v4.6 [2 Sep 2016]
May include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
v4.5 [2 Jun 2016]
Separate work and personal items in Dashlane with Spaces.
A brand new Admin Console for Dashlane Business users! Easily manage employee logins and access. Review the security of your employees and enforce strong password policies through one intuitive console.
v3.0 [7 Jul 2014]
- Added a Sharing Center in the main menu. Easily and securely share passwords and notes with other users. Manage shared items and access levels. Updates to shared items sync automatically between users.
- Add Emergency Contacts - Make sure essential passwords can be temporarily accessed by co-workers or loved ones in case of emergency.
- A complete redesign and enhanced UI.
- Added a "View Password History" setting, so you can keep track of old passwords. Available under Tools > Password History.
- Added a setting to refresh the icons in your Password list. Available under Tools > Refresh Website Icons
- Added a button to select all items in a category in a click
- Quick-action buttons are displayed when you mouse over credentials in the app
- A better visual experience for high DPI screens on Windows
- Improved: Major enhancements to speed and performance
v2.4 [19 Jan 2014]
- Dashlane is now available in Spanish
- A new setting to disable receipt capture
- A new option to require your master password when using a login on the web
- You can now save your master password in Keychain
- Improved: Stability improvements with browse extensions
v2.3 [22 Nov 2013]
We have some exciting updates in today’s release of Desktop Version 2.3.2!
First on the list: Dashlane speaks Spanish now! Teaching Dashlane a new language is no simple task and takes more than just translating our app…and our website, emails, etc. In total, we translated over 50,000 words and taught our semantic engine Spanish – it’s what makes our autofill and autologin features such super time-savers. So we’re not just giving you Dashlane in Spanish, but the the complete Dashlane experience en Español! ;)
If you’re on PC, you can enable Spanish by going to Tools > Preferences > Advanced > and changing your language. For Mac, Android, and iOS devices, it’s dependant on your operating system settings. If you use your device in Spanish, you’ll be prompted to run Dashlane in Spanish when you update.
Also new in today’s release, Dashlane is fully compatible with Internet Explorer 11 (64 bit) and Windows 8.1 – you won’t want to miss that!
Plus, we have some new settings that you requested. Here’s how they work:
Disabling receipt capture
In the app, simply visit your preferences and the ‘General’ tab. Deselect ‘Ask to save receipt during checkout’. Now, when you make purchases, you’ll no longer get the prompt for saving receipts.
Require master password before using a credential
To add an extra barrier to your more sensitive logins, set Dashlane to require your master password before autofilling your credentials on the web. Visit that credential in the app, and check ‘Always require master password’, and you’re all set.
Lastly, and as some of you have already noticed, we got a new icon! We think it fits our new look and feel after 2.0. Our lead designer is going to share more on that later, so stay tuned!
v1.0 [17 Apr 2012]
New multiple identities feature: Now you can save different “identities” meaning you can store names, birth-dates, and more for family and friends you often handle online transactions for.
Added “Ms.” as a title option: A simple fix that goes far — practically and philosophically!
Improved memory performance: Dashlane should work faster than ever before, while also draining far less system memory, as you do anything from auto-logging in to a website to storing your online shopping.
Firefox 12 compatibility: This is just the latest of new browsers we’re working to make work with Dashlane.
Ability to hide the impala icon: Many of you said you find the impala icon a little intrusive and distracting so now you have the option to hide if if you’d like!
Automatic updates: You don’t have to do anything, just sit back, relax, and Dashlane will update itself when there’s a new release.
Improved semantic analysis: We worked hard to address 62 auto-fill issues reported on several websites. Notable sites we now support better are YouTube, Bloomberg, Dropbox, NewEgg, and the Apple Store.
Browser bug fixes: Several issues affecting stability on Safari were fixed; also addressed were the missing Dashlane impala icons in fields on Chrome. We also fixed 18 other browser-related issues of all kinds.
Credential-related fixes: We’ve made it easier to edit your credentials. We further fixed 15 bugs related to issues affecting everything from our key auto-login feature to the unnecessary truncation of web addresses.
Better purchase recognition: We addressed 32 bugs here; we’d like to highlight that PayPal transactions are now correctly recorded.
Mobile apps: Coming very, very soon to iOS and Android. We promise.