LastPass Now Auto-Fills Login Info For Your Android Apps


The most recent LastPass app for Android adds an incredible new feature: now, it can autofill your login and password information for you, both in Chrome and in other Android apps.

Previously, the LastPass app only allowed you to view your passwords or use them inside the LastPass browser, but now it works more like it does on the desktop. When you launch an app or open a web site in Chrome, it will check if you have an account and autofill your information for you. If it doesn’t detect the app properly, you can help it associate the correct account with the app to help make the app better for others.

These features work on Android 4.3 and above, though 4.1 and 4.2 users can get the option to copy their password, which at least makes things a little faster than before.

Just install or update the Android app, then enable the feature when prompted. Check out the video above from LastPass to see it in action. You can trial the app for two weeks, after which it will require a LastPass Premium subscription as it always has (which is only $US12 per year — well worth it for what you get).

LastPass [Google Play Store via LastPass Blog]


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