Dashlane Password Manager 4+

Password manager and autofill.

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We're excited to introduce our new Dashlane experience for Safari. Access all the key Dashlane features you love, now integrated directly into the Safari browser. Dashlane is easy to use, hard to hack, and the perfect place for all your passwords. Now everyone can enjoy simple password management with an app that’s as easy to use as it is secure. There’s a reason 15+ million users and 20,000+ businesses across the globe trust Dashlane. EVERY PASSWORD, EVERYWHERE - Store an unlimited number of passwords and access them on any device - Sync your Dashlane data to every device automatically, even if your phone and computer run on different systems - Create secure passwords with Password Generator - Change passwords in one click with Password Changer - Share passwords safely and conveniently LOG IN AUTOMATICALLY - Autofill the right username and password on every app and website, every time - Log in with a look or tap using Face ID or Touch ID - Securely store personal info you need to keep safe and accessible, like addresses, credit card numbers, and IDs - Fill addresses and other forms with one click AS SECURE AS IT GETS - Get alerted about breaches and hacks that affect your data—and learn how to take action - Learn if your data is on the dark web with Dark Web Monitoring - Browse safely and anonymously with our VPN - Enjoy peace of mind with patented, best-in-class encryption methods AWARDS & RECOGNITION FOR DASHLANE - App Store App of the Day - PC Mag "Editors' Choice Award" - Webby Award "People's Voice Best Mobile Services & Utilities App" - Kiplinger's "Best Identity Theft Prevention Tools" - Inc.com's "Best for Passwords and Checkouts" - Techlicious "The Best Security Apps" - ...and many more Your Dashlane account starts with a 30-day free trial of our Premium plan—no credit card required. If you love it, keep it going with a Dashlane subscription, or switch to Dashlane Free automatically.

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4.2K Ratings

Wouldn’t be without it

Very easy to use. I remember when you used the same login name and password repetedly and I thoght “all is well”. In this version you find that dashlane will let you know to change repeted passwords or login names. They tell you if your password has been involved in a breach and take you to the website to change it right away. Now the smartest thing to do is to have separate login id’s and passwords. There is no possible way for me to remember them, so Dashlane to the rescue. It can automatically log me in or I can look up my creditentials by going to the store/company/institution name in my search and it shows me both my login and password. I like to add things in notes about other things besides my password, such as the date my subscription will auto-renew so I can cancel on-time or when my special offer for the sattelite service expires so I don’t have a surprise bill, if the customer service representative gave me any additional information I have it recorded there. I can also share my passwords with my husband, so if I’m not around he doesn’t have to panic to pay bills. I guess my only issue is I used to be able to have 3years for the price one year is now and they don’t offer a family deal if your family is two people, where it would be more economic if you had a larger family. I feel I should have been grandfathered in since I was with them at the start and have been loyal to their product.

You need this even if you don’t know it

I can not tell you how much I love Dashlane, I’ve never had a issue, never had a complaint and never want to go without. I have so many accounts it’s impossible for me to keep a secure (not reused) password for them all, until I started using Dashlane. All these years later... I’m still with them 100%. Nothing makes me more happy then having crazy password that even the NSA couldn’t crack. The security of knowing that if any one account gets hacked or compromised, they will not effect any of my other accounts. Looking back I can’t image a life without a password service. Yes it cost money but the stress relief of not worrying and not remembering, makes it so worth it. You literally only need to remember 1 password, the one to sign into Dashlane. You get to have your cake and eat it too. *Update* It has been a while since I first reviewed this app and I know most see a update as they “finally failed” or they fixed serious issues. Honestly, I still use Dashlane daily, I still tell everyone about Dashlane, I’m a very happy customer and I don’t plan to leave anytime soon. All of that being said, I liked the PC application but it has been phased out, it’s in the browser only now. It hasn’t really changed anything, nothing is particularly harder or easier to do but I miss the app because I didn’t have to open the browser.

Dashlane is Password Manager available — currently

I check periodically, and I continue to find Dashlane is the number one or number two password manager in different comparisons. But, when I consider the functions and features, the kind of rapid customer support I receive, and the cost—I use the Premium Family plan, giving me up to six licensed users—there is simply no comparison. Given the number of major hacks annually, and how often those user credentials end up for sale on the Dark Web, the days of keeping your passwords manageable—easily managed, all the same across web sites, have them easy to remember, and/or writing them on sticky notes or a notebook “hidden” near your computer—should be long behind you. Dashlane makes it so easy to keep you passwords unique for every site, and meeting all complexity requirements. They can be sync’d across all devices, logged in using biometrics, and randomly generated using Dashlane. In many websites, they can be automatically entered by the app/extension, without little or no interaction on your part. Especially on the iPhones using FaceID, I don’t have to do anything but look at my phone—amazing!! And sharing them with friends and family couldn’t be easier. I can recommend them highly enough. Best product available for several years now—nothing would make be changed.

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How to import passwords into Dashlane

By Ste Smith • 12:00 pm, June 18, 2018

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This post is brought to you by Dashlane.

If you’re not using a password manager, you really should be. While it might seem daunting to stop relying on iCloud Keychain or a web browser like Safari, it’s really easy to step up your online security with a password manager like Dashlane , the official password manager of Cult of Mac .

In fact, it’s incredibly simple to import all your passwords into Dashlane. It’s the first step toward taking true control of your passwords — and in today’s video, I’m going to show you how.

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The first thing you need to do is download and install the Dashlane app from the App Store. You can use the app for free on one device: Mac, iPhone, iPad, etc. For the above video, I used the Mac.

After you’ve downloaded and installed Dashlane, you’ll be prompted to create an account. Once you set up your master password and get up and running, you can add an extension to your browser.

Whether you use Safari, Chrome or FireFox, you’ll find a compatible browser extension. This lets your web browser talk to the Dashlane app to easily sync all your passwords and other sensitive data like credit card numbers.

Once that’s all set up, you’ll see a little Dashlane icon at the top of your browser. It lights up to let you know it’s working and you’re logged in. Then you can begin importing passwords into Dashlane from your web browser and any other password managers you might currently use.

How to import passwords into Dashlane on Mac

On a Mac, there are three different ways to add your passwords to Dashlane.

The first way is to import them straight from your browser. This is super-easy to do, thanks to the browser extension you just installed. In the Dashlane Mac app, simply go to File > Import , then choose which browser you’d like to pull your passwords from. If you use multiple browsers, you can go to All browsers and get them all in one go.

The second way to import passwords into Dashlane works if you’re already using another password manager such as 1Password or LastPass. First, head to your old password manager and figure out how to export the passwords. Save them to your desktop or wherever you can locate them easily.

Go back to the Dashlane app, go to File > Import , and select your old password manager from the list. It’s as simple as that. (Don’t forget to delete the password file you exported, though — that’s not something you want sitting on your desktop forever.)

The final way to get your passwords into the app is much slower. Once Dashlane is set up, it will automatically save your passwords the next time you log in to a website. You’ll be adding passwords one at a time.

More than just a password manager

After you’ve got your passwords in Dashlane, you can use software’s vaunted Security Dashboard to run a quick checkup on your online security. It will root out weak or reused passwords, identify sites you use that have experienced security breaches, and generally make it safe for you to go about your business online.

After that, if you want all those beefed-up passwords on all your devices, you can upgrade to Dashlane premium. That will sync your passwords across all your devices, whether that’s MacBooks, iPads, iPhones, PCs or whatever.

One of the things I find most helpful about Dashlane is that it lets you keep all your passwords organized. That’s essential for me, as I’m always resetting them. You can change the name of a password from the default title in the app to something personalized. That can make searching within the Dashlane app easier. You can also set different passwords for various subdomains of a particular website, which can prove very helpful in certain situations.

My personal favorite feature is the Security Dashboard. I love being able to see just how bulletproof all my passwords are, and having the option to easily update them to something more secure all from one simple interface.

As mentioned, you can download the Dashlane app for free on one device or go premium and unlock all of the features.

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The Ultimate Guide to Using Dashlane on Your iPhone

Are you looking for a reliable and secure way to store your passwords and other sensitive information on your iPhone? If so, Dashlane is an excellent option. Dashlane is a password manager that allows you to securely store your passwords, credit card information, and other sensitive data in one place. It automatically fills in web forms for you, making it easier and faster to log into websites. Plus, it has a built-in secure browser so you can browse the web without leaving any traces of your activity.

Setting up Dashlane on your iPhone is easy. All you need to do is download the app from the App Store and create an account. Once you’ve done that, go into your device Settings > Passwords and Accounts > Autofill Passwords and enable AutoFill Passwords. Select Dashlane as your password manager of choice for optimal performance. We would also recommend disabling iCloud Keychain here for best results.

Now that Dashlane is enabled on your phone, it’ll be ready to autofill passwords in Safari and other apps whenever needed. You can also access all of Dashlane’s features within the app itself: save new passwords, view saved data (such as credit card numbers), or generate strong passwords quickly – all with just a few taps!

If you decide to upgrade to the Premium plan, there are even more features available to you. Your data will automatically sync across all of your iOS devices so everything will stay up-to-date no matter where you are! You’ll also be able to access Secure Notes within the app – perfect for storing confidential information such as bank details or notes about important meetings.

So if you want a secure way of managing your passwords on your iPhone – look no further than Dashlane! With its intuitive design and powerful features, it makes managing your online accounts easier than ever before!

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Using Dashlane on an iPhone

Using Dashlane on your iPhone is easy and secure. To get started, go to the Settings app on your device, then tap Passwords & Accounts > Autofill Passwords. Enable AutoFill Passwords and select Dashlane as your password manager of choice. For optimal performance, we highly recommend unselecting iCloud Keychain. Now you’re ready to start using Dashlane with Safari and other apps.

To autofill a saved password on a website or app, open the website or app where you want to use the saved password and look for the username field. Tap it and a list of usernames and passwords stored in Dashlane will appear – just select the one you want to use, then enter your Master Password if prompted. That’s it!

You can also use Dashlane to generate secure passwords when creating new online accounts. To do this, open Dashlane from your iPhone’s Home Screen or App Library, then tap Generate a Password in the lower right corner of the screen. You’ll be prompted to enter a length between 8-64 characters as well as any special characters you’d like included in the generated password – once that’s done, just tap Generate Password and you’ll have a strong password ready to be used!

Does Dashlane Work With Apps on iPhone?

Yes, Dashlane works with apps on iPhones! With Dashlane Premium, you can access and manage all your passwords and secure notes directly from within the apps you use. This makes it easy to log into websites and apps quickly and securely, without having to remember or type in your passwords. Plus, your data is automatically synced across all of your iOS devices, so you can access it anytime, anywhere.

Using Dashlane to Automatically Fill Forms

Dashlane’s Autofill feature allows you to quickly and easily fill in forms on websites or apps with your personal information stored in Dashlane. To enable Autofill, open the Dashlane app and go to Settings > General. In the Autofill section, tap the toggle switch next to Autofill to turn it on. You can now use Dashlane to quickly fill in forms with your personal information when you open a website or app.

Troubleshooting Dashlane Auto-Filling Issues

There are a few potential reasons why your Dashlane auto-fill isn’t working. First, make sure you have the latest version of Dashlane and your browser. Then, check if Dashlane is actually running in your browser – the Dashlane D should appear in your browser toolbar, and the icon should be dark green to show you’re logged in. If you’re using Safari, the D icon should be dark gray.

If this doesn’t help, it could be that certain websites are preventing Dashlane from auto-filling. If this is the case, try disabling any ad or script blockers that you may have enabled on that website.

Finally, if none of these solutions have worked for you, please contact our support team – they’ll be happy to assist!

Using Dashlane on your iPhone provides numerous benefits, from the convenience of automatically filling in passwords and other credentials, to the peace of mind that comes with knowing your data is safe and secure. With Dashlane’s Premium plan, you get access to all its features across all your iOS devices, allowing you to easily sync, edit, and share information saved in Secure Notes. Ultimately, Dashlane provides an easy way to save time and stay organized on your iPhone.

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Brand-new Dashlane for iPhone and iPad: Redesigned for a fresh look and effortless experience

All new Dashlane for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

Introducing the brand-new Dashlane iPhone and iPad app ! We’ve given Dashlane a complete makeover to give you a customized, seamless experience unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before!

We built our new iPhone and iPad apps from the ground up using the latest Apple technologies and guidelines, which easily adapts to any iOS device, regardless of size or type. The app combines the same convenience and functionality of the previous version, only now it’s reorganized to make all of your passwords and other important information easier to find and use at anytime, anywhere!

Here’s what you can expect from the new Dashlane iOS password manager apps:

Find what you want, when you want it: We’ve added a visible menu bar at the bottom of the screen so you can easily find your way anywhere within the app.

New Dashlane App for iPhone and iPad - Menu Bar

Search for and add passwords in seconds: Our new “Recent” screen shows you the items you have used most recently. From this screen, you can select a recently used password, credit card, or personal information item, and quickly copy, edit, remove, or securely share a password with another Dashlane user.

The brand-new Dashlane app for iPhone and iPad

Our popular tools have a new home: You can access our Password Changer , Password Generator , and Dashlane Browser features at any time by visiting the “Tools” screen. You’ll also have the option to add the Dashlane extension, which gives you the freedom to use Dashlane on your iPhone and iPad in Safari , Chrome, and with supported iOS apps .

New Dashlane app for iPhone and iPad

A new icon that visually connects the new to the old: Our new app wouldn’t be complete without a brand-new Dashlane icon! Designed to stand out from the other apps on your home screen, the new Dashlane icon still has our trademark teal, orange, light blue, and green color palette and our signature jumping impala. However, we changed the background shape to a shield, symbolizing Dashlane’s world-class, patented security architecture .

Old vs. New Dashlane iOS Logo

We’ve been working tirelessly on this redesign for months, but we’re not done just yet! With a new, re-architected app, we’ve already begun working on the next set of improvements, including features that our users have requested.

But, we also need your feedback. Tell us if you like the new app and what you’d like to see in your next app update. Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

And remember, if you encounter any issues, please be sure to create a Support ticket . They’re the experts and know how to get issues resolved fast.

We hope you enjoy our new app as much as we enjoyed making it!

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alanfromfareham

Dashlane problems with Safari

Anyone getting problems using Dashlane with Safari

MacBook Air 13″, macOS 12.6

Posted on May 15, 2023 5:39 AM

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Posted on May 17, 2023 8:31 AM

Dashlane acknowledge there is a problem with autofill in Safari. They say Safari users will be "the first to know" once they have a fix. However that was two months ago. I don't know if anyone agrees with me, but I would say that is far too long.

What it does not do is inspire confidence.

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May 17, 2023 8:31 AM in response to alanfromfareham

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May 26, 2024 6:04 PM in response to alanfromfareham

This really is unacceptable! I've migrated ever deeper into the Apple ecosystem, but this kind of elementary failure drives me away! I now worry about the consequences of failures in my professional use of Apple, which is, of course, more expensive than the alternatives. Reward my faith in you, Apple, and fix this quickly!

May 17, 2023 2:40 PM in response to chuns

Many thanks for your help A

COMMENTS

  1. Get started with the Dashlane Safari extension

    With the Dashlane Safari extension, you can use more of Dashlane's features and tools without needing to open the separate Dashlane macOS app. ... You'll find the Dashlane macOS app workflows are similar to the workflows when you use the Dashlane app on the iPad. Open the Dashlane macOS app from your computer's Applications folder, the ...

  2. Get started with Dashlane for iPhone and iPad

    Step 2: Create or log in to your Dashlane account. When you open the app for the first time, you can log in to your existing Dashlane account or create a new Dashlane account. If you already have a Dashlane account, log in to your iPhone or iPad. If you need to create a Dashlane account, follow these steps.

  3. Install the Dashlane extension

    Download the app for iPhone and iPad. To use Dashlane, you need a recent version of your computer or browser so that you can make the most of our apps and keep your data secure. ... Select Safari in the Safari browser toolbar and then select Safari Extensions. Search for "Dashlane" and select the download icon for Dashlane - Password Manager ...

  4. A new way to use Dashlane on Safari

    In 2020, we built Dashlane for Safari, an App Extension where users could see, synchronize and autofill their data. It allowed us to have a new native interface while sharing code with the iOS app. ... All the features we had on iPad were there, even app extensions like the Widget or the Credential Autofill, almost for free! It is one of the ...

  5. ‎Dashlane Password Manager on the App Store

    Dashlane makes it so easy to keep you passwords unique for every site, and meeting all complexity requirements. They can be sync'd across all devices, logged in using biometrics, and randomly generated using Dashlane. In many websites, they can be automatically entered by the app/extension, without little or no interaction on your part.

  6. Introducing a New Dashlane Experience for Safari

    Our extensions offer a great experience for Chrome and Firefox users, and we aimed to do the same for Safari users who want Dashlane. In 2020, we introduced Dashlane for Safari, an "app extension" in which users could see, synchronize, and autofill their Dashlane data on the Safari browser. Unfortunately, due to the way we had to build the app ...

  7. Password Manager for Safari

    Elevate your Safari experience with Dashlane. Unlock the full potential of your online adventures while keeping your credentials secure and protected. ... Dashlane is the first password manager to offer built-in, proactive phishing alerts. Now available in the Dashlane web extension. Visit our blog. questions? We're here to help.

  8. How to import passwords into Dashlane from Safari, 1Password and more

    This is super-easy to do, thanks to the browser extension you just installed. In the Dashlane Mac app, simply go to File > Import, then choose which browser you'd like to pull your passwords ...

  9. Autofill your data on iOS

    At the bottom of the Home screen, you may see the message: Log in faster with Autofill. Select Manage to go to your device settings to select Dashlane for autofill. If you don't see the message, follow these steps. You make this change on your device, not in the Dashlane app. Go into your iOS device's Settings, select Passwords, then Password ...

  10. The Ultimate Guide to Using Dashlane on Your iPhone

    Using Dashlane on an iPhone. Using Dashlane on your iPhone is easy and secure. To get started, go to the Settings app on your device, then tap Passwords & Accounts > Autofill Passwords. Enable ...

  11. We're excited to introduce the new Dashlane experience for Safari. It

    The new Dashlane app for Safari users can feel like a desktop app, but in reality, it's essentially our iOS app running alongside our Safari extension. Mac Catalyst is a way to build apps that share one common codebase and can run across iPadOS, iOS, and macOS. In that sense, we haven't built a brand new app but simply ported our iOS app to ...

  12. iOS 12: Learn How to Autofill Passwords Directly in Safari ...

    Enable in-app autofill on your device. This is the last step between you and autofill iOS bliss. Simply go into your device Settings > Passwords and Accounts > Autofill Passwords. Enable AutoFill Passwords and select Dashlane as your password manager of choice. For optimal performance, we highly recommend unselecting iCloud Keychain.

  13. Dashlane no longer is working with Safari…

    From the menu bar in Safari, choose Safari > Settings (or Preferences). Click Extensions, then deselect each extension to turn it off. Learn more about Safari extensions. If you find that an extension is causing the issue, make sure that the extension is up to date. Test with a private window.

  14. [Early Access] The new version of Dashlane for Safari : r/Dashlane

    The new version of Dashlane for Safari is available in early access, the original announcement going over the new details and why changes were made is here: The New Safari Web Extension. The new Safari Web Extension comes with a newly designed, feature-rich extension popup as well as the best Autofill capabilities that Dashlane has to offer yet ...

  15. Dashlane on Apple devices

    With our Dashlane apps, you can manage and access your logins and personal data wherever you are. You can use Dashlane on your Apple iPhone, iPad, and computer with the macOS app and Safari extension. Although you can access Dashlane on VisionOS, Autofill isn't available, and we don't currently offer support for this device.

  16. The New Safari Web Extension : r/Dashlane

    The New Safari Web Extension. With the help of all the feedback received here in the community and across all of our channels, we're happy to announce the new Dashlane Safari Web Extension will be released later this month! Enjoy all Dashlane Autofill key features and settings in a new interface that completely integrates with the Apple ecosystem.

  17. Redesigned Dashlane App for iPhone and iPad

    Introducing the brand-new Dashlane iPhone and iPad app! We've given Dashlane a complete makeover to give you a customized, seamless experience unlike anything you've ever experienced before! ... You'll also have the option to add the Dashlane extension, which gives you the freedom to use Dashlane on your iPhone and iPad in Safari, Chrome ...

  18. Safari extension can't be enabled

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  19. FAQ about Dashlane's Safari extension and macOS app

    With the Dashlane Safari extension, self-hosted SSO isn't available at this time due to Apple limitations, but you can use it through the macOS app. SSO means "single sign-on" and is typically offered to employees in a company. SSO means you use one login application to access Dashlane and your work accounts.

  20. [Safari Update] The New Safari Web Extension Migration : r/Dashlane

    After a few months of testing and gathering feedback, we're announcing that Dashlane's new Safari browser extension will now be the main experience. If you have not yet migrated to the current early access extension, a progressive rollout begins with version 6.2334 this week. Enjoy all Dashlane Autofill key features and settings plus a new ...

  21. Dashlane

    Dashlane has a free plan available for individual users, a free trial option and various B2C and B2B paid subscription plans from $2.75 upwards per user/ per month. With the Dashlane extension, you can view, copy, and generate passwords and save and autofill logins and forms as you browse the internet. Open the web app to access the full power ...

  22. Dashlane problems with Safari

    Safari extension can't be enabled Hi! There is a problem in my Safari (v13.0.5). I've tried to install Dashlane extension, everything went smoothly. However, now I can't enable it, the checkbox seems to be inactive. I've clicked on it several times - no reaction. The same with my other extensions (Adblock, Evernote etc.).