LastPass is a Free Alternative To RoboForm
If you find yourself constantly re-entering usernames, passwords and even your address then give LastPass a try! It’s worth noting that you can also store your credit card details in LastPass but I would never advise this, for obvious reasons.
LastPass runs as an add-on/extension in your browser. I’m currently testing it out in Firefox and I really like it.
How it works in brief:
A more descriptive explanation:
Why I Love LastPass:
- #1 – It’s totally free and it works well
- A click of a button fills in online forms for you – great time saver
- It’s pretty secure (but I still don’t like to use it for credit card info)
- You can use it to generate and remember random (more secure) passwords
- It’s available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions for all most browsers on Mac, Linux and Windows. For the mobile version you will need to purchase the LastPass Premium version ($12/year) which is your choice. The free version is comprehensive enough for most people.
- It’s a free alternative to RoboForm.
- It has tons of options and features
Anyway, I don’t want to list every feature and benefit to using LastPass. It’s sufficient to say that it costs nothing, and it gets great reviews all over the net (click here to read).