Updated LastPass Android app autofills logins in apps and websites on Chrome

LastPassLastPass has announced that it has released an updated version of its Android application in Google Play, which brings support for password autofills for apps and for websites on Chrome for Android.

The new feature is however only available for apps on devices running Android 4.1 and later, and for Chrome on devices running Android 4.3 and later. It also needs LastPass premium subscription.

“When you launch a mobile app, LastPass can now detect that a username and password field are shown, and hover with a prompt for you to select a matching login. The new functionality eliminates more typing and tapping, making the mobile experience that much more fluid,” LastPass noted in a blog post.

Full change-log

  • Fill into apps (Android 4.1+) and Chrome (Android 4.3+).
  • App associations automatically downloaded, to help match apps to vault entries.
  • Updated: Input method now uses app associations to improve matching with vault entries.
  • Updated: You can now use a PIN up to 12 digits long.
  • Fixed: Closed tabs getting reopened in browser.
  • Fixed: Stability and usability improvements.

Here is a quick recap of LastPass for Android features

  • Built-in browser that will automatically fill your login information for each of your saved LastPass sites.
  • Automatically fill forms on all sites.
  • Secure Password Generator.
  • Add, update, and delete Sites, Secure Notes and Form Fills.
  • Add images and audio recordings to Secure Notes as attachments.
  • Perform a complete security check on your vault.

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