LastPass now offers free unlimited syncing for multiple devices

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With so many online hacks happening nowadays, a good password manager is necessary for all  users who should be invested in protecting their online security – whether it is their banking details, email data or photos stored on various cloud services.

Lastpass has now made their free services improved for users with multiple devices moving the unlimited syncing between devices from paywalled to a free feature writing on their blog:

If you’re already using LastPass Free, no action is required to start enjoying LastPass on all your devices. You can simply download LastPass to any of your browsers or grab the mobile app for your smartphone or tablet, and login with your LastPass account. Everything in your vault will be available, automatically, anywhere you login.

If you’re already a LastPass Premium subscriber, you’ll still enjoy the additional value that Premium offers, including priority customer support, family password sharing with up to 5 others, and additional two-factor authentication options like YubiKey. You can also safeguard important documents with 1GB of encrypted file storage. We’re hard at work developing even more useful features for power users like you, so stay tuned! Thank you for investing in LastPass and helping us build a better product, for you.

This means that it is now easier to simply rely on LastPass for syncing passwords between devices, making it easier by the same token to generate complex passwords with the knowledge that they will be synced seamless between al, your devices.

You can download LastPass for Microsoft Edge, Windows Desktop and Windows phones from the store links below:

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