Dashlane 4 Makes Changing Passwords On Hacked Sites Easier, Adds A New Interface

Windows/OS X/Android/iOS: Dashlane is one of our favourite password managers, and today the service updated with a new, consistent interface across all devices; an updated “password changer” that lets you change passwords on a site without even visiting it and new languages.

The new interface may not look drastically different on the face, but there are new view options, sorting options to help you quickly find (and change) the passwords you need to get to and clearer labels and menus that make it easy to get to the information you need, whether it’s encrypted notes, specific passwords, saved purchases or something else.

Similarly, the Password Changer feature that lets you change a site’s password — or dozens of passwords — from inside the app now supports hundreds more sites. That means if a site is breached, you can just tell Dashlane to change the password for you and store it — you don’t have to fight all the people trying to visit the site and find the “Forgot Password?” button.

There are a few other useful features too, including support for five new languages in all of the apps, support for more saved payment options, and an improved sign-up process that helps you get started with the app faster than before. It’s still free for one device, and $US40 ($57)/yr for a premium account that unlocks all features and syncs across all devices. Hit the link below to read more.


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