Now Use LastPass on Chrome for iOS

Good news, LastPass-ers: All of you Chrome aficionados can finally use LastPass with your favorite browser on iOS 8. The LastPass extension is now available on Chrome for iPhone and iPad!

Yesterday, Google updated their app with extension support. Following the same model as Safari, you’ll now be able to use the LastPass extension in Chrome to securely fill your passwords, on any web page, without leaving the browser.

New to LastPass for iOS? Download it today from the app store and get started with a free two-week trial.

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Enable LastPass in Chrome for iOS

Turning on the LastPass extension in Chrome is similar to the steps to enable the Safari extension on iOS 8. Once you’re logged in to the LastPass app, launch the Chrome browser and tap the three-dot menu in the upper right corner.

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Tap the Share icon to open the extensions menu, and tap the lower “More” button. In the Activities list, toggle LastPass, and the extension will appear in the Share list options.

Autofill a Login in Chrome for iOS

When you’re browsing in Chrome and need to login to a password-protected website, just tap the Share icon in the Chrome menu, and tap the LastPass extension button.

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Choose the account you want to login with – and LastPass does the hard work for you! No typing, no hassle, just easy password management.

A Smarter Mobile Experience

We want to help you work smarter, not harder. With the LastPass app for iOS, we’re bringing improvements that make it easier to fill your data, in a way that works with the apps and browsers you love.

The LastPass app for iOS is part of the LastPass Premium service. For $12 per year, enjoy the peace of mind of unlimited mobile sync on any smartphone or tablet, plus other features to help you boost your productivity and security.

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  • Brenda says:

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  • Freddy says:

    Great, but how can I get LastPass to remember me during a session? Currently I have to enter the master password for each site, which is very tedious. If someone could tell me how to make it work like LastPass on other platforms, I would be most grateful.

    • Amber Gott says:

      Hi Freddy: Currently, there’s no “do not reprompt” option in the extension, though we have plans to add this. That means that if you have master password reprompt set up for each site, it will currently require that you re-type the master password. You can turn off master password reprompt if you would prefer not to at this time. Thanks for the feedback!

  • Nick S says:

    Do I seriously need to enter my password for each site to get this to work?
    I just paid for a premium subscription today after reading this and it seems like a waste now that the app doesn’t work like it does on the computer or Mercury web browser for iPhone.

    • Amber Gott says:

      Currently there’s no “do not reprompt” option on the extension though we plan to add this in a future release. You may consider turning off master password reprompt if you prefer not to re-enter it on the mobile app (you can adjust this on a desktop, via the LastPass browser extension > My LastPass Vault > Account Settings > Advanced Settings. Thanks for the feedback and please let us know if we can help further (

  • Just noticed lastpass working in Chrome iOS – super excited. We use LastPass EXCLUSIVELY to accept passwords from our clients to our virtual assistant team. It’s such a huge sigh of relief to not know passwords of people, that way when managing a remote team you don’t need to worry about turn-over and other variables related to security. Who do I reach out to at LastPass about doing a blog, I’d love to share the awesomeness and how to use it as a secure way to share passwords with a virtual team!

    J Hunter