Find your passwords on your wrist with LastPass for Apple Watch

LastPass 3.1.9 lets you view all of your passwords on your Apple Watch. In order to use the watch app, you'll need to activate it within the iPhone app settings first. Once you do, you can peruse your vault, add notes, and search your logins on the Apple Watch. You can also set a watch passcode for the app for added security.

Version 3.1.9 brings other enhancements and fixes as well. Check out the full list of changes below.

  • Introducing LastPass for Apple Watch! All your passwords, conveniently on hand when you need them.
  • Usability enhancements to the Vault menu and view and edit screens.
  • Fixed bug that could cause Touch ID to prompt twice at launch and make the app unresponsive.
  • Fixed crashes that occur on iOS 5.1 on the lock screen and on Settings.

LastPass is available for download from the App Store right now.

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

  • I wish my password manager (pwSafe) would make an application like this.
  • I tried this out last night. I honestly cannot think of a single use case for it. I need a password on my phone? I use lastpass on my phone. I need a password on my computer? I use lastpass on my computer - either way I'm not typing anything in. This watch app lets you scroll through your passwords and view the username/passwords. I do not see the point unfortunately.
  • agree....just because you can doesn't mean you should.
  • Exactly. Especially since my LastPass-generated passwords look like this: w8f8uePz7#&P*7F1 I use LastPass so I don't have to type them!
  • Helps to get your buddy's passwords when he's passed out. Posted via S6 Edge