eCommerce is something that’s been around for quite some time. Buying online is relatively simple – you browse, you compare, you read reviews, and then you click this, click that, enter account information, log-in, determine which credit or debit account you want to use, then enter in all those numbers, enter your expiration date and then hunt for the CVV numbers. OY! Paying and checking out takes three to four times as long as the actual shopping. That’s why I like Dashlane. It’s a multiplatform eCommerce tool that makes buying stuff online very easy.
Dashlane puts you in the express lane no matter where you buy online. With it, you can buy in seconds and save all your purchases. Dashlane allows you to login anywhere and fill in forms in a flash. The app saves your IDs, addresses, payment info, notes and passwords securely. It allows you to access all of this important data whenever, wherever you need it; and no one – not even Dashlane – will be able to see your personal data.
More than an online shopping tool, Dashlane allows you to store addresses, phone numbers, passports, credit card info, and more in a secure vault encrypted locally on your computer, and sync them between multiple devices. All the data you enter and all the actions you take on Dashlane are entirely private, and accessible only to you – not even we can see your personal information.
Dashlane is a really cool idea. I like that it takes the best of electronic wallet apps and couples it with online purchasing, giving you the ability to securely purchase stuff without having to reenter all of your credit card information every single time you want to buy something. The fact that it allows you to sync info to your mobile devices as well as across browsers and computers (like your home and office computers) makes it a very compelling solution. The premium version gets you access to a couple of other features, but aside from support, and future features that may or may not be released or made available in your monthly or annual subscription period, it doesn’t buy you much.
This shouldn’t keep you from registering the app, though. Dashlane is amazing. You get a lot from this app for free. Supporting the dev team will help insure that the app continues to get support and will work for quite a while.