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« on: February 05, 2020, 04:05:18 pm »

LastPass dropping support for native macOS client, replacing it with a universal web app

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<p>The popular password manager LastPass will be discontinuing its native Mac app, the company announced today. Support for the dedicated LastPass app for Mac will be dropped, with users being migrated to a new “Mac app” that is essentially a web app in a wrapper. The new app is on the right in the above image.</p>
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