We’ve Released Version 1.70 – Check Out What’s New!

By September 29, 2010 Product Updates 26 Comments

We’ve just released a new version (1.70.0), and we’re excited to announce the addition of several new features:

Secure Note Templates

 
LastPass Secure Notes has been radically improved to help you store and easily organize all of your confidential information. Templates for Bank Accounts, Credit Cards, Passports, Software Licenses, and many more have been added. Check out our latest screencast to see it in action:

Form Fill Support for More Languages (Beta)
 
We’ve added the ability to use our Form Fill feature with Spanish, Japanese, French, German, Italian and Portuguese. It’s still in beta which means we’re continuing to make it more robust, but we hope it will enhance the browsing experience for our users.
 

Camino Browser Support on Mac (Beta)
 
Although still in beta, Mac enthusiasts who use the Camino Browser can now have access to their vault! You can install it via the Safari link on our download page.

Extension for Dolphin Browser HD on Android
 
This one’s a bit of old news already, but Premium LastPass-ers can now use the extension on the Dolphin Browser on their Droid!
 

Internet Explorer 9 Support
 
If you have already upgraded to the latest version of IE, or are planning to upgrade soon, LastPass now fully supports Microsoft’s latest browser version.
 

Firefox 4 Support on All Platforms
 
If you’re a technophile and love running the latest and greatest beta builds, you’ll be happy to hear that LastPass now fully supports Firefox 4.
 

Track Sharee Changes (Beta)
 
Using LastPass to share sites and secure notes with friends, family, and coworkers just got easier. If you’re a Premium user, you can now use our new beta Share feature to track, view, and accept changes made by sharees.
 

YubiKey Dvorak Keyboard Support
 
Use your YubiKey with LastPass Premium without having to switch back and forth between QWERTY and Dvorak keyboard layouts.
 
Generate Secure Password on iPad
 
In our efforts to continue improving our tabbed browser on the iPad, we’ve added the Generate Secure Password feature! The latest update is still pending approval by Apple, but we’re hoping it will appear in the iTunes store within the next week or so.
 

Other Fixes, Improvements, and Features
 
We add dozens of fixes, improvements, and minor features on a daily basis. If you’ve emailed us in the recent past about an issue, be sure to upgrade as it’s very likely we’ve fixed it! You can also view further changes in our release notes.

26 Comments

  • Ron Polland says:

    How do I get the version prior to 1.70?

  • Joe Siegrist says:

    Yes, LastPass works with Chrome.

  • Anonymous says:

    Does Last Pass work with Chrome?

  • Liam N says:

    With the release of the [Google] Chrome Web Store it’d be nice of you released a web-app on there of the LastPass Vault desktop shortcut (not the one you access through Goggle Chrome -> LastPass Extension Menu -> LastPass Vault).

    The one linked to by the desktop has a much nicer UI than the extension one, which looks like a much simpler version, IMO!

    It would be very handy for people who want to quickly access their vault directly!

  • Anonymous says:

    Just wanted to say – Thanks for this AWESOME plugin. It’s effin’ BADASS, to say the least. Not only does it work across all major browsers, it’s SECURE and EXTREMELY EASY to use. I’m sure I’ve spent hundreds of hours in typing and logging into hundreds of websites over the last 8+ years (before I used lastpass). This software is invaluable; the price tag doesn’t give it justice.

  • Anonymous says:

    Love the software, and am happy to see the improvement of the Secure Notes feature, so thank you.

    However…

    The music on the video is not good. Too loud over the voice, annoyingly repetitive. There’s one point at which it gets way louder for a second and it startled me a bit.

    I became so annoyed that I did not finish watching the video.

    It reminded me of those extra long commercials for some drug or another – just horrid.

    The annoyance of the music FAR outweighed any kind of professional video effect you were going for.