This, folks, qualifies as a Big Deal. LastPass (Premium) — one of our favorite apps for managing passwords — has updated its Android app and will now autofill passwords. It works for Chrome on Android 4.3 and up, and other apps starting with Android 4.1. It needs your help, though, as it crowdsources app associations with the update. [LastPass blog]

 
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M_i_k_e_B says:

Finally! This update is huge!

SirWill says:

This will finally have me paying for Lastpass! WOOT!

JasonF says:

This is overdue. I'm glad to be able to use Chrome now.

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ansextra says:

Love it! It's been working great!

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Grahaman27 says:

But doesn't chrome do that on its own?

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S4Rs says:

It should but way to often chrome doesn't fill in or do a proper job.

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bucketheadmn says:

Works great. Too bad it disabled 'OK Google' on google now...will try again if an update can fix that.

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eyesparky says:

Didn't for me. OK Google working fine on UK Nexus 5 with LastPass feature enabled.

URPREY says:

Sadly it disabled OK Google on both of my Nexus devices also.
[edit]An update this morning fixed the issue[/edit]

Telperion says:

Finally, I've been tethered to Dolphin for years now.

ncfanboy says:

I love Lastpass on my computer and now 12 dollars from me for auto fill on Android

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vicw926a4 says:

That's good news. I paid for the Premium coverage, only to discover that it wouldn't work with Chrome on Android. I have been using it on my PC, but pulled it from Android. We'll try again.

Best update ever especially for those that do clean install on apps and have to re- log in every time you update your rom

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plasmapuff says:

Does it work with Chrome Beta as well on Android?

M_i_k_e_B says:

Yup!

ncfanboy says:

They pushed out another update to resolve issues with hotword detection and now "ok google" works like a charm way to go Lastpass for the quick fix

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jenskristian says:

Huge news. Might get me to move back from Dashlane. I'm also keeping an eye on the 1Password beta for Android.

eyesparky says:

Saves a lot of hassle moving between apps to copy passwords etc. Really pleased with it so far.

FREEPAT75014 says:

Ha shit, the Androïd version is a short term trial ! What will happen after it expires and i don't renew it ? Will it loose all PW including those previously held by Chrome itself ???? I hate that type of false free apps !

jkayakj says:

It's a trial unless you pay 1$ a month.. The app just stops working post trial though. You lose nothing

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Pollster says:

LastPass is a service. If you don't pay, you still get to access it free on their website. You pay for the convenience of the app, not the service.

Duffin says:

Has anyone else been having trouble getting it to work? I tested this out on some apps last night on my Note 3 and while it does pop-up and recognizes that I have an account for the app, I tap the account and it either doesn't fill anything in or it fills the password into both the username and password boxes.

daves221 says:

The thing I don't like is that it's implemented as an accessibility service, which on the note 3 can't run while multitask runs or while other pen and gesture options are on, so it turns them all off. Inteesting thing is that the note 3 sees it as the talkback service eventhough it isn't. I'll try it again, but if it requires shutting of all my other input services, it is a no go unfortunately.
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Duffin says:

Which pen and gesture options are you talking about that it turns off? I still get the pop-up when I pull the pen out and multitask still works for me just fine.