LastPass, the popular password manager since 2008 is the favorite password manager for most of the desktop and mobile users. Personally, I’m a fan of “LastPass” to remember all of my complicated passwords.
The Good news is LastPass Multi-Device Sync now became free. You no need to pay any additional amount to sync your saved passwords across desktop and mobile devices.
Personally, I impressed with the options available with LastPass password manager, and in May 2012, I paid USD 12 for LastPass Premium subscription to get the Multi-device sync facility. You can check the details in the above screenshot.
You never get such a powerful password manager even though there are plenty of passwords managers available on the internet.
People use their names, spouse name, family member names, and other personal details as the passwords while registering with various apps and websites. They feel it hard to remember complex passwords. In this context, LastPass helps us to create strong passwords by mixing up letters, numbers, and special characters.
The app stores all the created and saved passwords on the cloud and auto-fills the saved passwords while logging in to various websites. So even though you are using strong passwords, you no need to remember them, and you can log in to websites without entering the passwords manually.
With the LastPass multi-device sync, all the passwords saved on the desktop will be available on the Android application also. So try the service.