Maybe it is a bug with this version but the app freezes EVERY, SINGLE, TIME Steps to reproduce: 1. quick search an account (Apple ID in my case) 2. copy password (re-enter master password prompt) 3. the password is not copied to clipboard, the app is now frozen and the menu that appears when clicking the icon in toolbar becomes grayed out (all of it) The only solution is to get my passwords via safari extension.
LastPass Password Manager ranking history and charts
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Available in countries
|Korea, Republic Of||free|
Available for devicesMacDesktop,
Versions and releases
Latest version LastPass Password Manager: 3.25.0
This is a maintenance release, which improves secure input handling to avoid keyloggers, and includes fixes for several smaller usability issues reported by our customers.
Apps Changes History:
- 1 month ago: New App Version 3.24.0 ☛ 3.25.0
- 3 months ago: New App Version 3.23.0 ☛ 3.24.0
- 4 months ago: New App Version 3.22.2 ☛ 3.23.0
- 5 months ago: New App Version 3.22.1 ☛ 3.22.2
- 5 months ago: New App Version 3.21.0 ☛ 3.22.1
- 5 months ago: New App Version 3.20.0 ☛ 3.21.0
- 6 months ago: New App Version 3.19.3 ☛ 3.20.0
- 8 months ago: New App Version 3.19.2 ☛ 3.19.3
- 9 months ago: New App Version 3.19.1 ☛ 3.19.2
- 9 months ago: New App Version 3.19.0 ☛ 3.19.1
App freezes after a search
A Splash Screen… in a security ap? Really?
In general, I hate splash screens. Pure Ego Ware. But when you put one into a security ap, I don’t understand why anyone wants to announce what they use to the rest of the world. I also hate aps that find a way to put themselves into startup without showing up in the User’s Startup Ap list. It makes If it supported that list, it would also support the ability to suppress the splash screen by using the “Start Hidden” feature of the GUI. Lastly, this app sits in duplication of the browser extension. If one has an internet connection that is not persistent, as in a laptop that is on the road, having access to secure notes outside of the browser is a good idea, as it is to store passwords for desktop applications. I wish for an application that could see when a desktop ap like Quicken was requesting a password, and it could fill that password field in. That is not what this ap does. It really sits in duplication of the extension, so given the silly splash screen, I see it as a good application that I do not need.
Lastpass used to be pretty decent, after being acquired by Log Me In, Not so much
Before being acquired by LogMeIn, Lastpass was a pretty decent application with proper support and applications that were secure and relatively reliable. With the LogMeIn merger they have become bogged down in app design instead of focusing on maintaining functionality. As websites have changed the login methods, from having user id and password on one screen to having the user id on one screen and the password submitted on a different screen, it can be setup in lastpass but requires some creative entry. To further complicate matters a number of websites have implimented some code in their sites which prevents lastpass from plugging in the user id and/or password. All lastpass would need to do is display a help window indicating the website has blocked the attempt to insert the password and to clck here to copy the password so the user can manually paste it in the field. Every time I have run into the website blocking the fill of information it’s because the website has blocked it. I’ve even had a website that would not allow me to paste a password in the password field. All of these are understood barriers, but instead of focusing on alternative ways to fill the password or work with the sites to come up with a way which would satisfy both providers they ignore it and work on the color and layout of their UI. To further errode the support this app is still in version 3 of last pass but all the plugins (OS X & win) and platforms are on version 4. This has caused the app to block my access to my secure notes or form fills, but only temporarily and only from the Mac App. The plugins and extensions still work fine, it’s just the lack of taking a user’s feedback as valid. Even when you try to point out that their website says one thing and they are instructing something else. They don’t get it and the wrong information still lays out on their site causing additional confusion and never getting resolved. I have had premium for 5 years but if they can’t get it together I’m going to explore alternatives.
Excellent password manager!
Been using the free version for a while and finally (and thankfully) purchased the subscription to use it everywhere. Works great between my devices and with two-factor enabled. Will definitely be renewing my subscription and recommending this to anyone looking for safe place to store sensitive information.
do not waste your time with this app
I used the free version of this app for a while but I stopped using it. I revisited it later on and decided to try the pay version so I paid my $12. After I paid, when I attempted to login, my pasword was not as I remembered it. I reached out to LastPass for help and they sent me a password reset email which did not work…I was eventually led to the scren which stated “LastPass account recovery failed. The LastPass browser plugin has not been installed. Please try account recovery again from a browser that has the LastPass plugin installed.” I was using the same computer and the same browser as when I installed the app. I reached out to LastPass and received an email that said they would get back to me; they never did. I trusted my passwords and my personal information to this company and they didn’t have the decency to even respond to my request yet they had no trouble taking my money. I lost $12 and an hour of my morning. DO NOT BUY THIS APP.
Worse than useless
This app doesn’t work when it’s working, and it doesn’t always work. First, it doesn’t work when it’s working: Even if the app were optimally functional, a lot of websites (banks, credit cards, shopping sites) doesn’t allow you to automatically fill in passwords. Second, the app does not always remember the passwords, especially when they’re updated. And don’t even think of letting the app change your passwords for you. That function NEVER works. Moreover, it makes every internet task more cumbersome because you are constantly having to tend to the app. Please don’t buy this app. It will ruin the day you spent trying to set it up, and it will ruin your day every time you try to use it.
Geo Fencing access and credit monitoring are great addito9ons to password management.