Cross-Platform Password Manager ‘LastPass’ Is Now Available For Free

Ali Salman
Posted Nov 3, 2016
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LastPass announced in August that it will enable users to manage their passwords for free across platforms. Starting today, you can make use of the password manager on any device and anywhere. All of your data saved and will be synced so it will be updated automatically on all of your devices. Let’s see some more details on the cross-platform password manager.

Cross-Platform LastPass Password Manager Is Avaialble To Download For iOS, Mac And Windows

The password manager is now free to use across different devices for individuals. So if you haven’t installed the app just yet, now might be a good time to do so. However, there is a premium account for subscriber with a monthly fee of $1. So what are the features that paying subscribers will enjoy over standard?

This premium account will allow users to use the app without any ads. Moreover, they will also get additional features like access to sharing passwords with up to five family members. Premium subscribers can also enable two-factor authentication through Yubikey. This will allow for a more secure solution to manage your passwords on LastPass. Premium account for the password manager also gives you access to 1GB of file storage. This is pretty handy for users as there are important files that needs to be kept in a secure location.

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“By offering LastPass for free across all your devices, we’re making it that much easier for everyone to make good password habits the norm. Because when you have a password manager that goes everywhere you do, you have a strong foundation for securing and taking control of your identity.”

Nonetheless, since LastPass has gone free for cross-platform devices, it is definitely worth considering the password manager. Comparing LastPass with 1Password and Dashlane, the service is extremely cheap as the latter two are priced at an annual fee of $36 and $40, respectively for cross-platform password syncing.

 

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If you’re not used to using a password manager, now might be a good time since the password manager has gone free for cross-platform usage. Moreover, the addition of two-factor authentication is a key aspect to consider when it comes to securing your passwords. We have seen a lot of password managers, each with its own set of unique features to choose from. LastPass’ cross-platform availability for free is a key aspect to consider using the password manager.

LastPass is available for iOS and macOS through the links provided below. If you want to download it for Windows and extensions for different browsers like Safari, Chrome and more, head to the company’s website. As for now, what are your thoughts on a cross-platform syncing of the password manager? Do you use password managers at all? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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