LastPass Password Mgr Premium*
Installs: 100,000 - 500,000
September 4, 2012
Android 1.5 and up
Mobile version of the award-winning LastPass password manager. Fast, easy and simple; securely syncs your passwords across all your browsers and devices.
- Built-in browser that will automatically fill your login information for each of your saved LastPass sites.
- Automatically fill forms on all sites.
- Secure Password Generator.
- Add, update, and delete Secure Notes and Sites.
- Add images and audio recordings to Secure Notes as attachments. This requires us to request camera and audio permissions.
* 14-day free trial, requires $1/month LastPass Premium subscription afterwards.
Note: Due to the way Android implements input methods, if you would like to use LastPass for Android's input method to fill into apps, you must not move the app to the SD card. It will be disabled upon each reboot if you do so.
ReviewsS. D. - November 6, 2012
I'm really loving LastPass after several weeks of use. My only complaint is that I'd like to have the "don't prompt again for..." option available on the initial login screen so I dont have to immediately re-enter my password to access a site that has reprompt enabled.Qays - September 13, 2012
Great password manager and the mobile app works in most cases. Annoyingly, sometimes the app closes while the notification persists, becoming stuck and useless.Matt - September 26, 2012
Lastpass is great on my desktop linux box. However, are my android has some bugs that are very annoying. The main problem is that I can't figure out how to stay logged into my account. Therefore I have to log back in, and since I have 2 factor authentication using a yubikey, it becomes very tedious.Joshua - November 1, 2012
Stores passwords securely and can use two factor auth. @Matt The point of two factor auth is security. If you were to stay logged in then security goes out the window. The app is doing what it should.Jeffrey - September 10, 2012
Great way to stay secure if set up the right way. Do not save email or password in login of app to maintain true security. You may even want to try their security challenge and get tips on securing your information even better. Would be nice to see some integration with Google Chrome Mobile.Helen - September 9, 2012
Too hard to deal with... I would love it if chrome had native extensions on Android.Angelo - September 10, 2012
Lot of bugs.
Since still have a lot of bugs it is a shame that we have to pay for it! I will be happy to pay for a stable app. The funny thing is that (if u read most comment U will agree) the desktop app is quite ok and it is Free. The android app is like a Alpha version but we have to pay for it!Steve - October 17, 2012
Use it but...
Why is the PC version free but the smartphone version $1 per year? I can always log into the web version on my phone's browser and get my passwords that way. Make it a flat, one time fee ($5?) and I will get it.Tomasz - November 2, 2012
Misleading information. NOT FREE.
The stated price is: FREE. I installed LastPass on my Android and got an email from email@example.com: "Thanks for starting your free 14 day trial for LastPass for Android!". If this program was for a few bucks and it was clearly stated, I'd certainly buy it as I did with many programs. But I strongly dislike the deceiving tactics used by LastPass so I am going to uninstall it right now.Austin - October 5, 2012
Browser sucks. Works better on a pc
This is a good password manager but the way that you use it is through their own web browser and that sucks. I would recommend this system company's product for an PC but the Android app on phone is frustrating.
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