LastPass Limits Functionality of Its Free Tier
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In a move that will kill the app’s functionality for many users, popular password manager LastPass announced that starting March 16, users of its free tier will only be able to use the app either on computers or mobile devices, but not both.
That feature will only be available to users who have upgraded to LastPass Premium or Families, which costs between $36 and $48 per year. (Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai / Motherboard)
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