Free yourself from keeping track of every password and all your log-in information. Let the LastPass password manager for Android handle it all for you, for free.
Stores and secures your data: The LastPass app will generate, remember, and fill in passwords for your websites and apps. You can also use the password manager to keep credit card, email, and other autofill information as well as software keys and notes. You can search for any item in your vault and make changes to specific items.
Unlock fill-in info with a master password: As you set up LastPass, it asks you to set up a master password. You then use this to unlock everything the password manager stores. If your phone has one, you can use your fingerprint reader in place of a master password.
Secure: LastPass uses the industry-standard AES-256 to encrypt your data.
Go free: The free version of the app lets you store all your passwords, log-in information, and credentials and then sync and access them across any number of desktop and mobile apps and browser extensions for free. LastPass works across Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS platforms and Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Edge browsers.
Or go paid: The app offers a 30-day trial, so you can check out the paid features. Then for $24 a year, you can buy a Premium account and share passwords, app log-ins, memberships, and other items with as many people as you trust. With a $48 annual subscription, you get a Families account with six individual accounts, plus everything in Premium.
A bit cramped: LastPass does a reasonable job of fitting all its various settings and capabilities into a mobile app, but managing everything on a small screen, with a small keyboard, can feel tight.
LastPass for Android offers a surprisingly rich and useful set of password-management tools for free. And for $24 a year, you can share with others. If you're not yet using a password manager, you're not going to do much better than LastPass.