Dashlane is a password manager which uses 256-bit AES encryption to securely store passwords and other private data. Browser plug-ins for Safari, Firefox and Chrome enable you to generate secure passwords and save them, autofill those you’ve already saved, and automatically fill out forms. Unlike 1Password,
Dashlane lacks a menu bar icon, so you’ll either have to open the app
or a browser to access Dashlane’s features and data.
In addition to logins, Dashlane can store payment data (credit card numbers and bank account details), secure notes, and receipts.
In addition, its bold, bright dashboard leaves you in no doubt as to the integrity of your data.
You’ll have to pay £20.99 per year if you want to sync passwords between your Mac and iOS devices. If not, Dashlane is free and a match for 1Password.