Sometimes remembering all the passwords for your accounts from across the web can be especially painful. Thankfully, and as is quite often the case these days, there is an app to solve that issue. The award-winning LastPass app has been available in the Windows store for quite a while, and it solves this common problem by saving your passwords and giving you secure access to them from anywhere. Today, the app sees an update, and with it comes improvements to the entire password-saving experience.
While there is no official changelog on the Windows Store for the update to the app, Reddit user space_husky has pointed out a few changes for the LastPass app experience. The Redditor claims that there is new branding on the app, and that the horrible dark theme background gradient has been removed.
LastPass uses a master password to full your logins for you and sync your passwords everywhere you need them. On Windows Phone, the app lets you access your logins and secure notes from your device for free. There is a paid option for $12 a year which updates the experience for unlimited sync across unlimited devices from any desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet.
If you’re already using the app, let us know if you notice anything new in the comments. If you’re not using the app, you can try LastPass via the download link below.