Dashlane is a versatile password manager and digital wallet that allows you to keep your personal information secure.
Works on Windows/OS X, Android/iOS, Firefox/IE/Chrome/Safari.
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Pro Can automatically capture passwords
Dashlane will automatically add passwords to its database when logging in a site.
Pro Simple UI
Dashlane's user interface is split into three clear sections - password manager, form auto filler, and digital wallet. It's simple, intuitive and easy to use.
Pro Free on single device
Dashlane is available as a free product. The paid option ($29.99/yr) adds syncronization across multiple devices and ability to create an encrypted backup.
Pro Allows securely sharing passwords
Dashlane allows users to share login credentials with trusted friends or family.
Pro Can automatically log in sites
Pro TouchID login on iOS
TouchID makes logging into the app incredibly fast, easy, and secure.
Pro Multifactor authentication support
Two-factor authentication is available through mobile apps. Dashlane supports Authy, Google Authenticator and FreeOTP.
Pro Elegant UI/UX
Pro AES-256 encryption
Military grade encryption
Pro Allows you to keep multiple IDs for the form filler
For when you need to keep your identities separate.
Pro Tracks online shopping
Pro Slick and intuitive user interface
The Dashlane app for iOS was redesigned for a fresh look and effortless experience.
Pro Security Dashboard rates all passwords
Security Dashboard checks the strength of all passwords.
Pro Log in with fingerprint on Android
You can use your fingerprint to log in to the app, or to authorize auto-logins.
Con No Linux support
There is no native desktop app for Linux, though it is possible to use a Chrome or Firefox extension.
Con Not seamless with iOS Safari
Dashlane links to Dashlane Browser which is the worst browser in the world. Dashlane is crippled in linking seamlessly to iOS Safari. Support is lame, late and narcissistic.
Con Can be slow and resource-heavy
Con Depends on the cloud
Con Poor technical support
It has no competent technical support, and no telephone support phone number.
Con It won't let you easily stop automatically starting on login
Con Massive memory consumption on MacOS
The MacOS client has been a huge memory hog for years. Memory consumption of multiple gigabytes is not uncommon.
Con Not Open source
Con It keeps pushing to give it access to the browser and then screws up the log-in
Con No native BlackBerry or Window Phone applications
Con Windows browser plugin is a memory hog
On Windows 10.