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We’re excited to inform you that Dashlane 2.0 is here, and it’s on its way to your device! 

dashlane 2.0 on Mac

It’s the biggest update in Dashlane history. We have a new updates across the board – Mac, PC, iOS and Android – in addition to a spanking new website, and new features. Read on for details.

 Dashlane on desktop (Mac and PC) got a brand new interface.

In addition to our slick new interface, we also redesigned our security dashboard to make it even easier to see what passwords are putting you at risk. Plus, our new security score lets you instantly see your password health in a nutshell. Follow our easy tips to quickly improve your security score, and thus, your online security.

security-dashboard

We’ve also made significant improvements to our autofill, which now handles 2-step and 3-field logins, such as banks. Plus, we’ve enhanced the way Dashlane captures your purchases, giving you improved itemized receipts and screenshots of your purchases.

Dashlane for Android is packed with new features.

Our latest Android version comes packed with a brand new in-app browser that gives you all the form-filling power that you enjoy on desktop. You can now automatically log in to your accounts, autofill forms, autosave new passwords, and use our strong password generator to create new passwords on the fly.

dashlane on android
Dashlane for Android 2.0 also includes
tablet compatibility for Android (versions 2.3 and higher), so you can now have Dashlane synced to all your Android devices. The new update also includes portrait/landscape orientation to enhance your Dashlane experience.

dashlane android tablet


 2-Factor Authentication using Google Authenticator – available everywhere.

enabling google autheticator Also in this update, we’ve added compatibility with Google Authenticator on Mac, PC, iOS, and Android. Now you can add another layer of 2-factor authentication to your login, either for each time you log in to Dashlane or only when you want to authenticate a new device.

To enable additional 2-factor authentication, simply go to your security settings in the desktop app, switch it on, and follow the instructions. If you need additional help, visit our FAQ.

Our New Premium Offering
We’re introducing our new premium offering in Dashlane 2.0. It’s a whole lot clearer, and gives you our full functionality on any given device for free, so you can experience the awesome security and convenience that Dashlane provides. For $19.99 per year, Dashlane Premium subscribers can enjoy:
  • Secure backup of their data to our cloud servers
  • Automatic syncing between an unlimited number of devices
  • Web access to your logins and passwords
  • Priority user support
We have a spanking new website, too!
If you haven’t checked it out already, we have a brand new website that’s a much slicker, easier to understand, and reflects all the new changes in Dashlane. 

dashlane website 2.0

Additional changes in the app
  • At the launch of Dashlane 2.0, points officially retired. You’ve been compensated with lifetime access to all the features that you could have unlocked with your points, not to mention the new free features in this update. 
  • Badges have moved to the web-app, so you can view all of them by logging in to your account and going to “My Badges”. 
  • We’re also carrying on with our awesome referral benefits! For each friend that you refer to Dashlane, you get 6 months of Dashlane Premium for free – and so will your friend! So, same as before, you can unlock Premium for free by referring friends using your unique referral code.

It’s been a lot of hard work to pull all of this together, and we hope you enjoy the new update. More details on our 2.0 update are available in the release notes on our website

Share your thoughts on the update in the comments – we’d love to hear your feedback! Enjoy the update, and thanks for supporting Dashlane!  

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In our Link Roundup we will be sharing the articles of the week that got our attention, sparked our interest, or got us thinking. Most of these articles will be about e-Commerce, Startup Life, Security, and Efficiency.

Data Security & Privacy Global Insights | Visually

RSA: Five Top Internet Security Threats in 2012 | Notebook Review

11 Tips for E-Commerce Demo Videos That Drive Conversion | ReelSeo

How Frictionless Sharing–i.e. using Facebook– Could Undermine Your Legal Right to Privacy | The Atlantic

Adult site DigitalPlayground Hacked: Credit Card Info on 40K Exposed | Threat Post

DataViz Tool Shows You Gaping Holes In Your Password Security | FastCo Design

 

 

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In our Link Roundup we will be sharing the articles of the week that got our attention, sparked our interest, or got us thinking. Most of these articles will be about e-Commerce, Startup Life, Security, and Efficiency.

40 Checkout Page Strategies to Improve Conversion Rates | KissMetrics

New ‘Flashback’ trojan swipes Mac passwords | MSNBC

33% of Smartphone Owners Password-Protect Devices: Study | MobileMarketer

Facebook Shopping Apathy? Smart Plays on F-Commerce | Forbes

The Post PC Future: Where Microsoft & Apple are driving us | InfoWorld

 

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In our Link Roundup we will be sharing the articles of the week that got our attention, sparked our interest, or got us thinking. Most of these articles will be about e-Commerce, Startup Life, Security, and Efficiency.

Password Purgatory – Are we Ever Going to Get Passwords Right? | Security Week

Dashlane Securely Manages Passwords, Form info, and Even Purchases for you | lifehacker

Dashlane is Your Personal Internet Assistant, An Alternative to Lastpass | Addictive Tips

17 Tips for Improving Website Conversion | Digital Telepathy

The Funniest Comics About Our Crappy Passwords | Gizmodo

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I’ve been working in the computer science and Internet industry for a few years now. I’ve built and witnessed the launch of many Internet applications and services. For a long time, and even after the Internet bubble popped, the software and Internet industries were the El Dorado for new entrepreneurs and business challengers. Yet, I feel like we are currently living through a new critical turn; there has been a real perceptible change in our habits and attitude toward information.

Generally speaking, this change can been seen in entertainment and services due to the arrival of the iPhone and of smartphones. Of course, you could still use a phone that is only a phone, but I feel that one day soon, anyone who uses a phone will also have Internet access and applications interacting with the web.

This process likely won’t be complete for another few years, but still the key point for this great change is that the Internet will be available in your pocket in 2 seconds without booting a conventional machine. This has already opened the way to great applications, amazingly wonderful services, and new ways of acting.

The market for smartphone applications is really growing.  The consumer need for such services is also here.  It is not an artificial new habit that talented marketers have made-up. Internet demands and use cases will be transferred from our computers to our phones, and will add up to an already old bunch of expectations from geeky daydreamers. Because Internet and physical hardware has grown, today we don’t just build small toy applications — we can also deliver great, consistent applications with powerful results for users.

At Dashlane, we are in the process of porting our application to mobile platforms. This will be GREAT.

It will be smart, powerful, and breathtaking.

We already have some wonderful ideas for it. The entire team is looking forward to using Dashlane on iPhone, iPad, and Android.

Stay tuned…

(Photo Credit: Flickr)

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