LastPass One of 10 Must-Have iPhone Apps

LastPass received top honors today when PCMag declared our iPhone app a “must-have”. Featured alongside giants like Mint and Evernote, the article highlighted the productivity and security advantages for using LastPass on your iPhone, not to mention the convenience of syncing across all of your other devices so you’ll always have access to your most up-to-date data. To top it off, the article re-iterated that as an overall service, LastPass Premium “scored a rare five out of five stars in PCMag’s review and easily earned our Editors’ Choice.”

If you’re interested in LastPass for iPhone, our app can be found in the iTunes store and is currently part of our Premium upgrade, which gives unlimited access to additional features for $12 per year.

We’re proud of the recognition, and want to take the opportunity to say “thanks” to our awesome users for their ongoing use of LastPass. We continue to strive to provide a top-notch service that gives you convenient access to your data where you need it, when you need it. We have more great changes in store for our iPhone app as we continue to add improvements and updates.

The LastPass Team


  • Deb says:

    Last Pass for iPhone? Do all of my apps become null and avoid if I use LP. Another words to use the LP security features, I use Facebook, Amazon etc. ONLY through my Last Pass App browser? Nothing ever directly through their own apps anymore? Seems majorly awkward. Thoughts?

    • Amber Gott says:

      Hi Deb: Thanks for reaching out. Your other apps are not null and void, you would simply use LastPass to help you login to your other apps. You would be able to copy-paste the usernames and passwords if you ever need to login to your other apps, or you can use the LastPass browser to login to any websites if you don’t want to install those apps. Hopefully that clarifies, please let us know if we can be of further help:

  • Anonymous says:

    Lastpass works very well for me and solves most of the problems that I need to have solved. $12/year isn’t too much for me to pay for this service, when it ensures that the service will continue in the future. The main improvement that I’d like to see is integration with Safari on the iPhone, but I understand that Apple might not allow this. I also see that Symantec has released something similar, but I do my best to avoid dealing with Symantec after they screwed me out of a couple of rebates. So I’ll stick with LastPass as long as I continue to get the sense that my data is secure.