May 15, 2014 11:59 AM EDT
Keeping up with Android security is crucial. Password Management With Dashlane is convenient for users and secure. Dashlane recently upgraded the Android app version available at Google Play which includes its top-rated Android Password Manager, added Keyboard + Browser for in-app Auto-Login and Universal Auto-Fill.
Dashlane’s new Android upgrade allows users to auto-fill any web form with ease, as well as log in to any app on their device with just one click. This is made possible by the introduction of the brand new Dashlane keyboard and standalone browser. Dashlane is already the highest rated password manager in the Google Play Store and the new features make for the most complete password management experience offered on any mobile device.
The new Dashlane browser combines the full functionality of Android’s native browser with Dashlane’s award-winning auto-fill feature, enabling instant form fills on every website. Furthermore, automatic login is now available within every app with the new Dashlane keyboard – so no more typing pesky passwords. Users can improve their Android experience by setting our new browser and keyboard, both of which were built on native Android components, as the default options.
The keyboard has received rave reviews from early users who have described being “blown away” by its functionality and saying that is makes the Android UX “perfect”. Additional features in the Dashlane Android update include a revamped user interface with a new “Home” menu and an in-app password generator. All of the above features have been conveniently packed into the same install process, so users need only one download to get the full Dashlane experience.
Dashlane is tackling the universal problem of passwords by offering the world’s best password manager and digital wallet app. It provides users with a beautiful interface and a seamless way to store all of their passwords, IDs and payment information. User data is stored locally in a securely encrypted AES-256 vault and the encryption key is never recorded, stored or transmitted anywhere. The app uses tested security technology designed to allow only the user to access the data. The app is available on Mac, PC, iOS and Android and can be synced across all of these devices. Dashlane was recently selected by PC Mag as one of “ The Best Products of 2013 ”, and by CNN as one of “ The Coolest Gadgets of 2013 ”. Dashlane was founded in 2009 by Bernard Liautaud, the co-founder and former CEO of Business Objects. The company has raised $8 million to date backed by Rho Capital Ventures, FirstMark Capital as well as Mr. Liautaud. Dashlane is based in New York City and has an office in Paris, France.
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