Nowadays, it's not uncommon for users to have a host of different accounts online. From your social media pages to your email and shopping accounts, you likely manage many different logins, and, if you're responsible, you're securing each of them with their own unique passwords.

While doing so is a solid way to keep your accounts safe, keeping track of all those credentials can get difficult - unless you're using Dashlane Password Manager.

Earning 5/5 stars from PC Mag and named App of the Year by both Apple and Google, Dashlane is a password manager that arms your accounts with secure passwords and memorizes them, so you can access your accounts faster and safer.

Premium subscriptions are on sale with 1-year plans going for US$19.98.

Featuring a patented security architecture, accurate autofill, and an instant password generator and changer, Dashlane delivers both security and convenience when it comes to accessing your accounts online.

You can generate strong, unique passwords for your accounts with a single click and store them in Dashlane's military-encrypted vault for safekeeping. 

Dashlane also allows you to securely store and autofill payment information for faster checkout when you're shopping online.

Plus, Dashlane offers optional two-factor authentication for added security, and you can also set up an emergency contact to inherit your passwords in the event of an accident and share unlimited passwords and secure notes with trusted users. 

Lastly, Dashlane also automatically syncs across all your devices, so you can rest easy knowing your passwords are always with you.

Dashlane subscriptions are on sale for a limited time. You can sign up for a one-year plan today for US$19.98, saving half-off the usual US$39.96 retail price.

You can also save when you subscribe to a three-year plan for US$59.94 or a five-year plan for US$99.90.

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