We Recommend: Dashlane – Secure Password Manager and Personal Data Vault (Video)

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  • 26 Aug 2012
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  • Given the large number of accounts most of us create at a rapid pace while on the internet, it is advised to store our account infos  a passwords in a safe place. There are plenty of apps on the Play Store to help you organize your accounts data. Dashlane is a recent addition and it claims to be “the most secure password manager and personal data vault available.”


    Dashlane is a secure password manager and personal data vault using AES-256 a military-grade encryption for storing your most sensitive information. The app is also available for PC’s making it highly convenient to view your stored accounts info no matter where you are. To use the app you will need to download and install the PC version. They will provide a link for downloading instructions. Once you’re done you will need to create an account. Only through that account you can log-in to the Android app and start inputting your data. This method may seem annoying for some but it is highly useful given the fact that the data is synced between PC and Android.

    The Android app uses a very clean and easy to configure UI. You can input your account details for all your different services. There is a dedicated search bar if you need to find something and lists are also sorted alphabetically. You use a custom PIN number to access the app and it has the ability to automatically fill all the forms that require this information, enabling instant logins and checkouts universally across the web. Check out the demo video below:


    Dashlane can be downloaded for Free on the Play Store.

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      I have tried other password manager app and it works but don’t like the UI. I want to try this one and its UI looks good.

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