Unlimited Giveaway Dashlane - 6 Months Premium

Promotion Link
https://www.dashlane.com/cs/_nokTX-RA6B1
Instructions
Click on the link, then enter your email. After it should take you to (chrome webstore) to get the extension. After that you are all done it will take you to their web app and you will see you got 6 month premium.

peterfat111

Level 4
Mar 25, 2021
172
Dashlane 6 month premium
Features:
Dashlane Premium offers you an upgraded version of many of Dashlane's key features: An unlimited number of passwords, secure synchronization and ability to access your passwords and data on unlimited devices at the same time, and unlimited sharing of passwords and Secure Notes.
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zoran popovic

Level 4
Sep 26, 2019
171




 

entropism

Level 2
Jul 30, 2019
55
As someone who recently tested all the major PW Managers:

Dashlane is OK. Until they changed it so that it was browswer extension based and not desktop app based, people were jumping ship left and right. It's WAY too expensive for what it is, but you can get 6 months per "referral", so feel free to make a bunch of gmail accounts to get 5 years of "referral" time.

That being said, if you were looking for something free or inexpensive, BitWarden is MUCH better. If you were looking to pay $30-60/year, 1Password is much better. To me, Dashlane seems to have lost its footing as "best" years ago (like 2011), but the sponsored "reviews" keep saying it's the best out there.
 

soares

Level 1
Jan 26, 2019
10
As someone who recently tested all the major PW Managers:

Dashlane is OK. Until they changed it so that it was browswer extension based and not desktop app based, people were jumping ship left and right. It's WAY too expensive for what it is, but you can get 6 months per "referral", so feel free to make a bunch of gmail accounts to get 5 years of "referral" time.

That being said, if you were looking for something free or inexpensive, BitWarden is MUCH better. If you were looking to pay $30-60/year, 1Password is much better. To me, Dashlane seems to have lost its footing as "best" years ago (like 2011), but the sponsored "reviews" keep saying it's the best out there.

Seems like we can "only" extend up to 2 years. Still pretty good nonetheless. I've decided to try them and will most likely use them for the remaining 2 years. I had all my passwords on my google account which is pretty unsafe o_O

Thank you for your feedback
 

peterfat111

Level 4
Mar 25, 2021
172
Seems like we can "only" extend up to 2 years. Still pretty good nonetheless. I've decided to try them and will most likely use them for the remaining 2 years. I had all my passwords on my google account which is pretty unsafe o_O

Thank you for your feedback
yep I tried 2 year is the limit, but still kinda good, think about that an ok password manger for 2 yeas.
 
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