This app means you only have to remember one password across all of your devices and accounts

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Most people these days have several online accounts that they use every day, from email to shopping to social sites.

And if you’re smart about security, each of them should have their own unique password. While there’s nothing wrong with having multiple logins, the reality is that keeping track of all of your passwords can be a challenge — and using the same password over and over, or writing them out, is outright dangerous. That’s why password managers are an essential tool for the everyday user, and while there are plenty on the market, few have you covered like Dashlane.

A one-stop security solution, Dashlane boasts patented security architecture, the most accurate autofill, and an instant password generator and changer, giving you bulletproof passwords while allowing you to quickly log in to your accounts. It’s available on all platforms and browsers and lets you instantly log into any website, make digital payments, securely store vital personal data, and more.

Premium subscriptions to Dashlane typically retail for $51 AUD [$40 USD], but you can sign up today for only $25 AUD [$20 USD], saving half off the usual price.

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