While Dashlane achieves the primary purpose of a password management app in its security, it also alleviates the headache of password overload.

The app cuts down log-in redundancy with auto-login and autofill, and its secure digital wallet stores sensitive banking information for easy access while online shopping.

The convenience doesn’t sacrifice security though, with Dashlane using industry-standard encryption to protect data and offering multiple options for data storage. The company’s master password feature also protects data if a device is lost, and auto-locks and PIN locks that information after inactivity.

Dashlane’s subscription pricing model is pricier than some of its competitors (though free on a single device), but the company continues to push unique new features, like password changer, which enables users to change all their passwords with a single click. That functionality, currently in beta, has yet to come to the mobile app but its desktop PC and Mac versions work with more than 75 major websites. 

Dashlane is available for iOS and Android.  

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