LastPass for HP webOS (Palm Pre, Pixi, etc) allows you to carry your LastPass data around with you. LastPass for HP webOS is a mobile browser that displays all of your Secure Notes and Sites in a searchable interface. As always, this data can only be unlocked using your email address and Master Password.
As with all smartphone apps, LastPass for HP webOS devices is part of our Premium offering and can be tested with a 14-day free trial.
Installing for HP WebOS
To install, point your webOS web browser to this URL: http://developer.palm.com/appredirect/?packageid=com.lastpass.lpwebos
Using LastPass for HP WebOS
Once you have installed the LastPass application, you can scroll through and tap the icon to launch the browser:
After submitting your email and Master Password, LastPass will launch your Vault.
Tapping ‘Show’ on the upper-left corner of the page allows you to switch between All Sites, Form Fill Profiles, and Secure Notes. Tapping a Site name launches the site in a browser window; from there you can choose to copy the username and passwords into the fields on the page. Unfortunately due to webOS’ very limited API, autologin is not available on webOS.
The LastPass dropdown menu on the upper-left corner of the application allows you to Edit, Refresh LastPass Sites, Clear Local Cache, view the About page, view Preferences, or launch Help.
Browser integration is currently very limited due to the API, and HP has ended support for the OS as of January 15th, 2015.
HP webOS has limited speed due to being web-based, so we take a number of steps to avoid using a lot of CPU time- we download and cache your data once, so each time you want updates, you must initiate it explicitly using the top-left LastPass Menu.
Your data is saved with your account names (not usernames) and group names unencrypted on the device, which we think is a good trade-off between security and speeding up the interaction.