Dashlane free download for Mac


11 October 2019

Password manager and secure digital wallet.


Dashlane is an award-winning service that revolutionizes the online experience by replacing the drudgery of everyday transactional processes with convenient, automated simplicity - in other words, letting you get to the good stuff faster.

  • Express checkout
  • Password manager
  • Automatic login
  • Automatic form-filling
  • Secure and encrypted notes
  • Keep your data secure and private
  • Multi-platform and synced to the cloud

Dashlane comes in two service levels: Free and Premium. Compare the plans.

What's new in Dashlane

Version 6.1937.0:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.12 or later

  • This version introduces changes to make Dashlane compliant with the new European regulation around 3D Secure 2.0

47 Dashlane Reviews

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26 July 2018

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I've tried LastPass and Dashlane. Both are very similar except pricing. Also, Dashlane is now at v6. They also changed their pricing structure to $4.99 a month (about $60/year) and there's no way to contact them about pre-sales questions. It's also not very good compared to LastPass. Very buggy. I set preferences and it just ignores them. The free version does everything but sync your accounts between devices. So if you make any password changes on your Mac and then use Dashlane for android, it won't see those updates/changes. You get a 30-day trial period with all features, so use that time to sync your accounts and then just stay with the free version. Until they lower the price to what other password managers charge, avoid this and find a more reasonable solution. You can export your passwords and accounts and import them into another program (at least I think you still can).
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Version 5.17.0
10 October 2019
No thanks. . .crappy customer service made me consider other alternatives. I found that BitWarden is faster, simple to set up AND can import "vaults" from apps like 1Password.
Version 6.1937.0
22 September 2019
I finally moved from 1Password to Dashlane after I got tired of the problems of the former with each upgrade. The change was much smoother than I had anticipated and I was set in a couple of hours. There is room for improvement - the site icons are way too big and thus making the list and gallery view inefficient but these are minor quibbles. The password insertion is much better than with 1Password and the price for unlimited devices per person at currentl4 $40 a year for premium is much more reasonable than 1Password. And most important: no problems with the Safari 13 upgrade.
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Version 6.1935.0
04 September 2019
The first time I ran Dashlane after installing it, it would not work. It just kept alerting me to fill in my name and birthdate, and then, the procedure repeated itself until infinity.
Version 6.1935.0
04 September 2019
Not related, but I have to comment on the new MU format. It is BAD. what was wrong with the previous forum format??? It was compact, easy on the eye, inviting.. This current style is toooo spread, hard to concentrate, and I'll think twice before every visit. I have a shop on Etsy, they also did this ugly thing with the forums. Most people are extremely not happy with that, and stopped coming all together.
Version 6.1935.0
16 August 2019
Very happy with this app. Easy to use, works like charm.
Version 6.1931.0
04 April 2019
Why People want to give their Login/Password Information to others when they can save with Stickies, Text edit, or any other Text, RTF, or Doc on their Computer, Smart Phone or Tablets? Are People turning Caveman that without thinking use this kind of app.
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Version 6.1913.0
1 answer(s)
16 August 2019
13 February 2019
I recently had problems with registration, wrote to the support service and had not received an answer for two weeks already ... How do you think you should trust them?
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Version 6.1905.1
31 January 2019
a great app for someone that has had brain surgery like me & can't remember very many thing anyway...
Version 6.1903.0
05 November 2018
"Free?" Please. The crippleware (or "dumb down" if you prefer) version is "free." It stores "up to 50 passwords." Dear friends, if all you have to manage is 50 passwords, a password manager is way overkill. Keychain Access, the password storage function in your browser, or even an Excel spreadsheet should be more than sufficient. For everyone else, the "Free" Dashlane is just a deceptive come-on, because you'll need, at minimum, the "Premium" version for which you'll pay an annual fee. As someone below noted, the price for the "Premium" version is pretty much in line with 1Password's. Why MacUpdate lets companies indulge in such deceitful advertising is beyond me. And the reviews: which version, "Free," "Premium," or "Premium Plus," do the Dashlane reviews pertain to? Surely no one could give a 5-star review to a password manager that manages a max of 50 passwords. Such a review is worthless. Of course, this isn't limited to Dashlane. MacUpdate allows vendors to post the price of the least expensive alternatives of their software. And the reviewers don't need to specify which version their comments apply to. Also, I am more than willing to pay for software. I don't expect quality software to be free, or that someone else's hard work should be uncompensated. But please be honest about the real costs and let the buyer decide.
Like (6)
Version 6.1841.0
02 October 2018
Fastest, easiest to use, completely secure (I forgot the master password & had to reinstall & re-input all my data, no way to hack it) & really friendly, my wife can use it, and she is a luddite as far as computers are concerned.
Version 6.5.0


App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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