Dear Dashlane Users,
Do you remember the last time you spent time manually signing into an app on your iOS device? Probably not, unless you recently got a new iPhone or iPad and had to re-install all of your apps.
At one point or another, we’ve forgotten a password to a mobile app and had to go through the process of tapping “Forgot Password,” opening your email account, following the “Reset Password” link, creating a new password, resetting your password, and re-entering that password into your phone…talk about a headache!
Forgetting a password to an app, combined with the process of resetting your password on an iPhone or iPad is cumbersome. Luckily, Dashlane can safely store and quickly auto-fill your passwords into supported iPhone and iPad apps! That means you can continue to Slack with your co-workers, order lunch with Caviar, and check on your flight status with FlightAware in a few taps, and without worrying about forgetting your password!
Happy World Password Day! As one of the leading password managers in the industry, the Dashlane team is excited to participate in the global celebration to remind consumers and businesses to change and protect their passwords. I’m sure you’re going to read countless blog posts, news articles, infographics, security roundups, and other materials on how
You’ve probably seen password managers advertised on tech blogs and magazines, security forums, digital ads, etc. and immediately thought:
“That’s a goldmine for hackers!”
“Is this thing really safe and secure?”
“Why would I put all my passwords in a third-party app?”
I hear you! You have every right to learn exactly why you can trust any app that asks to store your passwords and private personal information. Let’s take some time to address your concerns about password managers.
For those who have absolutely no idea what a password manager is, how it works, or worry that the government is looking for a way to spy on you, I wrote this blog post just for you!
Let’s get right to it!