Now we get an email today saying we effectively have to pay to get reasonable multi-device support from LastPass. How about you fix the completely broken Android experience described on this thread (which has persisted for weeks or months now) before you start charging us? I'm actively looking for alternatives to LastPass now.
Our developers are currently working on a fix for this issue. While we don't yet have an ETA for when this fix will be released, I will update this thread as soon as I have more news to share.
While this is good to hear, it's been weeks or months already that this has been broken. It's a huge usability issue for Android that never should have persisted for this long.
Along with today's news of starting to charge for any remotely usable version of LastPass, I'm making the switch to BitWarden. I'm happy to report, for others on Android, that BitWarden's autofill is miles better than LastPass even before this fingerprint issue (it supports the keyboard-based autofill from Android 11, which is great). And importing everything from LastPass to BitWarden was seamless and worked perfectly.
Braindead decision by LastPass to start charging with Android this badly broken for weeks/months. But this sort of cash grab is not remotely surprising after private equity bought out LastPass's owner. Android users -- what more reason do you need to make the switch?