Q&A Moving from LastPass to Bitwarden

Gandalf_The_Grey

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Apr 24, 2016
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We had the same problem.
My daughter used LastPass free on her laptop (browser extension) and her Android phone (app) and was locked out of the Android app while being at school because of the new Lastpass policy for free users.
You can only switch three times between mobile and desktop.
This was reason enough to switch to Bitwarden and we actually went for the paid family plan.

The resources below helped me with that switch, and it went fine and without any issues.
Bitwarden Password Manager Beginners Guide:
How To Use Bitwarden On Android:
Import Data from LastPass:
Bitwarden Help Center is available here:
But if you have Twitter the easiest and fastest way to get help is ask @Bitwarden on Twitter:
 
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Spawn

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R.I.P LastPass Free. :'(
LastPass Free tier isn't being discontinued.

And Free users can switch Your Active Device, up to 3 times.
 

Divine_Barakah

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May 10, 2019
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LastPass Free tier isn't being discontinued.

And Free users can switch Your Active Device, up to 3 times.
This is called “damage control”. Many users have migrated to other password managers and Lastpass was severely affected.
 

marcopaone

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Jul 15, 2016
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LastPass Free tier isn't being discontinued.

And Free users can switch Your Active Device, up to 3 times.
I know but 1 type of device is pretty useless.
 

JasonUK

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Apr 14, 2020
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I don't use a password manager on a mobile device either, primarily as I wouldn't be confident the device was really secure. For the moment I'm keeping Lastpass installed but on my desktop I'm mainly using KeePassXC and its browser extension as it keeps the encrypted vault locally rather than on the cloud... works pretty well.
 
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