LastPass for Premium Customers
*** For LastPass Premium customers ONLY ***
LastPass Premium is a service with other benefits beyond this application.
LastPass is the last password you'll ever have to remember. Once setup you'll have your login and password data on your PC and your iPhone/iPad seamlessly synced via a Host Proof Hosting method which does not allow LastPass (or anyone else) access to your sensitive data.
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iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Productivity, Utilities
Updated: July 18, 2012
Publisher: Joseph Siegrist
Version 3.0.4 [10.413359 MB]
The one-password solution by Lillian2611
At some point in your app life, you’re probably going to want to make a commitment to a password manager. If you do a little research you’ll find there are three or four well-loved services out there; deciding on one of them may be tough. The case I would make for LastPass is this: it’s the only one I’ve tried yet I’ve never even been curious about any of the others. I couldn’t function on the Web – safely – anymore if it weren’t for LastPass. I have so many identities and passwords I couldn’t possibly keep up. In the past I used to just create the same username and password for every site I joined; the Twitter hacking incident exposed on TechCrunch made me change that once and for all. Now, I don’t even know what most of my passwords are. That’s because I have one password now and it’s the one for LastPass. I use LastPass to generate secure and impossible-to-remember passwords almost every day. I rely on LastPass to store those passwords and even to automatically log me in whenever I need access to a site or service. I’ve even used LastPass for secure sites at work. Since the iPhone also gives me access to so many of those services – Twitter, Facebook, email, Appolicious, WordPress, my banking sites, just to name a half-dozen – I couldn’t function on the Web without LastPass Premium. The app itself is free but is useless without a $12 annual subscription to the premium service. It is absolutely worth every penny, however. Besides being able to use LastPass Premium to generate passwords or copy/paste a password to another app, I can set up an auto-login bookmarklet that enables me to access a site via iPhone’s Safari. LastPass is deliberately unhelpful with instructions how to access that last option, but it is possible and not difficult once you understand what to do. I can’t speak for any other password-keeper service available. I’ve always had everything I needed with LastPass Premium and that’s the best recommendation I can give it.