LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Password Manager

By LogMeIn, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-01-20
  • Current Version: 4.3.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 10.62 MB
  • Developer: LogMeIn, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.12 or later.
Score: 3
From 700 Ratings


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




    By PopPopUser
    I got used to LastPass on Windows, even with it's inability to generate passwords acceptable to most sites. In Apple Mac, it's only useful as a depository for passwords and notes. It won't auto fill any site. Safari Extension didn't help. RECOMMEND NOT BUYING IT! I plan to drop it unless I see great improvement soon.
  • Piece of junk so far ...

    By ragerber
    I was excited about the possibility of using LastPass for password management across devices, but my experience in the first hour is horrilble and I'll be looking for something else. First, I set a master password which I wrote down, set a hint, and typed twice (so I'm 100% sure it was correct). But then it wouldn't let me log back in using it, although fingerprint auth allowed me to continue on my phone. I then installed on my browser on my laptop and again it wouldn't take the password. After trying numerous methods to reset, all of which led to error messages, I managed to reset the account by wiping it (which had nothing anyway) and set the password back to the original, which then worked. I then tried to enable backup, which said I needed to enable MFA. That's fine, because I wanted to use LastPass authenticator as an alternative to Google Authenticator. It took a while to figure out how to generate the keys (documentation did not match what I saw on the phone) but I did manage to find it on the desktop version. But when I scanned the code with LastPass auth, it gave me an error (code: -1, unknown error) and then also popped up an error message on my browser. I then tried generating a code for Google Auth, scanned it, and it worked! So I now seem to have a semi-working installation, but I have no conficence that it will continue to work and not lock me out of everything or produce some other problem.
  • Works great, particularly with ios now!

    By wcstaney
    Huge improvement in the way Lastpass works with ios apps. continues to work great with Mac and particularly Chrome browser
  • THE solution for 10yrs now.

    By staledata
    Professional software dev here. I picked up LastPass roughly a decade ago and have spent the years since looking for any excuse at all to try switching to another tool... I still haven't come across one, it's really THE solution, I recommend it to everyone. In hundreds (thousandss?) of hours of security reading and podcast listening over these years, my selection of LastPass is just reaffirmed over & over.
  • pretty good tool

    By SpecelEd
    I use this on a MAC across all 3 browsers. I use the free version. Works fine 95% of the time. No complaints worth mentioning
  • Absolute Junk

    By Davinger
    Save your time and your frustration. This is a piece of junk. Better off using a piece of paper to save your passwords. So frustrating!!!
  • The Would-Be User Says LastPass Doesn't Work--What?

    By StAugustine615
    I have used LastPass for years without fail. LastPass is on all devices and my wife's devices. Even her less-technical ways have learned to use LastPass. We both love the protection it offers. I don't understand one who says that LastPass doesn't work. :-)
  • Very effective password manager

    By MCB-080
    I'm very much enjoying the added security I get from using Lastpass to manage my very complex passwords. It work seamlessly across MacOS, Win10 and Android platforms.
  • Works well on desktop and mobile, some weird quirks

    By brazilianmonkey08
    Desktop app is pretty straightforward. Should have a dedicated offline mode for when *ahem* their servers are having issues, such as has happened three times in Nov 2018. If you also have the browser extensions installed then logging into the desktop app will authenticate the browser extensions as well. However, sometimes you have to login twice as the first time the desktop app synchs up with the extensions and often they all log out together and then the NEXT login will work properly.
  • Five stars for the browser add-ons & the iOS & Android apps

    By Caribbean Jim
    The newer app for macOS Sierra and above is about the same as the iOS app, but for some reason it does not synchronize too well. I have been a LastPass premium subscriber for over a decade. I can edit a website's credentials on any browser on any device (PC, Mac, iPhones, Android) and see the changes on all, ALL, other devices, within seconds. Not so with this standalone Mac app. After 10 minutes it still had not caught up to a change I made on Opera on a MacMini running Mojave. And vice versa, changes made on the stand-alone app took forevert to appear on the browser add-ons. So, I have to give the stand-alone app only three stars. LastPass itself gets five (5) stars from me. It works across all my Android, iOS, macOS (El Capitan & Mojave) and Windows 7 and Windows 10 devices, running Chrome, Opera, Safari, Edge, & MSIE. That's why I like it. Good for its notes and memos also. Never been hacked.