Dashlane’s new $3.99 password manager plan is cheaper but might not beat free

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Dashlane has introduced a new $3.99 per month Essentials plan for its password manager that offers some of the most popular features from its $6.49 per month Premium plan at a more affordable price. But the lower price comes with a catch — you might not be able to access your passwords on as many devices as you’d like.

Like Dashlane’s Premium plans, the new Essentials offers unlimited passwords, the ability to generate new passwords on the fly, autofill, and access to Dashlane’s Secure Notes feature for storing private text. You won’t have access to Premium features like dark web monitoring, Dashlane’s VPN, or, crucially, support for more than two devices.

That means you’ll have to pick where you access your passwords — likely your…

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Article originally published https://www.theverge.com/2021/4/29/22409780/dashlane-essentials-plan-less-expensive-unlimited-passwords

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