS device.

  1. Ensure you are logged in to the LastPass app
  2. Open your desired app or navigate to your website's login screen on your Safari mobile web browser.
  3. Tap anywhere within a login field, then tap to select your credentials that auto-populate in the QuickType bar. To select a different set of credentials, tap the in-field Password icon and select from the list displayed, or tap LastPass (at the bottom of the list) to be brought to your LastPass Vault and make your selection.
  4. If you have enabled Touch ID, Face ID, PIN, or Require Reprompt enabled, you will be prompted to verify your login.
  5. Once your credentials are filled, complete the login process to sign in.

Getting Started with LastPass on iPhone

New to LastPass? Our password manager makes it easy to use strong passwords and organize your online life.

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Download the app

The LastPass app is available for free on the Apple App Store. You can access LastPass on any device – it's free to sync all your passwords!

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Create an account

Your LastPass master password is the last password you need to remember. When you create your account, your LastPass vault gives you a safe place to store all your passwords.

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Download and use LastPass Free across one device type—computer or mobile—or upgrade to Premium or Families for unlimited access across all devices.

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Google Chrome

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Access your personal data on the go with LastPass for Android. Browser and in-app autofill allow for a seamless mobile experience.

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iPhone

Keep your accounts at your fingertips with LastPass for iPhone. Our iOS app now supports in-app autofill for one-touch login.

 

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Mac

View, edit, and manage your LastPass Vault from your desktop with our Mac App.

 

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Windows

Manage your logins and personal data in your LastPass Vault directly from your Windows computer.
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Apple Safari

Save keystrokes and stay secure online with our Safari password manager.

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Opera Browser

Streamlined access to your favorite accounts and save time at checkout with LastPass for Opera.

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The Best Password Vault for Safari

Effortlessly save, access, and manage passwords in one, secure place.

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What is a password vault?


A password manager stores all your passwords and other essential information in a password vault. Think of it like a physical safe but for your online valuables.

When using Safari, your password vault is your home base for everything you’ve saved including passwords, secure notes, and credit card information. Usually, you can manually add your passwords to your vault, or it will automatically capture account passwords when you enter them on every website as you browse in Apple Safari.

From your password vault, you can launch websites, edit login information, add notes, share login information, and more.

What information can my vault store securely?

Password vaults save usernames and passwords of course, but what else can they store?

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Payment information

Securely save credit cards in your password vault to make paying bills and shopping online easier. You can create profiles for different cards and autofill that information when you go to pay. No more searching for your wallet.


Personal and family information

Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers – this is all information you often need to know about your family members – and it’s not safe to text or email it. Storing it in your password vault helps you share it securely.


Securely shared private information

Teams at work often have to share credentials to sites and applications. You can store those credentials in your password vault and share them securely. No more passwords on sticky notes or in text messages. Add them to your vault!

What sites should I save in my password vault?

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Banking

Keep your financial life secure by saving all your banking logins in your password vault (e.g., checking, 401(k), and investment accounts). Also, take advantage of two-factor authentication when available.

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Email

Your email is the door to your digital world, so keep it safe. Storing your email password in your password vault helps you create a strong password and rotate it more frequently for safe measure.

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Social media

Social media sites contain a lot of personal information that hackers love. Create strong, unique passwords for these sites and save them in your password vault.

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Why do I need a password vault?


Unfortunately, security breaches are becoming more and more common, and it’s almost impossible to keep your information safe without the help of an online vault.

According to the 2018 Verizon Data Breach Report, 8% of breaches are due to weak or reused passwords. And for everyday people, stolen passwords are a leading cause of cybertheft. Passwords are the weak link when it comes to your online security – mostly because they are hard to remember. Your password vault eliminates this problem and allows you to store and use unique, strong passwords.

This is particularly important for businesses as employees have so many account logins to remember, and they often need to share passwords between coworkers. There is no good way to do this securely without storing this information in a password vault.

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Which password vault should I use on iPhone?


If you’re using Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad, or Mac computers, you may be aware of – or already using – the iCloud Keychain as your password manager to save and fill logins for different websites. For anyone using the iOS and macOS ecosystem, it does seem like a convenient option that saves you time and the hassle of remembering every password. But saving and filling passwords is pretty much the only thing Keychain can do; it’s short on features to help you protect yourself online.

A standalone password manager like LastPass gives you the convenience of syncing passwords and other stored data to almost any device, regardless of OS and browser. LastPass also gives you extra security with options like two-factor authentication and password alerts. When it comes to your personal information, you deserve strong protection. With the option to store addresses, credit cards, notes and other items, a password manager like LastPass also keeps the information you need every day just a few clicks away.

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How secure is the LastPass vault?


At LastPass security is our number one priority. With local-only encryption, your data is encrypted and decrypted at the device level. Data 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.

We are also SOC 2 Type II and SOC 3 compliant. This detailed review of our controls and processes is a “gold standard” for confirming the security and reliability of LastPass.

Benefits of a password vault on Safari

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Secure storage

Ensure all your sensitive information is stored safely

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Strong passwords

Make your passwords unique and strong without having to remember them.

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Time savings

Cut down on the time it takes to log in to your online accounts when you enable AutoFill.

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Sharing

Share passwords and other information with teammates or family members

How to disable your iCloud Keychain and switch to LastPass


LastPass will store your Apple account password so you can sign onto any Apple device or platform.

  1. First download and log in to LastPass.
  2. In Safari, open up Preferences and click Passwords.
  3. Copy-paste any stored logins to new entries in the LastPass vault.
  4. Once you’ve transferred your existing credentials, open System Preferences and click iCloud, then uncheck Keychain. You’ll be prompted to enter your Apple ID and complete the instructions.



Cross-platform password management

Download and use LastPass Free across one device type—computer or mobile—or upgrade to Premium or Families for unlimited access across all devices.

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Google Chrome

Get LastPass Chrome for the most robust feature set of any password manager option.

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Android

Access your personal data on the go with LastPass for Android. Browser and in-app autofill allow for a seamless mobile experience.

Apple logo

iPhone

Keep your accounts at your fingertips with LastPass for iPhone. Our iOS app now supports in-app autofill for one-touch login.

 

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Mac

View, edit, and manage your LastPass Vault from your desktop with our Mac App.

 

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Windows

Manage your logins and personal data in your LastPass Vault directly from your Windows computer.
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Apple Safari

Save keystrokes and stay secure online with our Safari password manager.

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Opera Browser

Streamlined access to your favorite accounts and save time at checkout with LastPass for Opera.

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Microsoft Edge

Never type another password in your browser with LastPass Microsoft Edge extension.

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And many more

View the full list of compatible LastPass browsers and devices here.

Additional LastPass Offerings

Trusted by millions

LastPass is trusted by industry experts worldwide

You deserve the best in security. LastPass keeps your information private, secure, and hidden (even from us).

85,000

Businesses Use LastPass

30 Million

People Trust LastPass

Average Rating on the Chrome Web Store

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LastPass to limit its free password manager. Here are other options, including Apple, Google

The free version of a widely used password manager is about to get much less flexible.

Starting March 16, users of LastPass’ free tier will need to anoint a category of device – “mobile” or “computer,” a distinction better phrased as “touchscreen” or “keyboard” – on which to keep using that tool.

They then must renounce using LastPass on the other category – not just in its apps but even through its website – unless they upgrade to paid service. That costs $36 a year for individual use, $48 annually for families.

LastPass announced this Tuesday, the third major change to this service of the Boston enterprise-software firm LogMeIn since hikes in 2017 and 2019 together tripled the cost of individual service.

That may make some of LastPass’ 20 million-plus users want to leave after exporting their saved data. But they should not quit using a password manager to save  passwords, generate complex ones and securely store and synchronize them using end-to-end encryption. That defense ensures even the password manager service – and anybody who breaks into it – has no key to decrypt them.

LastPass lets you keep track of all your passwords across multiple devices, for free.

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We humans struggle with this work and often succumb by abandoning the basic hygiene of using a different password at every site. Password reuse turns a data breach at one site into an opportunity for attackers to try your exposed password at others.

“I don’t know anyone who thinks they can keep complex and different passwords memorized,” emailed Lorrie Cranor, director of the CyLab Security and Privacy Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. “If you adopt a password manager, you don’t have to think about coming up with unique and strong passwords anymore and you don’t have to figure out how you are going to remember them.”

Two particularly easy free alternatives come from Apple and Google, both with the helpful feature of automatic warnings about weak, reused or exposed passwords. But each has hang-ups.

Apple’s iCloud Keychain works in Windows with its new Chrome extension, but it ignores Android and Chromebooks. Relying on Google Password Manager risks turning what may be your most vital account into a single point of failure should you forget your Google password and get locked out.

Among competing password managers, Bitwarden stands out for a free tier without serious usage limits, plus low rates of $10 a year for individuals and $40 a year for families. This Santa Barbara, California, firm’s open-source code, available for anybody to inspect, is a point in its favor.

For users willing to pay for a more polished interface and better password coaching, 1Password just beats LastPass solo rates, at $35.88 a year; its annual family rate of $59.88 is higher. This Toronto firm’s service regularly subjects itself to third-party security audits and draws compliments from such reviewers as Consumer Reports, which picked it as its top choice last year.

(Disclosure: I’m among them, having decided to try the service when 1Password offered free use to journalists to mark World Press Freedom Day.)

With any password manager, you must choose a complex master password, write that down in a safe spot and enable two-step verification to confirm any unusual login. That’s safer with a free code-generation app such as Google Authenticator and safest with a USB security key, a $20-ish encrypted pod you plug into a computer to verify your access.

This may not be enough if you actually have intelligence agencies hacking you. But as Cranor noted, that’s rarely the case: “Many attackers don’t care who they attack, they just want to compromise as many accounts as they can.”

Rob Pegoraro is a tech writer based out of Washington. To submit a tech question, email Rob at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @robpegoraro.

The views and opinions expressed in this column are the author’s and do not necessarily reflect those of USA TODAY.

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Visit your App Store and type LastPass in the search bar.

Click the download button.

Open the application once it is finished downloading.

 

Sign into your account.

Please Note: If this is your first attempt at signing in, you will be prompted with a “Login Failed” notification. For security purposes, this just means that LastPass is will want to verify the device and/or your location via email before you sign in.

 

  1. Click Ok on the prompt.
  2. Verify the email that LastPass sends to your inbox.
  3. In the app, Click Log In again.

You will immediately have the option to allow notifications and enable your fingerprint for Log In and Account Recovery should you ever forget your LastPass master password.

LastPass also will ask you for the first time if you’d like to securely “Fill usernames & passwords” and provides guidance on how to do so.

You can now start adding passwords, payment cards, bank information, etc.

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How to Move Passwords from LastPass to iCloud Keychain

If you’re moving from LastPass (or another password manager you’re dissatisfied with), you may be tempted to simply go with the password manager that comes with your browser or operating system. It’s certainly an easy solution, and a reasonable one, depending on your point of view. Until recently, third-party password managers were known to be more secure, but Apple and Google have been working to make their built-in password managers more secure, while Microsoft is adding one to its authenticator app. So it could be a viable choice.

One way, however, that these built-in password managers don’t stand up to their independent competitors is how tricky it can be to get preexisting passwords into their systems.

If you tend to hang out in the Apple ecosystem, that means using Safari for your passwords and passing them to your other devices using Apple’s iCloud Keychain. Here’s how to move your password data into iCloud Keychain.

Make sure you have Keychain

iCloud Keychain is how Apple syncs your information across devices — not just passwords, but also credit card info, Wi-Fi passwords, etc. If you haven’t used it, you may want to check to make sure it’s been set up and turned on. (If you plan to use your passwords on your mobile iOS device as well, you might want to check it there, too.)

Using a macOS device:

  • Go to your System Preferences app by clicking on the Apple icon in the upper-left corner
  • If you have macOS Mojave or earlier, click iCloud. Otherwise, select Apple ID > iCloud.
  • Go down the list of apps, and make sure that Keychain is checked

Using an iOS device:

  • Go to Settings and tap on your name
  • Tap on iCloud and scroll down to Keychain
  • If Keychain is Off, tap on the entry and then toggle it on

Import your password data

In order to get your data into Keychain, you need to import it into Safari on your Mac. Simple, right? Well, not really.

Unfortunately, unlike most password managers, you can’t import passwords from a CSV file into Safari. You can, however, import passwords from either Firefox or Chrome. So if you’ve got a CSV file from another password manager and you don’t have either of those browsers on your machine, you’ll have to install one of them first and upload your passwords into it. (You can find instructions for importing passwords into Chrome here and Firefox here.)

Once your passwords have been imported into one of the other browsers:

  • Close the other browser
  • Open Safari, go to File > Import From, and choose Chrome or Firefox. You can import Bookmarks, History, Passwords, or any combination thereof by checking the appropriate boxes.

One note: I had a series of mishaps trying to import from Firefox into Safari. Safari would invariably crash, even after I made a series of tweaks to Firefox. I finally gave up and tried it with Chrome, and the import worked immediately. Your mileage may vary.

You can check to see if the import worked by going to Safari’s top menu and selecting Safari > Preferences > Passwords. (You’ll have to enter your user password to access the password list.) You should see your passwords listed there.

Once you’ve imported your passwords into Safari, they should be automatically picked up by iCloud Keychain and useable across all your approved devices. You can check by typing and clicking on “Keychain Access” using Spotlight Search. That should bring up your Keychain app; you can click on iCloud in the top-left column and “Passwords” in the bottom left to see your imported passwords.

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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.

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Download LastPass now and get the protection you need for your online information. You can use LastPass on one device type (Computer or Mobile) for free. Unlimited device type access is available with LastPass Premium or Families.

- 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 automatic device sync, anything you save on one device is instantly available on 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.

Get more with LastPass Premium:
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- Unlimited sharing of passwords, items and notes
- 1GB encrypted file storage
- Premium multi-factor authentication like YubiKey
- Personal support
- Desktop fingerprint authentication

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Between my work and my personal websites I have over 250 sites, Log in’s, and passwords to try and remember. Which is virtually impossible for me! So I had been using an Excel spreadsheet to keep track of them all and I just had the spreadsheet password-protected. But we all know Excel passwords are so easy to break but that was the best way for me to keep track of my websites and all the supporting information to access them. When I started looking for a password keeper I contacted my company‘s IT department and asked them what they recommend. They said hands down it would be the LastPass App. And they are absolutely right! I am able to keep everything I need in the app since it also has a notes section where I can keep other supporting information like account numbers, pin numbers, etc. I also like that I can log into LastPass from any one of my devices, launch any of my websites directly from the app, and have it automatically log me in. I am completely satisfied with the ease of use and versatility of this app! I highly recommend it! It is also one of the most secure password keepers on the market as long as you have a good strong password for it. ***Just beware,*** do not ever forget your password to access LastPass. You will not be able to retrieve it nor will LassPass be able to reset it for you.

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Having a password manager is a no-brainer. It's incredibly stupid to reuse passwords across sites. One look at the number of hacked websites that we get each month and you would know why not to reuse passwords.

So with hundreds of websites and apps, it just makes no sense to remember so many passwords. Last pass does a fantastic job of remembering passwords for you. Not only does it remember your passwords it also helps you to generate new ones. It gives you a great deal of flexibility in choosing the type of password that you would like to use. It’s a lot more intuitive to use then most other password managers. Apple provides a password manager in the form of iCloud passwords. however, apples password manager is still basic. Last pass gives you everything that you need. What makes it even more awesome is iOS 12. The need of support for password managers and I was 12 makes it extremely easy to use a password manager with any website or application. Last pass really shines with ios12.

Worst Customer Service Possible

The app itself is good, but don’t have a technical problem that doesn’t fit into one of their predetermine issues. You will NEVER get resolution. Talking to a human is not an option. There is a number that gives you three options, two of which direct you to the online website, and then immediately hangs up on you. The other does direct you to a human, who doesn’t work for LastPass, and can’t help with anything.

I started using last pass about 3 years ago, and loved it. I moved two years ago, and had to change my email address since the provider didn’t service my new neighborhood. I looked around for a way to change my login email on the app, but couldn’t figure it out. Skip forward to last week, and something happened to the password I had been using for years to access LastPass. I couldn’t reset it since it wanted to send the resetting email to my nonexistent email. I submitted a report to LastPass and got a confirmation email back (good so far). A day later I got an email from one of their Tier 1 employees asking me to answer a bunch of questions confirming my identification I assume (good so far). That was the last communication I’ve received from LastPass. My life is tied to all of the data stored in this app, and I can’t get a simple user name converted to a new email address. If you’re backed up, tell me. Tell me something! Worst customer service!

The developer, LogMeIn, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Information

Seller
LogMeIn, Inc.

Size
110.5 MB

Category
Productivity

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Languages

English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish

Age Rating
4+

Copyright
Copyright © 2008-2021 by LogMeIn, Inc., All rights reserved.

Price
Free

In-App Purchases

  1. LastPass Premium$35.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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