In a recent announcement, password manager LastPass has revealed that the users of the free version of the service can now access their passwords on multiple devices.
The announcement is noteworthy because LastPass previously allowed the users of the free version to access their passwords on only one device; with the multi-device password access being an advantage available only to the users of LastPass' subscription-based premium service.
With LastPass' announcement implying that all users can now benefit from multi-device access to their passwords for free, it will be possible for users to use LastPass on as many devices as they wish to. Hence, users will potentially get into the habit of using LastPass everywhere.
However, LastPass' decision to move multi-device support to its free version does not mean that the company is discontinuing its premium service. The $12-per-year premium service will still be available, to offer a number of other features to customers.
Some of the noteworthy features available to the users of the LastPass premium service include the ability to share passwords with family and friends, fingerprint support for LastPass app's desktop version, and additional security via two-factor authentication with physical devices.