AppSumo Offers A Year Of LastPass Premium For Free

We live in a world of computers, smartphones, tablets and all other kinds of devices with which we access content on the internet on a daily basis. Chances are you use lots of services online, from social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc. to your work-related secure sites, such as Zoho, Wordpress or anything else that requires you to log in. Password managers come in really handy when you're logging in to a bunch of sites on a daily basis, especially if you do it from a ton of different devices. Last Pass is one of the most known and best applications / services around, and now you can use it for a year for free. All you have to do in order to use LastPass Premium free of charge for one year is follow the source link below and follow the instructions. The link will take you to AppSumo which made all this possible and the procedure is quite simple.

Let me tell you a bit more about LastPass. This password manager stores your information locally, so you don't have to worry about security. It syncs your passwords across all browsers and devices you use, so that you never again have to type your passwords. Applications like this one are really handy for people like me who have dozens of active accounts scattered all over the place and are using a ton of devices and different login credentials and have trouble keeping up with all the passwords. Some people use one password across all of their services, but I bet most of you use at least a few of them, just to be safe, I know I do. Android 4.3+ devices can take advantage of LastPass' auto-fill feature, those which have earlier versions of Android will have to use the copy / paste procedure though. After 1 year has passed and this offer expires, LastPass will charge you $1 a month in order for you to continue using their services. This is really not a lot, considering you have to pay $12 a year in order to get a really simple way of managing your logins across tons of different devices, no matter if we're talking mobile or desktop ones. If you'd like to find out more about LastPass you can visit their Google Play Store page or their official webpage, otherwise just follow the source link below and take advantage of this.

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