Dashlane today announced an update to its existing iPhone app alongside the launch of an all-new Apple Watch experience, both of which bring the service's one-tap password changing feature from desktop to Apple's mobile and wearable devices.

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Dashlane unveiled the Password Changer feature late last year for the desktop, which allowed users to change multiple passwords at once so they can more easily update their password info if any of their data is ever breached. Today's updates extend that sense of security for Dashlane users to iPhone and Apple Watch, which the company says is completely unique to the service.

Earlier this year, we introduced the first ever automatic Password Changer on Dashlane for desktop. And now, Dashlane is the first password manager to let you change multiple passwords with one tap when you’re on the go. In fact, we’re the only password manager that can offer this exclusive feature, because our engineers and design team have been dedicated for years to building a secure, full-featured password manager that you can use anywhere. Password Changer on Apple Watch and iPhone brings all the power of this time-saving security feature to your fingertips . . . and your wrist.

Alongside this new feature, the iPhone and Apple Watch Dashlane experiences both allow users to copy and paste passwords from one device to another and use voice search to more quickly parse through passwords. A caveat for Password Changer is that not every website supports the feature, which began with over 70 at launch and has grown to about 180 today. The update to the Dashlane iOS app [Direct Link] will begin rolling out today, and should appear on the Apple Watch automatically for users who have automatic downloads turned on.

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Top Rated Comments

ck2875 Avatar
112 months ago
Or you can get Dashlane (www.dashlane.com ('http://www.dashlane.com')) and enjoy this industry-unique feature today!
I tried Dashlane. Didn't like the UI and syncing across devices cost $40/year. I think I'll stick with 1Password and enjoy the industry-unique feature of not being pressured into paying for a yearly subscription.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
T-Will Avatar
112 months ago
Looking forward to 1Password adding this feature. :)
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Glassed Silver Avatar
112 months ago
I tried Dashlane. Didn't like the UI and syncing across devices cost $40/year. I think I'll stick with 1Password and enjoy the industry-unique feature of not being pressured into paying for a yearly subscription.
This.

To a novice computer user this is basically holding them ransom.

With stuff like this you want a clear-cut exit strategy, in the case of yearly billing for sync across devices that means, for me, not to even try it.

Glassed Silver:mac
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