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Dashlane Premium 50% off for new customers (YMMV for existing customers) $20

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You can get a 1, 3 or 5 year subscription for $20/year:

https://deals.gdgt.com/sales/dash...bscription

As an existing user, that specific promotion wasn't available for me. Also, my yearly bill is $29.99 instead of $39.99 - probably a grandfathered price?

Anyway, when I went into my account settings (My Account > Account Summary) and clicked on Extend Premium Now. I was offered the same rate as the new user rate from the above promotion for a 5 year extension - $99.99 for 5 years. It just displayed it to me as a 33% savings, but still came out to $20/year.
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Any idea how this compares to Lastpass? Never used dashlane, or older ones like roboform. Lastpass has worked great for android and web for me. Since the android app went free, never really looked into anything else.
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I've only ever used Dashlane, so I can't really compare. I've used it on iOS and now Android, along with the desktop version for PC.

On PC and Android, it works great and is easy to use. I just recently switched to an Android and was amazed at how much better it was on it than it was on iOS - maybe I just wasn't using the right browser app, but I tried Safari, Chrome, Firefox and Dolphin and all of them were slow and clunky to use. On Android I use Chrome, and it's just as convenient as it is on PC.

I use Dashlane along with my older parents/parents-in-law. It has a handy feature that lets us share passwords and information securely, which helps me keep track of their various bills and accounts that need managing. I think like any other password manager, once you get invested into one, the idea of moving to another is daunting, especially if you have to do it with multiple accounts.
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I've only ever used Dashlane, so I can't really compare. I've used it on iOS and now Android, along with the desktop version for PC.

On PC and Android, it works great and is easy to use. I just recently switched to an Android and was amazed at how much better it was on it than it was on iOS - maybe I just wasn't using the right browser app, but I tried Safari, Chrome, Firefox and Dolphin and all of them were slow and clunky to use. On Android I use Chrome, and it's just as convenient as it is on PC.

I use Dashlane along with my older parents/parents-in-law. It has a handy feature that lets us share passwords and information securely, which helps me keep track of their various bills and accounts that need managing. I think like any other password manager, once you get invested into one, the idea of moving to another is daunting, especially if you have to do it with multiple accounts.
Since you are sharing it does this work like a family plan? Where each member has their own account and passwords, then share passwords between accounts?
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No official family plan that I know of, everyone needs their own account.

You can share with people you trust, even if they aren't Dashlane members through an encrypted message. I haven't tried sharing with anyone who doesn't have Dashlane though, so I can't comment on whether or not it requires a Dashlane installation or if they handle it through a limited feature web app. But you can allow the recipient to have limited or full access rights to the information you share, which is nice for managing accounts - limited is good to just grant someone access without edit rights, but the full access lets someone make changes to the Dashlane entry, which is good when fixing login issues (accidental password resets, etc).
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This one is also dead. $29.99 instead of $20.00
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