LastPass finally launches as dedicated Mac app


Password manager LastPass has finally launched a dedicated Mac app that will allow users to find and store their passwords.

Previously available as a web portal and browser extension, the new Mac app gives you the same features natively, along with a Quick Look feature that allows you to instantly search for passwords and other login information, as well as the ability to scavenge through secure notes.

The new app also features Security Check, which gives you information and a percent on the strength of your passwords, and an offline mode to access your passwords when you don’t have an internet connection.

LastPass’ goal is that you only remember one password – your LastPass master password. LastPass allows you to save all your usernames and passwords to its apps, and it will autologin to your sites and sync your passwords everywhere you need them.

The new LastPass for Mac app is rolling out for free on the Mac App Store (we’ll post a link when we get it). If you want to download LastPass for iOS, it’s available for free from the App Store. A yearly subscription of $12 will remove ads and add two-factor authentication for added security.

Source: LastPass via MacRumors