Dashlane
Dashlane
6.1922.0

3.4

Dashlane

Dashlane

6.1922.007 June 2019

Password manager and secure digital wallet.

Dashlane
Free
07 June 2019

3.4

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Dashlane

Dashlane

6.1922.007 June 2019

Password manager and secure digital wallet.

Overview

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.

Features
  • 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 6.1922.0:
  • This version contains a fix for the password export feature

Requirements for Dashlane

  • macOS 10.12.0 or later

56 Reviews

Rate this app:

26 July 2018

Most helpful

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).
Like (7)
Version 5.17.0
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.
Like
Version 6.1913.0
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?
Like
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...
Like
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 (5)
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.
Like
Version 6.5.0
09 August 2018
After using for about a week, I can say I am very happy with the program and the way it works automatically filling in passwords. Works much better and easier than 1Password which I used for many years.
Like
Version 6.1.0
09 August 2018
A once-terrific password management program has become terribly buggy as of v6.x. The ability to login in at startup using the Touch Bar has been rendered useless. The requirement to sync the browser extension with the app doesn't work most of the time. Leaving a comment on the website results in a "we'll get back to you" auto-response and nothing more. Like @Edeerly, I've been a -paying- customer for years, so this latest development is disheartening. C'mon, Dashlane, stop succumbing to "feature creep" and get back to a solid, secure password manager!
Like
Version 6.1.0
08 August 2018
Like
Version 6.1.0
07 August 2018
Works well for me, storing my important information on a variety of platforms.
Like (1)
Version 6.1.0
02 August 2018
Since 1Password moved to a subscription basis I've been looking for an alternative. This gets 5 stars in all the magazine reviews (although PC UK disclaimed they were paid to advertise for Dashlane) This program is definitely not "The One" for me. First, it does NOT work with Microsoft Edge. They want you to switch back to Internet Explorer (which is not even supported by Microsoft any longer). 1Password is not perfect syncing with Edge, but at least it usually works and is supported. Second any atypical login screen stumps it. And if it THINKS it can log in it will submit again and again when you you go to the login screen, ultimately locking you out of your account. I have many web sites that have a button to click saying you agree with their terms - sorry, Dashlane can't help you on these. Does your login require an access, then a verify key? Sorry, can't do that either. If you type it manually is saves it, but now you have 2 logins with the same domain name and it has no clue which to use (usually guesses wrong) the next time you try to login. Now I am locked out of another account. The automatic password change feature is nice, but out of 335 passwords I have it only found 6 that were supported by that feature. 2 factor login is the "newest thing", but it's a royal pain to have to pull up your phone, the code app, type the code in your computer. Then I was thinking this makes it harder for me, and someone hacking into my account (unless they also stole my. phone), but the master password I selected was 8 characters with numbers and symbols - not really secure for anyone who broke into the Dashlane server and tried to hack my account using brute force. 1Password has a complex key and a master password. Nobody knows my complex key, but it's stored on my password secured devices. Even if people broke into 1Password and told date, then used brute force to break my master password they could NEVER guess my 16 digit complex key too. That and it's a lot easier to use on my computer, iPhone, etc. 1Password lets me click an "I accept" button without getting confused about how to fill in the password. If something has an access and a verify code I save it at normal password, and call the next screen something like "verify code" which 1Password then keeps track of for me.
Like (4)
Version 6.0.1
Free

3.4

Category:

Utilities

Security

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 29,708 times

Free

3.4

Category:

Utilities

Security

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 29,708 times

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56 Reviews

Rate this app:

26 July 2018

Most helpful

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).
Like (7)
Version 5.17.0
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.
Like
Version 6.1913.0
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?
Like
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...
Like
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 (5)
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.
Like
Version 6.5.0
09 August 2018
After using for about a week, I can say I am very happy with the program and the way it works automatically filling in passwords. Works much better and easier than 1Password which I used for many years.
Like
Version 6.1.0
09 August 2018
A once-terrific password management program has become terribly buggy as of v6.x. The ability to login in at startup using the Touch Bar has been rendered useless. The requirement to sync the browser extension with the app doesn't work most of the time. Leaving a comment on the website results in a "we'll get back to you" auto-response and nothing more. Like @Edeerly, I've been a -paying- customer for years, so this latest development is disheartening. C'mon, Dashlane, stop succumbing to "feature creep" and get back to a solid, secure password manager!
Like
Version 6.1.0
08 August 2018
Like
Version 6.1.0
07 August 2018
Works well for me, storing my important information on a variety of platforms.
Like (1)
Version 6.1.0
02 August 2018
Since 1Password moved to a subscription basis I've been looking for an alternative. This gets 5 stars in all the magazine reviews (although PC UK disclaimed they were paid to advertise for Dashlane) This program is definitely not "The One" for me. First, it does NOT work with Microsoft Edge. They want you to switch back to Internet Explorer (which is not even supported by Microsoft any longer). 1Password is not perfect syncing with Edge, but at least it usually works and is supported. Second any atypical login screen stumps it. And if it THINKS it can log in it will submit again and again when you you go to the login screen, ultimately locking you out of your account. I have many web sites that have a button to click saying you agree with their terms - sorry, Dashlane can't help you on these. Does your login require an access, then a verify key? Sorry, can't do that either. If you type it manually is saves it, but now you have 2 logins with the same domain name and it has no clue which to use (usually guesses wrong) the next time you try to login. Now I am locked out of another account. The automatic password change feature is nice, but out of 335 passwords I have it only found 6 that were supported by that feature. 2 factor login is the "newest thing", but it's a royal pain to have to pull up your phone, the code app, type the code in your computer. Then I was thinking this makes it harder for me, and someone hacking into my account (unless they also stole my. phone), but the master password I selected was 8 characters with numbers and symbols - not really secure for anyone who broke into the Dashlane server and tried to hack my account using brute force. 1Password has a complex key and a master password. Nobody knows my complex key, but it's stored on my password secured devices. Even if people broke into 1Password and told date, then used brute force to break my master password they could NEVER guess my 16 digit complex key too. That and it's a lot easier to use on my computer, iPhone, etc. 1Password lets me click an "I accept" button without getting confused about how to fill in the password. If something has an access and a verify code I save it at normal password, and call the next screen something like "verify code" which 1Password then keeps track of for me.
Like (4)
Version 6.0.1