Windows/Mac: Dashlane, one of our favourite password managers, just took the wraps off its latest version. Dashlane 3 now features emergency contacts who can access your passwords if you’re unable to, secure password sharing for teams or families, and it’s even lighter on system resources than ever.
I’ve been testing the Dashlane 3 beta for a week or so now, and the speed improvements are quite welcome — the app’s recent updates had made it a bit more memory-intensive, so it’s nice to see that trimmed back in the newset update. Secure password sharing is a huge feature, and is great for those folks who share media accounts.
Dashlane’s new emergency contacts allow you to make sure your loved ones can get access to your online accounts in case something happens to you. Setting up your emergency contacts now can make things easier later.
The update is available now to all users, and existing users will get the update automatically. Dashlane is free to download and use, but features like cross-device syncing require a $US30/year Premium account to use. Hit the link below to learn more.
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