Passwords can be tricky to remember, we have to create so many of them, be sure that none are too simple, that they have capital letters in them, add in a number and sometimes even a symbol, so getting it right, right away can be hard.
That’s where password managers like LastPass come in, allowing you to store all of your passwords in one place and bring them up when you need them.
Previously Lastpass was free on all devices, and required you to subscribe to a service in order to get these password to sync across your devices, which led to some confusion, and frankly an annoying service.
Thankfully, LastPass has ditched that subscription model today, allowing anyone to get all of these syncing features for free, on all of their devices.
Any user who already has a free LastPass account will be moved to this plan automatically, but there will still be a LastPass Premium subscription, which will provide 1GB of encrypted file storage, compatibility with YubiKey as a two-factor login, support for desktop fingerprint identification, and other two-factor login integrations.
To support this new free model, LastPass will be keeping this subscription.
You can read more about the reduction at the source link below.