Too lazy to enter your username and password on apps? There’s an app for that too. LastPass, which is a form and password autofill service available for both browsers and Android has picked an update on the Play Store. The update enables the app to autofill logins for your mobile apps, as well as websites in Chrome for Android. The app is supported on devices running Android 4.1 and above and requires an annual subscription fee of $12.
Upon launching an app, LastPass detects when a username and password field are shown, and allows you to select a matching login. Upon entering the credentials manually, the app saves them for future association with the app. Just in case you need to know, here’s the changelog for version 3.0:
– Completely redesigned UI
– Optimized phone and tablet support
– Improved browser with tabs, downloading, basic auth support
– Field icons make it easier to fill inside the browser
– Improved session handling keeps you logged in (you can change this in preferences)
The app can be picked from Play Store here. It offers a 2 week free trial after which, you need to go premium.