DKP Wrote:I would like to see support for Windows Mobile devices, not just the iphone or blackberry...
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jwemery Wrote:One feature I'd like to see is a random password generator integrated into the software. I would like to be able to set a 20 character random password for every site I login to and then just have lastpass save them. I know I can do this manually, but seems like it would be easy to include.
bobengle3 Wrote:I have to add my vote for Windows Mobile support. I have an HTC Touch 6.1, and had a heck of a time just trying to pay a credit card bill on my phone this morning. The main reason I switched over from Roboform was the mobile site, but with all three browsers I use, (IE,Opera Mobile 9.5, and Skyfox) the experience was less than smooth or intuitive. Yes, I've seen the other posts stating that Opera Mini works, but do I have to add a forth browser to my phone to use LP?
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