LastPass extension for Microsoft Edge to be ready this year
Microsoft finally brought extensions to its Edge browser for Windows 10, just as we reported a while ago. In order to entice release of new extensions for its browser, Microsoft also announced plans to create a tool that would allow the migration of Chrome extensions to Edge.
With Adblock having already confirmed their Plus extension to Microsoft Edge on Windows 10, it surely marks a trend of other developers doing the same.
LastPass extension for Microsoft Edge coming later this year
One of those developers is LastPass. After recently releasing an authenticator app for Windows phones, the company has now confirmed via Twitter that it would release an extension in 2016 for Microsoft Edge, as well.
@micheleruzic Not yet, but it will be available later this year!
— LastPass Support (@LastPassHelp) March 21, 2016
LastPass is one of the best password managers out there, uniting all your passwords under a single one, LastPass master password. By simply saving all your usernames and passwords within its system, it will sync your passwords and automatically login to your sites.
As a Chrome extension, LastPass boasts nearly 4 million users, so that kind of success is expected once it’s released for Microsoft Edge. Here are some of its main features:
– Store login usernames and passwords
– Check out fast by adding credit cards & shopping profiles
– Attach docs, PDFs, images, audio, and more
– Save any piece of data you need to keep secure and accessible
– Manage everything from a simple, searchable “password vault”
– Add, edit, view, delete and organize your sites
– Never forget another password
– Generate strong passwords that you don’t have to remember
– Passwords are auto filled for you as you go to your sites – less typing!
– Securely share your passwords with friends and family
– Only worry about one master password
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