After having used this application for well over a year I not only think this is a great application, I know now it is a necessary application. I have been using the premium version for several months now and it all but eliminates the grief and frustration of handling my passwords. When making purchases online to insure the best security you can, in my opinion you must have LastPass and Paypal.To give an example, I was browsing on my cell phone and saw a bargain I just had to have. Instead of taking a couple of minutes and setting up an account for the site with my Last Pass app and since the site did not accept Paypal , I decided to do it myself. Much to my regret because a few weeks later when I was reviewing the credit card account I used I found bogus charges from this site in the amount of over $180. This is the only time in all the months I have been using LastPass and Paypal that I made a purchase on a site that I did not use LastPass to access and Paypal to pay. I have been using computers for business and home for 23 years so I am not new to this or easily impressed. LastPass is far more than just a password handler and I admit I have not taken the time to utilize all the features. The site and password handling organization and security features of the application are well worth the price of the premium version alone, but there is much more. There are 5 security and maintenance applications I consider absolutely necessary on my computer and LastPass is right there at the top of the list. If you try it out you will wonder why you didn't do it sooner. I know I am sounding like a LastPass sales rep. but I am just a very satisfied customer.
LastPass works great across multiple platforms, I use it on my phone and two computers. It's easy to login to, and if you have a secure master password, you can essentially access all your passwords from anywhere and any computer. Very handy. I haven't had any troubles with it. It's user interface could be more friendly but besides that the app and chrome extension work great.
Free yourself from having to remember the dozens of passwords needed for all your logins, that are most of the time hard to remember and tricky to type in, if not being insecure and easy to guess by a sophisticated attacker. I gladly paid for use of the mobile app, which is a great companion to the desktop browser. It even works with the thumbprint reader on my phone, so I don't have to type in my master password every time. It's well worth the cost, and the cost is honestly a drop in the bucket. Love this service - now if I could just get the rest of my family to use it instead of using the dog's name for all their passwords!
It's a fantastic service, I just wish they had warned me before they decided to switch to a free service just after I purchased another yearly subscription. They made it clear that no refunds would be issued and we should be grateful for the couple of extra features we got going even if they are useless if they are transient, and definitely not worth the exorbitant price we paid. Despite this, I do like the service overall and have never felt safer, even from myself. I make my master password too difficult for me to get in, but luckily I can use fingerprints on my phone. No one can hack me because of passwords, at least.
I wish would recognize the login pages in browser the same way it works, perfectly, on desktop. Instead, the LastPass fill helper notification, when tap to show matching logins, always says 'please scroll the browser window...' and thus fails to detect website. I assume it's easily tricked by mobile url, even though domain stays the same? If so, what's the use of this app, unless you maybe only ever use mobile browsing?
It's good, but it certainly has some issues.. Logging in "offline", unable to automatically save login info using the Android App, among others, but it's the best one of its kind I've found, so I continue to pay for & use it. Above all else, LastPass is far better than trying to remember 100 passwords, or even worse, me using the same PW for all PW protected sites. (Why do some people still do that in this day & age? It's simply ULTRA stupid..!!) [ For all my "Brothers & Sisters" out there; this app doesn't require me to have 'a mark in my forehead or in my right hand to buy or sell'.. at least not yet..., So yeah; that's definitely a huge bonus!!]
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