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The popular password manager LastPass will be discontinuing its native Mac app, the company announced today. Support for the dedicated LastPass app for Mac will be dropped, with users being migrated to a new “Mac app” that is essentially a web app in a wrapper. The new app is on the right in the above image.
The Verge reports that LastPass has sent emails to users of the old Mac app informing them of the switch. The company cites changes made by Apple in Safari, and says the switchover is happening to “provide the best experience for our customers.”
According to the email, LastPass is making the change to “provide the best experience for our customers,” citing changes made by Apple in Safari 12 in 2018, which were designed to push developers toward offering browser extensions through native Mac App Store apps instead of the soon to be deprecated Safari Extension Gallery. While other apps, like 1Password, updated to implement the new system with their native apps, LastPass has decided to just remove support for the old native app entirely.
To replace the dedicated LastPass app for macOS, the company is releasing a new client for the Mac that’s based on a web app. It supports Safari’s new extensions system, unlike the previous version of the app. This means it works more like LastPass applications on other platforms, with the company saying that it’s “built with technologies shared with our other LastPass apps.” On the other hand, this means that it feels out of place on macOS, and it lacks support for system-wide hot keys.
If you so desire, you can continue to use the native LastPass app for Mac, but don’t expect any support or security updates after February 29th. Read our password manager comparison for all of the details.
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The LastPass App for Mac allows you to view, edit, and manage your Vault directly from your desktop from a stand alone application, while still giving you a streamlined access to launching your sites into your default browser for an automatic login.
Install and Launch
Find LastPass in the App Store and click GET to install the app.
Open LastPass by clicking on the LastPass App icon.
Once opened, the LastPass Menu Bar icon will appear in the Menu Bar.
Click the LastPass icon to launch the app and login.
Once logged in, the Menu Bar icon will turn from gray to black.
The LastPass App Vault
The LastPass App Vault stores all of your Sites, Secure Notes, and Form Fills. When an item in the Vault is selected, the Details pane will appear on the right.
- Toggle between viewing Sites, Secure Notes, FormFills, or Favorites from the left menu.
- Add a new Site, Secure Note, or FormFill by clicking ‘+ADD’ at the top.
- Click the Star icon to mark an entry as a Favorite.
- Click the Launch icon to launch the site in the default browser. (Icons will reflect your default browser)
- Click the Copy icon to copy the item to the clipboard to paste it later. When an item is copied to the clipboard, the Menu Bar icon will turn red.
- Select Security Challenge to start the Security Challenge.
Generate New Password
In the Details pane, you can generate a new password by clicking Generate New Password. Note that you will still have to change the password on the website.
Quickly access everything you need for the LastPass app from the Menu Bar icon.
Quick Search & Hotkeys
Make your LastPass for Mac experience faster by using Quick Search and hotkeys. The Vault and Quick Search can be opened by clicking on the Menu Bar icon, or you can use the following hotkeys (these can be changed in Preferences):
- SHIFT+COMMAND+L (⇧⌘L) – Open Quick Search
- Enable in Preferences – Open the Vault
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With Quick Search, you can quickly search for any item in the Vault.
Start typing in the search field and Quick Search will start filtering your logins.
Office 2011 mac os catalina. Like the Vault, clicking on the Launch button will launch the site in the default browser and clicking on the Copy button will copy the password. Pressing the Enter key will also launch the site into the browser. Using CMD+C will copy the password.
Open Preferences by clicking on the LastPass Menu Bar icon and selecting Preferences. In Preferences, accordion-item your security preferences to control when the LastPass for Mac app logs out and in. Change your hotkey preferences to new keys if desired.
Touch ID Bar
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To unlock the LastPass app with your fingerprint via the Touch Bar, follow the steps below:
- Setup Touch ID for your Mac if you have not already
- Enable “Use Touch ID” in Preferences (as pictured above).
- When unlocking the app or accessing protected sites, you will be prompted for Touch ID
- On the touch bar, tap your fingerprint as indicated by the touch bar notification
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Logout & Quit
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To logout, choose Log Off from within the Menu Bar icon. Select Quit LastPass to quit the app.