LastPass: Password Manager and Secure Vault

Developer: LogMeIn, Inc.

Current Version: 3.19.3

Last Updated: 2 months ago

Download Size: 5.6 MB - Download


LastPass keeps all your passwords organized in one safe place. Secure your passwords or generate new, strong passwords. With LastPass, you only remember one password - your LastPass master password. Keep your passwords secret, and use LastPass to automatically fill out your logins, wherever you go.

Download our free app today and join millions managing passwords with LastPass – you’ll wonder how you lived without it!

Download LastPass now and get the protection you need completely for free. You can use LastPass across all your devices, including phones, tablets, and personal computers, for free.


- Store all your usernames and passwords for all of your online accounts behind your LastPass master password
- Sync all of your passwords and logins across all your devices
- Quickly search for logins from your vault

- Store memberships, IDs, software keys, & other sensitive data
- Favorite notes for quick access
- Add secure photos and custom audio to your notes

- AES-256 bit encryption keeps your passwords and notes safe
- LastPass never has your encryption key – only you know your password
- Get emailed when other sites and services have been hacked
- Multifactor authentication: LastPass uses multiple methods of authentication to verify your identity
- Offline access to your vault

- Organize sites by folders in your vault
- Conveniently share passwords with others
- Log in to Safari and Chrome extensions online

- Plan ahead and give trusted family or friends a way to access your vault in case of an emergency.
- Add security and require a waiting period during which you can decline an Emergency Access request to your vault.
- Once access is granted, your vault syncs as a folder to their vault.

- Create secure passwords using the built-in password generator
- Set custom password length, and integrate capital or lowercase letters, symbols and numbers
- Set passwords to be pronounceable

- Share a folder of logins & notes with others, with a Shared Family Folder
- Premium multifactor authentication options for more security, such as YubiKey
- 1GB encrypted file storage
- Priority tech support
- And more

Business owners can download LastPass Enterprise to secure their business and share passwords safely among employees.

- Add and remove employee accounts from the Admin Console
- Sharing and storage of passwords among team members is simple & secure
- Configure security policies to restrict access and set requirements
- Active Directory integration for automated user provisioning
- Learn more at

With LastPass, keeping your password safe is simple. Simply lock all of your passwords away in your vault, and use your LastPass password to sign in to all your accounts. Use LastPass for document storage, password protection or workplace security. Our password locker can handle it all.

Download LastPass today!


Release Notes:

We’ve been working hard on improving the LastPass app for macOS! This release fixes a small UI issue during login.

Keep the feedback coming, and let us know what you think!


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 3.12
Review by SeanNerd

Great app. I don't understand the negative reviews - You certainly can edit and see your passwords from this app. You can copy your passwords effortlessly. It allows me to have complex passwords for my applications that run on my mac (not just web passwords - like Think Or Swim trading platform). You can set it to remember your master password for your laptop which is fine for me as my laptop is in a secure location - so logging in is painless. Synching works, Launching works. Editing works. What else can you ask for?

Found helpful by 23 out of 26 people
Version 3.12
Review by packae

LastPass is amazing. This app, not so much. - The Mac app is terrible. Lags behind. When I try to read a note I just saved, it frequently refuses to display the note. It logs me out unexpectedly and tends to log me out of the browser extension too every time it fails. I’ve had it ramp up to 70% CPU use for no apparent reason. More often than not, the Mac app thinks my entire vault is empty when I log in and won’t let me do anything unti I “add some sites.” (I’ve been using the browser extensions and iOS app for three years. I have plenty of sites.) And the security check function has nothing to work on, since the rest of the app doesn’t realize it has data. Quit / restart / quit / restart ad nauseum. Then, all of the sudden, the gods smile on me and let me open my entire password vault—right from the app. But then the lagging responses start in again. For all the amazing work that has gone in to the iOS app and browser extensions, I know they’ll figure it out. Just not today.

Found helpful by 21 out of 23 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.19.3
Review by Rob Neu

App has issues and bad support - I’m a paying customer, reached out to support months ago, and still haven’t gotten a resolution to an issue with the app’s behavior. Pretty disappointed. As soon as I find a better alternative, I’m done.

Found helpful by 5 out of 6 people
Version 3.19.3
Review by bradhs

Every release gets a better... - UPDATE: This version causes Safari to lock up and my Mac to go nuts sometimes. It happens after you type in your password, CPU will hit 100% for a while, everythig comes to a screaching hault for about a minute. PREVIOUS: It’s getting there, every release gets a little better. There needs to be more thought put into the process, placement, default selections, screen size, etc. Seems like a lot of wasted real estate on my screen just by opening the app. Also, you can eaily lose information you are trying to save. Let’s say you create a new site, fill in all the information then walk away from the comptuer for a sec or active your screen saver without hitting Save. When you come back the app has logged you out and discarded everything you did. More thought needs to be put into workflow, what are the most common things people are doing with your app, make those more productive/efficient. Clean up the UI, it takes up too much real estate right now and I doesn't size well. If you do size it real small and click on a site you cannot see the details because the window get out of whack. The reason I stay with LastPass is because of the Enterprise support. 1Password has an excellent UI, and is getting better at Enterprise, might be worth a trial of both if you are enterprise.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
Version 3.19.3
Review by Jim's iPhone 7

Double Login on Mac - Can’t understand if I log in on my Mac using the one in my launch, my Safari add-in requires a log-in also, then once logged in, it dies back into the launch bar. The two should be synced such that I shouldn’t have to log in twice! Why doesn’t it stay open? Shoot, I woldn’t have logged in if I didn’t plan on using it. And why can’t it remember those I use the most? It should have “automatic” favorites based on usage.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
Version 3.19.3
Review by James Rising

I Hate Last Pass— Here’s Why - Installed the program on Mac iOS — no problem. Decided to play it safe by ONLY creating a LastPass account (an initial requirement) with an email address and a very complicated master password. I did not have the time to actually deposit apps via my newly created account with master password and went back to it the next day. (I had written down the actual Master Password and intended to burn it once I’d loaded some p/w requiring apps into it). Try as I might, I could NOT access the account to start dumping p/w requiring apps into it. Try LassPass’s password recover programs. Nixed out all three times. I hate this program at least for Mac iOS and Chrome of which — yes — I have the newest editions. Good bye Last Pass. Buy a competitor’s product instead at least for Mac iOS/Chrome.

Found helpful by 3 out of 24 people
Version 3.19.3
Review by chase.turner

WARNING : Two significant flaws makes this too risky - The following is directed to the LastPass Product Manager. The LastPass macOS native client design suffers two significant flaws. First, making edits and then clicking “Save” de-selects the entry and thus, to confirm your changes stuck requires you to find the item again in the list of LastPass entries wherein you select it and re-confirm the changes made to entry values took hold. The second flaw is that when there is an “unhappy path” due to a network outage or other unforeseen event, LastPass macOS native app drops the changes entirely AND NEVER WARNS YOU IT HAD FAILED TO SAVE THE EDITS YOU MADE! LastPass GUI should not loose focus of the item after an edit, and the GUI should give ample warning that something is operationally wrong and disable edits until the problem clears. Or, LastPass ought to have a roll-forward local log so there is never, EVER a loss of an edit if the application faces a unhappy operational situation. For the record, I also use and I have never, EVER lost crucial information. But I have with LastPass macOS native application!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people